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In the early 1960’s, Nissan sought to replace their open-top Sports/Fairlady model with a modern, sleek sportscar keeping up with the times. The Nissan Silvia, of obvious Italian inspiration and styled by Count Albrecht Goertz, was meant to be the brand’s flagship, yet it proved too expensive to ...

Finished in metallic blue complimented with contrasting period black interior. A fabulous example from warmer climates so she doesn't suffer with the rust issues of the U.K equivalent will undoubtedly will have. An original right hand drive car, so very rare, and very solid, see pictures of the underside ...

A stanning car. Datsun 240z 1972 Metallic Green Nuts and Bolt restoration.Upgraded 2.8 litre engine with five speed manual gear box.  All the rusted metal on floor removed and replaced and brand new front frame installed. Upgraded Manifold and bespoke Exgust by Power Flow, upgraded ...

  • 22-May-2020
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Perfect, very nice 1974 Datsun 260Z. Good running and driving with a very good V8 engine with manual transmission. NOT original but boy what a great car. Looks great, with a very nice interior. ch # RLS30-010531 Price for this car is on request! For more information, send a mail to: [email protected] Take ...

Good one owner 1972 Datsun 240Z. Rust free car with a good running engine and a 4 speed manual gear box. Car is 100% complete and in good running condition, with original floors. Is imported in Europe, all duties are paid for already we will renew the right side part f the floor . Price for this ...

Very nice, perfectly running /driving original 1972 Datsun 240Z. Original rebuild and very reliable 6 cyl engine. Good floors, very good straight body. Ready to be used. chassis no. HLS30-67361 engine no. L24-084143 Price for this car is on request! For more information, send a mail to: [email protected] Take ...

A VERY nice early 1971 Datsun 240Z. Running/driving perfectly. No rust or damage whatsoever and a very nice original interior. Comes from the 1st Original owner. Drive it anywhere! Price for this car is: € 22.750.- (the price for this car is exclusive transport costs!) For more information, ...

ESTIMATE €18,000-€20,000 Grandes Marques Maastricht 2020 LOT DETAILS Lot Number 105 Chassis Number TBA Year 1973 Make Datsun Model 240Z DESCRIPTION It soon became apparent during its creation, that the Datsun 240Z represented all the requirements of sports-minded drivers by fulfilling their desires ...

Original Datsun 260Z Coupé originally from California ”Original Blue Plate” and with Matching numbers and runs well and has a 5-speed gearbox. The paint is moderate, but it has a good base. . And is complete with unique chrome spoke rims and air conditioning. Price € 17.950

Datsun 240Z Restoration project. Sale price includes VAT. US import all taxes and duties paid & on the NOVA Database with DVLA Sat decades in the AZ desert. This car at some point has added fiberglass bonnet & rear fenders flares and spoiler. Probably was the start of a v8 conversion ...

The Japanese didn’t take long to catch up on the car design and manufacturing business and the 240Z was its first worldwide success story appealing to everyone from Europeans to Americans. Launched in 1969 and finishing production in 1974 it was heralded as the must-have GT of the day and for good ...

Datsun 240Z Coupé 1972 dark brown metallic This Datsun 240Z was built in 1972 and delivered to the first owner in the United States. This 240Z is designed as a two-seat coupé with 2.393cc 6-cylinder in-line engine with a manual gearbox. The car has dark brown metallic paint, which nicely combines ...

Very rare and very cool vintage Datsun Fairlady. We've found this one in the United States California were it enjoyed a dry and sunny life making shure the structure is solid and healthy. The interior has been redone a couple of years ago as well as the softtop and tonneau cover. Body is tight and looks ...

1970 Datsun 240Z £21,450

1970 Datsun 240z If you have been look for a 240z then you really need to come and view ours we have two. They are in very nice condition and are rust free gems. Please come and view my number is 07836639603.

First serie Datsun 240 Z, very low production number in the 2800. Early 1970 production. Cosmetically restored with new floors, new paint in original orange, body seals, chromes... New interior, seat covers, carpets, tunnel cover vinyl.... Fitted with period dealer option Wolfrace polished ...

  • 14-May-2020
  • France
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A Brief History of The Datsun Z Car

Datsun is a brand owned by Nissan to market its vehicles outside of Japan. Vehicles were produced under the Datsun umbrella from 1958 to 1986 until Nissan Relaunched the brand name in 2013.

The S30

Datsun 240Z: The S30 series of Z Car was launched in 1969. In Japan, the car was referred to as a Fairlady Z and featured a SOHC L20A straight-six engine and whilst the rest of the world received a 2.4-litre L24 unit.

Datsun 260Z: In 1974 on the back of the success of the 240Z, Datsun launched the 260Z. It came with a 2.6 litre engine and was available for the first time as a 2+2 model, with a slightly longer wheelbase.

Datsun 280Z: The 280Z was launched in 1975 in North America and featured a larger displacement 2.8 Litre engine, but for the first time Datsun had fitted their Zed car with fuel injection to help overcome the US stringent regulations.

The S130

Datsun 280ZX: The 280ZX continued to be recognised by the Fairlady moniker in Japan whilst the rest of the world knew it as either a Datsun or Nissan 280ZX. It featured T-Tops the introduction of a turbocharged engine option and the only thing that remained the same from the earlier cars was their 5-speed gearbox and 2.8 litres L28 Inline-Six.

The Z31

Datsun/Nissan 300ZX: The 300ZX (Z31) was a complete redesign for 1984, and with it came the introduction of a new range of engines dubbed the VG series. The VG was a V6 engine available in both naturally aspirated and turbocharged form. It was also the last time a Zed car would wear the Datsun nameplate. For the 1985 model year, Datsun was dropped from all 300ZX sales.

The Z32

Nissan 300ZX: The new Z32 generation of 300zx continued to us the VG V6 engine however now it came fitted with a Dual Overhead Camshaft setup with Variable Vale Timing. There was also a twin-turbocharged variant of the Z32. The Z32 300ZX was available in 2+2 format as well as the option for a T-Top equipped model and convertible.

The Z33

Nissan 350Z: The 350Z was the first Z car to be built alongside Nissan’s shareholder Renault. It came fitted with a 3.5-litre VQ35 V6 engine and was available with either a 6-speed manual gearbox or a 5-speed automatic.

The Z34

Nissan 370Z: The 370Z was launched in 2009 to replace the 350Z, it features a 3.7-litre VQ platform V6 engine. With power varying from 328-350bhp depending on trim level, the 370z is the fastest production Zed car. The 370Z was the first production car with a manual gearbox to feature rev-matching technology, mimicking a heel-and-toe technique.

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