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Datsun 240Z

Datsun 240Z

The venerable Datsun 240Z changed the face of the then tiny Japanese company forever, thanks to its foresight in taking inspiration from some of the most iconic cars of the day, like the Jaguar E-Type and reproduce it for the masses.

The 240Z was announced late in 1969 and Australia saw the first cars a year later. All of them were five-speed manuals, while later shipments included a handful of three-speed automatics.

Pricing for the 240Z Sports was POA at the time – more expensive than a Ford Falcon GTHO - and the car was replaced by the 260Z in 1974.

This vehicle is also known as Nissan Fairlady Z, Datsun 260Z, Datsun 280Z.

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Sports 2.4L, Leaded, 5 SP MAN No recent listings 1974 Datsun 240Z Sports Pricing and Specs