1972 Datsun 240Z
- Extensive renovation and improvement
- Complete with a detailed history file
- Accompaning photographs showing the restoration work carried out
- Currently fitted with recent 7.0 x 15 Minilite replicas
- Great investment
The Datsun 240Z was one of the landmark sportscars of the early 1970s, as it represented Japan's first mass produced GT. Priced to compete with the MGB GT, the 240Z offered far greater performance and arguably more modern looks. It also became a very successful rally car, from international down to club level. Unfortunately the 240Z did suffer greatly from corrosion issues, however, and very few examples remain in top condition today.
This stunning example has recently benefitted from extensive renovation and improvement, including a freshly built Dave Jarman engine to Samuri fast road spec. Producing approximately 180 bhp, the engine runs on triple Webers and has a gas flowed head, sports cam, lightweight flywheel and clutch and a Janspeed manifold and stainless exhaust.
Complete with a detailed history file including photographs showing the restoration work carried out. Currently fitted with recent 7.0 x 15 Minilite replicas, with a spare set of 6.0 x 14 Enkei wheels.
In superb condition throughout and likely to prove a great investment for the future.