Not sure where to start with this one other than spotting the office shell differences?
The rear quarter emblems? I think it is just a matter of the original (vented) quarter emblems being switched to the earlier Export type '240Z' emblems after the original holes were filled in. Builder decision, I think. I don't think it's a symptom of shell-swapping...
I sold the (Japanese aftermarket replica) 5-piece Grande nose kit and (original Nissan) headlamp covers to the builder/owner Alan Edney back in the late 1990s. Pretty sure I sold him the MK63 four-pot front calipers too. He found the basket wire wheels at one of the Billing Aquadrome meets I seem to remember...
Not everyone's cup of tea (and certainly not mine) but I believe there's a good, straight and solid car underneath all the add-ons. Could easily be made into something a lot more appealing.
good to know, think the storage bins are hiding under the carpet which is what threw me for a minute.
Are there photos that show the lack of storage bins? I can't see anything that shows an early 'cheesegrater' rear deck. Interior looks very 1972 RHD to me.
Remove the g nose kit, steer wheel and gear knob and it would be a good car although finding a good bonnet these days is easier said than done.
Something else I had no idea about. headlight cones/valance/bumper were the only differences then?
I would go with the Kobe Seiko replicas in 14x7 instead
Lovely car and I hope the new owner keeps the G nose.