Hi all! New member here from Sweden. I've always loved the 240Z cars, and now was the time to do it. It's actually not my first Z, I had a 370Z a few years ago as a daily driver. I loved that car and still miss it, it had tons of character. Drove it year round and even raced it on frozen lakes in the winter. Life caught up with kids etc, so that car was replaced with a Subaru STi. The STi has now done the family duty for 4 years, it's the only car we've had for family duty and it's been great at now 60k miles. I also have driven it a lot on frozen lakes with WRC tyres. Great fun, such a capable car. Anyway, driving more modern cars in traffic and on track the last few years have made me long for an older car again. I'm also building a 72 MGB GT as a race car, V8, IRS etc etc, so having a classic car is nothing new to me. But a race car is a race car, I need something to drive to work and go get ice cream with in the summer! So I found a good candidate in the UK in January. I had contact with a few dealers, but Classic car garage in Swainby were really good with information and follow up. They sent me so much information that I dared to buy it sight unseen. They arranged shipping to me and here we are. These cares are a quite uncommon sight here, I think there were 25 sold or something in 73, then Nissan pulled the plug. So when I found this good example in LHD in the UK I took the plunge. The scarcity also means it's difficult to find parts. So I've very happy you have an active club in the UK. Didn't really care about it being a 240, 260 or 280. Condition is more important. It's a 1977 280Z with the 5 speed and AC. Here is the car, it's in pretty good condition. I haven't found much rust. It's even ok under the battery tray. The car came from Florida, and it can't have seen much rain. The car was resprayed by the dealer in the original color. The floors seem solid but there were two small spots on the sills before the repaint so something needs to be looked at in the future.