Now the details of my car:
1972 240z from Tucson, orginally sickboys car
single stage paint (I don't know what it is since I did not paint it)
it's something like a hugger orange
Boze mesh wheels, nitto drag radials 245/17 out back. BFG g-force sport 225/17 up front.
AZC (willwood) 4 piston clipers up front, mms 240sx rear brakes and the e-brake does work. There's also a biasing valve by the drivers seat.
All four corners have mms coilovers. 200/225 (the back is either 225 or 250, I forget)
Motorsport front sway bar (1 1/8), no rear sway bar. Autopower 4 point scca approved sway bar with removable diagonal bar and removable harness bar. Motorsport front strut brace. Bad Dog frame rail caps.
60 over 350, squared, line honed and torque plate honed Keith Black hypereutectic pistons. Speed pro rings. 6" Elgin 5140 rods with ARP bolts. Internaly balanced, clevite bearings, ARP bolts used throughout engine, Dart Pro 1 200cc heads, cast crank, crane cam 228@.05 480 lift. Edelbrock pro-flo EFI, vintage air ac, 140 amp alternator, weiand water pump, AZC radiator and taurus two speed fan. Wide band O2 sensor NOT included with sale.
2004r Bowtie Overdrive level 2 transmission with 1800 stall, big trans cooler up front
300zxt half shafts, mms 4340 cv adapters and stub axles, power brute LSD professionally installed.
new carpets, seat covers, autometer guages, sony deck, Rockford fosgate speakers.
Also, uninstalled I have a new window seals and door seals as well as a full dash cap.
I have not driven this car much, probably less than a couple thousand miles and never more than ten miles in one shot so I have never ironed out any problems with vehicle endurance, overheating, etc. A lot of things are custom on this car so clearances, things to close to the exhaust etc have not been tested. I personaly would not drive this car cross country without somebody in a chase car, but across town okay. I'd perfer a local sale. $10,500 with EFI, $8,800 converted back to a carb.
BTW, I'm still dialing in the fuel injection yet so it still needs some tuning if you had to have it today. There's not much left to do to the except clean up the wiring. It's pretty complete and you cannot build a car like this for the price.