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1972 Datsun Z-series 240z on 2040-cars

US $22,700.00
Year:1972 Mileage:360 Color: Red /
 Black
Location:

Newport Beach, California, United States

Newport Beach, California, United States

Feel free to email: winifredwddepena@britishtalent.org .

1972 Datsun 240z drag/street legal car, only one in the world and real head turn. This car was completely restored in 2011 and you can not find any used parts through entire car, not even a small nuts and bolts.

-Engine

1. 388cid Small Block Chevrolet 4 bolt billet splayed main caps
2. All ARP fasteners
3. 7qt pan
4. Dart 215 aluminum heads, roller cam setup
5. Ceramic coated Super Victor Manifold intake
6. Fluidyne balancer
7. Roller rockers & stud girdle
8. Moroso Vacuum Pump
9. Power Master Alternator
10. MSD 7al-3 ignition, MSD billet distributer, MSD pro power coil with MSD stree fire spark plug wires with stainless wire seperators
11. Triple chromed brackets and fabricated chrome valve covers
12. 4 core aluminum radiator & electric fans ARC flat touch switch panel
13. Weather pack connections used where applicable.

Entire car has been wired very meticulously throughout and all lights, blinkers, reverse lights etc. works.

-Transmission

14. Power-glide transmission with aftermarket SFI bell housing & aluminum deep trans pan, trans-brake
15. Electric shift valve-body
16. Little wizard delay box
17. Braided cooling lines ran in the frame rails exiting in front radiator support into cooler. Very clean installation.
18. Billet oil & transmission dip stick
19. Dana 44 Rear-end with mini spool/ 373 gears
20. Aluminum rear end cover
21. Ladder bar setup
22. 31 splined Moser axles

-Brakes, suspensionsand and etc.

23. Wilwood brakes
24. $3500 spent on converting front of car to 5 lugs and larger disc brakes
25. One off Stock location Koni drag struts
26. Weld alumastar 2.0 fronts & bogart bead locks on the rear
27. Custom billet aluminum battery hold down with Z insignia
28. Ceramic coated hooker super comp headers
29. Single chamber flow master mufflers ran to the rear end
30. Hurst quarter stick shifter
31. All silver face auto-meter gauges with speedo & fuel gauge
32. Throttle stop controller TSC-2
33.Corbeau seats with simpson harness
34. Interior is very close to perfect
35. Sound deadener through out on the floor & fully carpeted with head liner
36. Paint is flawless and straight color matched roll cage
37. Custom aluminum fuel tank and fuel neck in stock locations
38. All stainless steel braided fuel lines, radiator hoses are top quality braided hose, stainless & braided brake lines
39. All stainless steel fasteners under hood, very detailed

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