I often just type in Datsun on ebay to see what turns up. Today there are 15 LHD S30s, 1 LHD 280ZX and 1 RHD 260 2+2. Many have been hanging around for a long time. Of course most of you know this. So is it the asking price, the LHD configuration, the fact that a lot are 280s or the condition that is the problem. If a RHD 240/260 2 seater comes on ebay they don't usually last long (no matter what condition) unless they are way over-priced. I still think LHD is a major problem in the UK so all these cars that are being imported will suffer as far as investment goes. However as far as ownership goes they are good cars. The market for complete RHD conversion kits or 'Conversion Specialists' is there I'm sure. Along with trim parts - door cards, seats etc. When I first joined the Z Club all people wanted was performance upgrades - a LHD car was a rarity. We seem to have gone the same way as the British Classic Sports Car - import from the US and retrim/respec. i.e. demand outstrips supply. However we are behind in remanufacture of parts, I suppose mainly due to scale but is that changing?