1974 Datsun 260z Central U.s.a. Location "nebraska" on 2040-cars
Amherst, Nebraska, United States
I HAVE OWNED THE Z FOR 2 YEARS. ITS A GREAT DAILY DRIVER. I WILL GIVE YOU AS MUCH INFO AS I CAN ON THIS VERY DECENT 260Z. I DRIVE THE CAR DURING SUMMER,SPRING & FALL.ROUND TRIP 35 TO 75 MILES. I HAVE PUT ABOUT 12,000 MILE ON IT. THE CAR WAS TOTALY RESTORED INC. ENGINE IN ABOUT 1990. I HAVE PUT SOME WORK INTO IT. NEW BRAKE ROTORS - 1 NEW BRAKE DRUM - NEW BRAKE AND CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDERS - NEW CLUTCH SLAVE - NEW REAR BRAKE CYLINDERS - NEW TIRES - NEW WIND SCREEN - NEW IPOD PLAYER UNDER THE PASS SEAT - NEW AIR CLEANER. THE CAR USES NO OIL BUT THE VALVE COVER GASKET NEEDS CHANGED. SHIFTS GREAT. DRIVES GREAT AND GETS 25 MPG. THERE IS VIRTUALLY NO RUST ON THE CAR. SEE PICS. THE POWER ANTENA EVEN WORKS.CLOCK NO.. THE BAD NEWS. THE TAC JUMPS AROUND. NEEDS BALAST RESISTOR. HEAD LINER NEEDS TO BE PUT BACK INTO THE CAR. MINOR UJOINT SLAP. NEEDS A PAINT JOB TO REALLY MAKE IT POP. MINOR BODY WORK.RF BUMPER BRACKET.U GET OWNERS MAN,ORIG TOOLS, NEW STARTER WHATEVER ELSE I HAVE FOR THE CAR. IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS PLEASE FEEL FREE TO ASK. GOOD LUCK
On Nov-24-13 at 13:08:16 PST, seller added the following information:
I ALSO HAVE THE ORIGINAL DATSUN FACRORY WORK SHOP MANUAL. THE RADIO AND IPOD UNIT NEEDS SPEAKERS.
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Wed, 05 Feb 2014 16:59:00 EST
Nissan's plan for its reborn Datsun sub-brand just got a shot in the arm, as the emerging-market manufacturer has unveiled its first concept car since its resurrection back in 2012. Called the Redi-Go Concept, it looks like a high-riding version of Datsun's recently launched Go hatchback that's been fitted with a few concept car cues (not a bad thing).
Tue, 28 Jan 2014 19:58:00 EST
The Redi-Go packs LED taillights, Datsun's "D-cut grille" and LED running lights into its Go-inspired body. Funky two-tone 15-inch wheels add a bit of cheek to the overall design, and in our minds look quite good, despite being so small. The ruggedized front and rear bumpers, as well as the sill and wheel arch surrounds add to the Redi-Go's rough-and-tumble aesthetic. We like that Datsun has kept the overall package short, giving the Redi-Go a 92.5-inch wheelbase, rather than creating a lifted version of the upcoming Go+. There are no specific mentions of the Redi-Go's mechanicals, although we'd wager that a production model might share the 1.2-liter engine and five-speed manual found in the standard Go.
While it might be easy to dismiss a concept like the Redi-Go in America, there's no denying its importance to the Indian market, which is decidedly more limited when it comes to available bodystyles. "If we were to make a car like Datsun Redi-Go Concept it would be a segment creator in India, an aspirational car that at the same time is attainable, a car that would be within reach of the first time buyer. This concept shows how serious we are about reinvigorating the market by catering for the needs of a growing class of Indians who have the chance to own a family car that will enable them to enjoy a new sense of independence," said Vincent Cobee, the global head of Datsun.
A quiet drive in the country can be the most relaxing thing in the world. What if it didn't have to end, and you could keep driving for a week, a month or even a whole year? That's what Scott Fisher is doing by taking a one-year sabbatical from work and driving his 1967 Datsun Fairlady Roadster around North America.
Tue, 08 Apr 2014 07:59:00 EST
"I had owned a manufacturing business in Las Vegas for 16 years. I knew I needed to kinda' get out, and unwind, and get my mojo back," said Fisher.
Fisher's trip has covered over 30,000 miles through 44 states and 7 Canadian Provinces, and it is not over yet. He left from his home in Las Vegas, NV, last spring and drove to the Pacific. From there, he drove up the coast to the Canadian border and aimed the car for the Atlantic. He just posted on his blog about visiting the Nissan headquarters and museum in Franklin, TN, and his next stops are Mississippi and New Orleans, LA.
When Nissan revived the Datsun brand name, it essentially hit the "undo" button on the rebranding it undertook decades ago. But this time, the Datsun name is being used solely as a budget brand for developing markets. The reborn marque launched in India this past July with its Go hatchback, returned in September with the Go+ minivan and revealed the Redi-Go concept just last month. And now it's back again with the new On-Do sedan.
Launched in Moscow by CEO Carlos Ghosn, the On-Do was designed and engineered in Japan specifically for the Russian market - Nissan's fifth largest worldwide - where it will be built at the AvtoVaz plant in Togliatti. Decidedly budget-oriented, the Datsun On-Do is a four-door, five-seat econo-box measuring 172 inches long, 67 inches wide and 60 inches tall with an 18.7 cubic-foot trunk which Datsun describes as class-leading. Punctuating an otherwise bland shape is a large front grille and lighting front and rear that looks (and very well might be) bigger than the wheels.
Not that the Datsun On-Do needs a big contact patch to transfer power to the road: motivation is provided by a 1.6-liter engine with a grand total of - wait for it... wait a little longer - 87 horsepower. Which might strike you as a reasonable amount of muscle, considering the 400,000 rubles Datsun is getting for the On-Do (but consider that translates to about $11,300). That's a couple grand more than what Nissan gets for the Micra in that other giant northern country, or about the same amount it gets for the Versa in the US (which sells in Russia for 499k in rubles) - both of which are powered by what is in all likelihood the same 1.6-liter four but producing 109 hp. Of course Russia has different tax rates than the United States or Canada, but with such little power, the Datsun would fall into Russia's lowest tax bracket.