US 240z on eBay for £45k

Robotsan

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£45k seems steep for a LHD car, but I guess if it's a genuine 21k miles and the condition is as good as it looks, that's realistic? No mention of whether the mileage is verified in the ad.

Very rare interior too I imagine?
 

£45k seems steep for a LHD car, but I guess if it's a genuine 21k miles and the condition is as good as it looks, that's realistic? No mention of whether the mileage is verified in the ad.

Very rare interior too I imagine?

It’s prob easier to sell a car for £45k because of the European market.
 

jonbills

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I don't think the mileage matters at all. It's all about condition.
 
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status

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Is it an mot failure with those rear lights yeah I’m colour blind but can’t remember the regs reg the lights
no under bonnet pictures,probably forgot to take them
also there is what looks like an honest 2+2 same colour for less than half for sale with steering wheel on correct side
another nice car that will probably be hanging around for ages due to the unrealistic asking price ,few of them out there at the mo,allthough we love our Datsuns they are not in the same league as a 911 performance or value wise
both Datsuns look nice in that colour,if you are looking at making money in a couple of years time look at getting one of these
 

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Rob Gaskin

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That is a very nice 240Z but of course I can only judge it from the pictures and description given.

However like the rest of their cars the asking price is very very high.

I assume this car has no rear anti-roll bar, soft suspension and a 4 speed gearbox. The biggest negative for me is that it's LHD in a RHD country. I love the originality of the LHD but surely it affects value here. So great car apart from the price IMO.

Asking a high price is not a crime and it will find it's value to someone. I'd rather a seller was optimistic about the price than wrongly describe something.

I just hope underneath and under the bonnet doesn't disappoint.
 
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That is a very nice 240Z but of course I can only judge it from the pictures and description given.

However like the rest of their cars the asking price is very very high.

I assume this car has no rear anti-roll bar, soft suspension and a 4 speed gearbox. The biggest negative for me is that it's LHD in a RHD country. I love the originality of the LHD but surely it affects value here. So great car apart from the price IMO.

Asking a high price is not a crime and it will find it's value to someone. I'd rather a seller was optimistic about the price than wrongly describe something.

I just hope underneath and under the bonnet doesn't disappoint.

LHD's sell for stronger money in Europe(however I'm not saying this car is worth £45k). With Europe being so close, there's RHD cars that struggle to sell for LHD values.
 

status

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Anyone seen the 2+2 same colour for sale and as mentioned probably aimed at the euro market but seeing asking prices of that nature for a LHD Z over here would make me cringe especially if I’d recently sold my Z for a little over or under that asking price
there are a few LHD Zeds for sale and they haven’t found their market yet
 
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