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1974 260z L28et heavy street modifications price check in MA


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#1 xxjoeyxxeb

xxjoeyxxeb
  • LocationQuincy, MA

Posted 02 May 2017 - 03:47 PM

Hi all, just looking to see what an estimate in value is for my Z. Looking for insurance purposes, but also potential to sell to fund an addition on the house. This is in Massachusetts where these are pretty rare in a good condition.
I'll highlight the important parts.

1974 260z from CA
L28et and T5 from an 83. Engine rebuilt in 2007.
MegaSquirt installed with 440cc injectors.
240sx TB
Electric fan on 280zx radiator
Walbro fuel pump
Upgraded and rebuilt turbo.
AZ car springs and Tokico Illuminas.
Miata seats, new interior carpets, half dash cap.
Toyota/300 vented brake setup
Rota 16x8 RBs with new rubber
Rear disk conversion with Ford parts
Body and paint done in summer 2013.
I have Black Dragon from and rear chrome bumpers ready to install.

Main negative is I haven't had time to really get into a great tune, but it is driveable. Been driven highway and back roads for about 500 miles since engine was done.

I'll figure out how to get pictures soon.

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Edited by xxjoeyxxeb, 02 May 2017 - 03:53 PM.

1974 260z. L28et. BW T-5. Bored over .020". ARP mains, rods, head bolts. MS1 v3.57. Stock T3 turbo machined with 50 trim compressor wheel and 360deg thrust bearing. 2.5" downpipe to 3" through Borla XR-1. Walbro 255. 440cc injectors, homemade fuel rail. MSD Blaster 2 Coil. Toyota 4 piston calipers w/ 300zx vented rotors. Tokico Illuminas with AZcar springs.

#2 Neverdone

Neverdone
  • LocationMilwaukie, OR

Posted 02 May 2017 - 04:10 PM

Anywhere from 9-30k.

 

High end:

http://bringatrailer...datsun-240z-23/

 

Low end:

http://bringatrailer...-datsun-260z-3/

 

Who really knows why there is such discrepancy.



#3 Greeko

Greeko
  • LocationVancouver, B.C

Posted 04 May 2017 - 09:10 AM

Anywhere from 9-30k.

 

High end:

http://bringatrailer...datsun-240z-23/

 

Low end:

http://bringatrailer...-datsun-260z-3/

 

Who really knows why there is such discrepancy.

 

High end is Turbo, Low end is NA.... That makes a difference!

 

It really depends what someone is willing to pay for it I guess.



#4 ryant67

ryant67
  • LocationKingston, ON

Posted 04 May 2017 - 04:37 PM

High end looks like the Devil Z from Wangan Midnight. Sometimes it's not how well a car is modified or built, but how it presents. That's my theory anyway...




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