The 240Z

Car: 1972 Datsun 240Z
Engine: L24 with Carbs
Color: unknown
Status: Work in progress

– Saito 8-Point Chromoly Rollcage
– Trust / Greddy Exhaust manifold
– Kameari “Z”  leather shiftknob
– HKB Steering Boss kit
– Tow hooks (front / rear)
– Nagisa (NAMS) adjustable tie rod end links
– Rocky Auto tension rods / Doglegs
– Kyo-Ei extended wheel studs
– RS-watanabe Falcon steering wheel
– Exedy / Daikin Master Clutch cylinder
– Energy bushings (all replaced)
– JDM Fender Mirrors
– Tokico blue Suspension shocks
– Genuine Datsun rear wing
– Xenon Urethane front Air Dam
– Fairlady ZG Overfenders
– KOYO / Koyorad Crossflow aluminum radiator
– Kakimoto Racing forged aluminum “3100” Valve Cover
– Wing Takeo Battery Kill Switch
– JDM “Fairlady Z ” Emblems
– Hayashi Racing Aluminum rear drum brakes (By Half-way / Kuruma Japan)
– Tomei Powered high flow Oil Pump
– Tomei Powered adjustable cam gear
– Futofab Alternator adjustment rod
– NISMO Differential Mount
– Kameari Racing reinforced Engine bushings
– Kameari Racing reinforced Engine mounts
– Kameari Racing Transmission mounts
– Kameari Racing Steering damper eliminator
– Endlesss Reservoir overflow cover
– Autorefine ARC Front and rear stabilizer bars & bushings
– IPF H4 Conversion headlights
– BRIDE Histrix seats
– BRIDE FO seat rails / Console
– Omori Meter 52mm Fuel gauge
– M-Speed racing water pump pulley
– Sankei 555 Ball Joints
– JDM Amber lower front Corner lights
– Datsun Competition Parts short steer knuckles
– FET (Far East Trading Japan) Intake Manifold
– NOS LH rear quarter Panel
– NOS Front lower Center Valance
– NOS framerails
– Datsun Competition / NISMO MK63 four-pot front brake Calipers, solid type

I found this car on the internet at one of these days i just was looking around for some cool cars as usual, and then i just had to check it out. It looked so beautiful and already had a lot of stuff done by some previous owner, so i just had to get it. And that’s why i picked it up a few weeks later. Some research turned out it’s a very rare geniune Swiss market model and not a import-car. Now i’m restoring it completely and from a totally stripped down shell. I think you can’t learn more about cars as if you tear one down to the naked chassis and build it up from ground. And as i don’t have a clue about the technical things on cars i thought this would be a perfect project to get into it. And until yet i haven’t regretted it one little bit!
Check the blog for updates on the project 🙂

One Response to The 240Z

  1. Roger says:

    Bitte Melden,..
    Fahre selber Datsun 240z
    Bin aus der nähe.

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