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WTB a project 240z 260z or 280z

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looking to buy a project car in decent shape preferably running but not a requirement. Just not looking for a rusted out body. I would be mainly interested in possibly a series 1 Datsun 240z or a v8 swapped z, I'm located in auburn Georgia but might be willing to ship for the right car, thanks.

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1975 Z 280 SMOG exempt in California. 95% done and so far i have $18,000 in parts and labor @ $125.00 an hour. I bought this car in 2006 from the first owner and have been building it from bottom up. Asking $10,000. If you would like pics send me your e/mail to my message box. Thanks.

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Yes I am selling my nearly complete 1972 Datsun 240z race car or drift car project. Engine (approximately 600 Hp) is a fully built sr20 Det s14 with Tomei 2.2 stroker kit as well Tomei valve train upgrade to 9000 rpm, ikea formula Independent throttle bodies, Garrett GT 35 R ball bearing turbo, titanium bored out sleeves, balanced and blueprinted engine, 5 way ported and polished heads matched to intake and exhaust manifold , IMSA wide body fiberglass body and Doors,hood , rear hatch, Arizona Z Car custom suspension, GForce dog engagement 5 spd BorgWarner T5 gearbox, 5.5 inch triple disc clutch And race flywheel, R200 3.9 to 1 Nismo LSD race differential, full custom roll cage and seam welded chassis, 16 x 12 extreme lightweight race wheels 2 sets with Goodyear racing slicks , complete Wilwood braking system 6 piston front and 4 piston rear calipers and master cylinders and pedals set. Complete fire suppression system. Corbeau racing seats and schroth 6 point harness. Fuel safe 18 gallon fuel cell in spare tire well. Email me for more pictures and questions. Over $75K invested new house purchase forces sale will sacrifice for only US$ 25,000 email [email protected]

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