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Scarce 1976 Datsun 280z Coupe 2 Owners Tucson Az Home Super Low Miles Rust Free on 2040-cars

US $7,900.00
Year:1976 Mileage:65000

Flagstaff, Arizona, United States

Flagstaff, Arizona, United States


1976 DATSUN 280Z -  2 owners form new - Tucson Arizona Z - no rust! - lovingly owned, maintained and serviced - Stored Climate controlled garage - Starts, drives and brakes well - 65,031 original miles- original interior - recent restoration repaint in light blue metallic - 100% working air conditioning blows ICE COLD - she could be driven anywhere!

Beautiful  condition, both body and mechanically. Has been kept in a climate-controlled garage and driven regularly. Scarce 5 speed transmission, fuel injected, straight 6, excellent tires, interior has one small crack in the original dash, still original driver's seats are in amazing condition - actually works air-conditioning needs recharging, all gauges and lights function (clock does not), beautiful light blue metallic paint - looks stunning -  no dents, no accidents and zero rust, no leaks, doesn't burn oil, regular maintenance has been performed, starts every time first try, gets great gas mileage

Clean and clear & open title - not taxes - Call to arrange an appointment to visit, view and test drive. Give Greg a jingle at (313) 414. 3540

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