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This 1973 Datsun 240Z is finished in Red over Black and is powered by a Numbers-matching 2.4-liter L24 paired with a four-speed manual transmission. Additional features include 14″ mag-style wheels, chrome-finished bumpers, and diamond-patterned interior trim. The car spent time in California before it was acquired by the seller and brought to Canada in 2020, never seen any winter roads, very clean. The seller has reportedly since changed the oil, serviced the brakes, and replaced the carpeting. This S30 was previously declared a total loss salvage vehicle in California and is now offered with a removed factory stereo, a tool roll, road flares, and transferable Ontario registration with a salvage brand. The car was declared salvage because of a theft, no accident or flood on the car. Prime candidate to be an easy car to bring to new and sell for high dollars.
There are some scratches, dings, and chips around the exterior. Slotted 14″ mag-style wheels are mounted with 195/70 PS850 tires. The brakes were serviced approximately 1k miles ago. The black interior features high-back bucket seats over black carpeting, and diamond-patterned vinyl trim is present on the transmission tunnel as well as the rear strut towers. The seller has reportedly replaced the carpeting as well as the rubber seal on the rear hatch. The shift boot, hood release handle, ashtray, and choke knob are missing, and the radio has been removed but is included in the sale. Cracking can be seen on the dashboard. A three-spoke steering wheel sits ahead of factory instrumentation that includes a 160-mph speedometer and an 8k-rpm tachometer. The five-digit odometer shows 41k miles. The 2.4-liter L24 inline-six was rated for 151 horsepower with 145 lb-ft of torque when new, which is delivered to the rear wheels through a four-speed manual transmission. The oil was changed around 1k miles ago per the seller. Engine block stamping L24-[hidden information] matches the number shown on the data plate affixed to the engine bay shown in the gallery.
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