240z have one gas strut on hence why most 240z look like that my super samuri looks like that
I have seen the car in person few times and is nice
Hope he sells it nice UK 240z
Yeah its SOR with them. Only way to go for me with expensive cars. I sold my F80 M3 the same way and it took all the bother and hassle out of it.I'm not sure as I haven't asked, but perhaps Ryan has it on SOR with the dealer, with him asking for a particular return and them adding their margin and then fielding all the enquiries, etc..?
I take your point on some of the items you have spotted. Most of those items are easily sortable and have been discussed with Torque GT. The hatch does seem slightly distorted likely due to the single damper on one side. Maybe a more experienced panel alignment guy would improve it but it beat me I am afraid. However I think the backbone of the car is there and hopefully people will see that. I.e. its definitely not rusty!I think a car pitched at such a top-end asking price would need to have a little bit more attention paid to fit and finish. It will be slightly off-putting to people who are more used to seeing the fit and finish on classic Porsches, for example.
Especially so on things that jump out to the eye, like baggy interior vinyl, door rubber used as hatch seal, rear garnish top with glaring mis-matched gaps etc.
Lovely car and a really nicely put together 'package' of modifications, but the non-mechanical detailing needs a little more fettling for this price level in my opinion.