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1971 240z LT1 Project (TX)

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78zstyle    0

With a heavy heart, I'm putting my Z up for sale.

 

I'm in no rush to sell it, but I just don't have the time or resources to work on it. 

 

Currently has a 0 miles rebuilt LT1 with Y body heads. I have the alternator, front accessory bracket, a couple of water pumps. 

 

Differential is a 4.11 r200. 

 

Suspension is tokico hps and tokico lowering springs. 

 

It comes with a rebuilt wiring harness done by another Hybridz member and it looks very good, new connects, and setup for an electric fan. 

 

Has new aluminum ebay radiator, and new hayden tranny cooler. 

 

Come with new 02 sensors. 

 

The transmission is a 0 miles rebuilt 4l60e with a 2600 rpm stall. It has a B&M Pro Stick Shifter with appropriate shift gate and linkage. 

 

The wheels are 17x9 in the front and 17x9.5 in the rear rota RBrs. 

 

It has miata seats, and comes with speedhut gauges (not installed).

 

It comes with ceramic coated block hugger headers. 

 

It comes with a MSA full dash cover. 

 

It has a Dave's push start button, not fully installed.

 

It comes with MSA seat belts (not installed) 

 

There is one small rust spot on the passenger frame rail.

 

I'm located in North Texas and asking 5,000. I would entertain offers for trades.

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78zstyle    0

Man, just wanted to say its obvious that you put lots of time into this project. You have so many pieces and parts I'd love to have and I hope whoever gets this understands how much work you've done for them.

 

It's been a long journey, but It's time to be realistic with myself. I hope it brings joy to whoever gets it next. 

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