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This 1973 240Z is at a current bid of $15,000 with 7 days left to go.

@S30R32 I hope this is not your Z trying to find a new home!

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This 1973 240Z is at a current bid of $15,000 with 7 days left to go.

@S30R32 I hope this is not your Z trying to find a new home!

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LOL no but very cleanly done! Understated. If those are genuine Watanabes, extra points. I have 16x9 and 9.5 on my street setup. Love those clear indicator lenses.

Mine in street trim w Watanabes:
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Just saw a 280ZX anniversary, with a hammer price of 45K at BAT... Have seen nice Z32s hitting above $30K previously.

No Reserve: 1980 Datsun 280ZX 10th Anniversary 5-Speed for sale on BaT Auctions - sold for $45,000 on April 30, 2021 (Lot #47,138) | Bring a Trailer

Gotta wonder if the hype on the Z35 coming is raising the tide on the prices of all generations of Zs, especially the pristine 'unicorn' cars.
I would think so, all Z versions will go up especially the Z32 TT. I'm looking into grabbing a Z31 Turbo manual if the price is reasonable and full stock.
 

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This 1973 240Z is at a current bid of $15,000 with 7 days left to go.

@S30R32 I hope this is not your Z trying to find a new home!

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It's shot up to $20,500 now. Let's see how far this ends up going.
 

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Yeah we all know 240Zs have climbed quite a bit, especially stock ones, but even nicely modified, as long as no rust issues. It's these Z32 TTs I've been watching, now soaring too. Just wait til the derivative new Z comes out. Better get one now while affordable. One example, owner probably just flipped it to cash in:

 
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1988 Nissan 300ZX Turbo Watch 5-Speed Manual, Numerous Modifications, Restored in 2003 - Cars&Bids

This one might be an interesting gauge of whether the Z31 market is going to follow S130, Z32, and S30 generation Z cars into the realm of money to consider, for buyers or sellers. Z35 hype is bringing the cars out of the woodwork...
That's a really clean build, everything is tastefully done. If cars like this don't go for serious money now it'll only be a matter of time before they do.
 
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