The original Datsun 240Z was a nicely styled 2-seater from the land of the rising sun. It combined the basic sportiness of a unibody chassis with MacPherson struts up front and an independent coil spring (upper Chapman struts, lower wishbones) rear with a 2.4 liter inline-6 that split the difference between 4-cylinder zippiness and V8 grumbliness. However…there are times when you might want that V8 torque and this next example has been transformed into a real pony car. Find this 1970 Datsun 240Z offered for $11995 in Bellevue, WA via craigslist. Tip from JB1025.
From the seller:
1970 datsun 240z
cylinders: 8 cylinders
paint color: yellow
title status: clean
Rare opportunity to purchase a 1970 Datsun 240Z hot rod.
Car was stripped to bare metal and painted with Titanium Dioxide corrosion resistant primer and acrylic enamel in 1992.
Motor is 1965 Ford small block 289 V8 bored 0.060 over with Crane roller rockers, Edelbrock hi-rise intake, Carter 625 cfm 4bbl carb. Ford C4 automatic transmission. Dual exhaust.
Less than 20,000 miles on motor which was also rebuilt when the car was painted.
Car is currently garaged out of town, so it may take a week or more to set up an appointment.
Car has no emblems, but I saved the original emblems and also have some new old stock emblems never installed.
Also a few other spares. Parts sold only with car.
Local buyers only. Cash only.
Absolutely No Trades.
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