• FOR SALE: Original optional AMCO Datsun 240Z front guard bar

    I’m selling an original 240Z “AMCO” front guard bar from my stock. Used but in good condition (see picture below) 45.- CHF + Shipping costs, worldwide shipping possible. ask for quote. This item was made by the american company “AMCO” which made a range of accessory items for the datsun 240Z and other cars. See the advertising below (the front guard bar is shown in the top left picture): Datsun USA itself also sold this guard bar from AMCO as an optional accessory item, with a nissan part number, as the catalog picture below shows: Let me know if you’re interested or if you need any further information.

  • FOR SALE: Various Datsun 240Z Merchandise (T-shirts, caps, etc..)

    I have a lot of new-old-stock (NOS), aka never used, but not available anymore Datsun / 240Z Merchandising stuff for sale. – All items are unused and in excellent shape. – Worldwide shipping possible at additional costs – Save shipping costs and get special discounts, when buy multiple items! (ask me first) – First come, first served! Click the contact form button above in the menu, if you’re interested in anything or have any questions! 1) Datsun “Z” cap: 15.- CHF 2) Tarbuk Datsun documents folder. Tarbuk was the austrian datsun import company which is now defunct. This is an original, unused documents folder for your datsun documents: 3) Datsun…

  • 240Z: Repair tools kit pt. 1

    Lately i’ve started collecting the tools for a complete Toolkit for the Z: Which includes this packing slip, from a genuine swiss Z: You can see there are still quite some things missing. but at least i got some of the nissan branded tools already, like the wrenches: The wheel stopper set: Spare lug nuts (not sure if they’re part of the toolkit. I’ve seen it listed in a later version of the above toolkit slip. But they’re nice to have anyway! And the original tookit bag. Whit is missing currently are the scissor jack, the lug nut wrench, and at least a pliers and one screwdriver from the toolkit…

  • 240Z: Random Parts and automobilia picked up

    When i picked up the big parts Lot a few weeks ago, we forgot to load a few parts into the car, so today i went back there to pick up the missing parts (which are all sold already!). It included an E30 exhaust Manifold, 260Z centercaps, a front bumper and a glovebox.. . I also got gifted a bag of 280ZX and some S30 diecast cars, which i donated to a collector and 280ZX owner i know: Also got a few Keychains and a Safari rally quadruple-crown sticker. The sticker is original Datsun. The keychain is from a swiss datsun dealership, but a generic item which could be branded…

  • OTHER: Greetings from the Julierpass

    The last days we spent skiing with some friends in St.Moritz which was all great itself. But the real fun was the way there and back. Ok the way there was late at night in the dark so i took driving easy. But the way back was absolutely glorious! We initially planned to drive back over the Flüelen or Albula pass but both of them where closed because of snow / Winter-time. The other Route via davos would include loading the car on a train for a part of the trip, which i wanted to avoid, so this is basically the only route left (except a long detour via the…

  • 240Z: More rare Datsun Switzerland documents arrived again

    I’m working on a big story about the Datsun Switzerland history, and therefore i’m collecting old Datsun (Suisse) SA / and Fehlman Motor group Documents. Not all of them, but i’m trying to focus on the rare and old ones. So these days i got a few Documents in my mailbox again. The first item is a swiss Datsun 1300 A4 double-sided catalog flyer, from 1967. Which i found for sale in france… The interesting thing here is that both Datsun (Suisse) SA and Nissan Motor Co Foreign trade division names are printed on the Flyer. It also mentions that this Flyer was printed in japan. So it must have…

  • 240Z: The big “Barn Find” parts lot

    Disclaimer: Nothing in this post is for sale – Do not ask me, thanks! What qualifies something as a “barn find” has been discussed previously. But nevertheless, i found these parts covered in dust in an old shed. They were not exactly “forgotten about”, but stored there in many years. The story behind them unfortunately includes a bit of human tragedy. After many years, i was the lucky one to buy the whole lot. Well sort of. Since i’m not exactly a hoarder and did not want to have many more parts of those i already own, i made an agreement with a Friend who basically bought the whole lot…

  • 240Z: Hoarding issues – Documents and Automobilia Lots

    Lately i’ve been purchasing a lot of stuff for the project and related documents and automobilia. Just when i got additionally offered a complete lot of documents from a big collector. Due to covid related delays, the different orders from several weeks and months ended up arriving at my place all within a few days…  If you look at the picture below, quite a lot of stuff! Some things just came with the lots, and i will not keep them, even if nice stuff though. Nevertheless, here’s what was in my mail yesterday. In the next part of the story, i will show you a huge pile (two cars and…

  • 240Z: NOS L-series Cam Shaft arrived

    Yesterday the post officer brought a nice little package to my door: It contains a brand new (NOS) L6 Camshaft for the E88 Head. It is used widely in many L-series cars from what i understoud, but i still have to research all the details. It was for sale not far away and the price was ok, so i thought myself i better secure it… I love the beautiful wrapping with the Nissan wrapping paper, etc… It came with a (separetely sold) Set of Cam oiler blockoff plates and bolts for older externally oiled cams. I still have to check if i need those… It also came with a “Cam…

  • 240Z: More documents arrived (Introduction Bulletins)

    Documents… Again… Well yeah – i think i have an addiction 🙂 After months of searching them, i finally found a set of S30 Chassis “introduction” Bulletins. They contain some nice information about changes made over the years and the various market versions and options. The “modification” Manuals are very similar and tell about the different modifications made and possible to the different years of cars: Then i got an 1979 Datsun (Suisse) SA Pricelist along with a catalog, from (i believe) the same year. This means i have now at least a set from the late 70ies And one more pricelist in my collection the Swiss 260Z / 2+2…