1973 Datsun 240Z
|Performance:||2.4L, in-line 6 cylinder|
|Transmission:||4 speed manual|
|Features:||Pioneer AM-FM stereo with CD, AUX, USB inputs with remote|
|Wheels:||Konig 15 inch Wheels|
|Tires:||Federal Formoza FD1|
This Datsun 240Z example is a rust-free Sacramento, California car that has benefited from single, long term ownership for over 30 years, and has been passionately cared for and maintained throughout the course of it's life. The car comes in a great color combination of Silver with a newly trimmed Black interior, and the 240Z's 2.4L engine has been professionally rebuilt and recently serviced by a Z specialist, along with rebuilt Dual Weber Redline Downdraft carbs. The car has received a new set of brake lines, struts all around, over-rider bars in the front and back, all new weather stripping, seals, and wind lace throughout; It also features a new compressor, 3 row radiator and electric fan. Also included with the Z is it's original owner's manual, warranty and service booklet, and a number of receipts.
The Datsun 240Z was introduced in 1969 as a 1970 model. The engine was a derivation of the Datsun 1600. The Datsun 1600 was a copy of the 1960’s six-cylinder Mercedes-Benz 220 engine, but with two less cylinders. By adding two extra cylinders in the 240Z the cylinder count was back to six. With 151 horsepower and 146 pound-feet of torque the vehicle could propel from zero-to-sixty in eight seconds. The independent suspension and the rack-and-pinion steering added to its quick response, performance, and handling. The front disc brakes brought the car to a stop from high speeds in just seconds. Due to the performance and low price of this vehicle during it’s time, there was a seven month waiting list to acquire one of these incredible cars.