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Nissan 280zx Deluxe Edition on 2040-cars

Year:1983 Mileage:219000
Location:

Corryton, Tennessee, United States

Corryton, Tennessee, United States

nissan  datsun 280zx 1983 deluxe model 5 spd automatic a/c (courrently not working) 
i  rebulit the engine it only have 1000 miles 
the radio is working 
wipers working 
electric windows working
all gauges and digital tach perfectly working 
rear wiper and rear defrost working 
electric mirrors working and driver side defrost mirror is working 
all lights working (headlights turning lights marker side and reverse lights)
all buttons and switches are working 
new parts
alternator 
water pump 
radiator 
stage 2 clutch 
clutch slave cyl and master cyl 
racing style seats 
headlights
the only  reason  to sell it its because i have to get done some payments i now it looks like its falling apart but all the drive train works perfect no problems new rack and pinion i  been  working on  3 years  it comes with the factory wheels needs two front tires  and needs to be painted its all what it needs as far as i know  i  have all the rest of the plastics and a lot of extra parts no  modifications except for the seats  i  replace the floor panels its ready to drive unless you  want to paint it the ac is not working but i  have the wiring diagrams and ac book service (copy) $500 dlrs deposit the rest when  you  come get  
THIS CAR  is sold in AS IS and WHERE IS condition with all faults known and unknown, described or not described.  Should there be ANY mechanical issues discovered after the purchase of the vehicle there will be no recourse offered by the Seller.  The Buyer will be 100% responsible for any problems discovered after the vehicle leaves the lot.  Seller makes NO warranties as to the condition of any vehicle.  Descriptions and photos contained herein may not be accurate and buyer is 100% responsible for inspecting the vehicle prior to bidding.  NO REFUNDS will be given on any purchased vehicle under any circumstances.  ALL SALES ARE FINAL!
for more information  and pictures send me a message .... DO NOT BID IF YOU  DONT HAVE THE MONEY  thnx and happy  bidding 

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Meet the man who took a year sabbatical to drive his 1967 Datsun Fairlady Roadster

Tue, 28 Jan 2014

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.
"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.

Nissan IDx Nismo and IDx Freeflow concepts are a bridge to the Datsun 510

Wed, 20 Nov 2013

We're not sure if someone from The Adjustment Bureau stopped by Nissan's PR department to explain the IDx Nismo and IDx Freeflow concepts, but the company's odd press release can't diminish our love for these two show favorites. We had been told to look out for an unnamed Datsun 510 BRE homage, and once we saw the brothers IDx, we knew we'd found them. But the press release doesn't mention anything about the Datsun 510 Brock Racing Enterprises, nor does it mention one Mr. Peter Brock, the man who won two Trans-Am championships in the Seventies for the nascent Japanese budget brand.
Instead, it declares that the cars were the result of a co-creation product development process with "digital natives," said natives being the whippersnappers born after 1990. Nissan says it worked with the young'uns to create two different expressions of "their desire for a basic, authentic configuration for a car." If that's true, it appears that what the kiddies really want are... two different homages to the Datsun 510 BRE that Peter Brock used to win two championships in the seventies for the nascent Japanese brand.
The IDx Freeflow - the "ID" is for "identification," the "x" is "the variable representing the new values and dreams born through communication" - takes the casual approach, with a light khaki exterior hue, a minimalist interior decked out in denim and a console shifter that works a continuously variable transmission. The IDx Nismo is out for blood, from its crimson interior to its five-point harness to its bolt-on flares and sidepipes. We aren't told what the digital natives requested for powerplants, but that's alright; if this is what "co-creation" looks like, we're not entirely against it except where that "CVT" is involved.

37K miles in a 1967 Datsun Roadster

Tue, 11 Mar 2014

When we think of comfy, long-distance road cars, there are a few obvious choices. A Mercedes-Benz S-Class, Bentley Continental GT or, assuming fuel efficiency isn't paramount, a Range Rover are all good options for a road trip. But what if that road trip was 37,000 miles? Maybe something more reliable but still comfortable, then, like a Honda Accord. What about a 1967 Datsun Roadster?
As insane as it sounds, Scott Fisher is doing just that, running a Datsun 1600 Roadster across North America and racking up 13,500 miles in his first three months on the road. His total journey will see him pile over 37,000 miles on his red convertible. The car is lightly modified, but most of the work is for the sake of reliability and comfort, with a five-speed manual 'box, an upgraded radiator and electronic ignition.
Fisher's trip hasn't been all smooth, with a few typical bits of trouble. He also ran into some deer in Utah, quite literally, clipping one of the animals, which delivered quite a bit of damage to the passenger's front fender (hence the rear three-quarter view in our lead shot). Still, the car seems to be holding up well, as shown in this latest video from Petrolicious.