how much is a 1967 240z in mint condition worth?

Asked by hazlee Dec 02, 2013 at 10:56 PM about the Datsun 240Z

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whatever someone is willing to pay for it!

262,165

I saw one out here in Oregon that was mint condition with only 20000 on it only sell for 4 grand, people out here didn't like them too much, everyone called them Japanese Jaguar's, and most of them had rear end problems.

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Nothing cause there's no such thing as a 1967 240Z. And tennisshoes is wrong. These cars had incredibly strong rear differentials besides the stub axle in the early models. You can swap the 280Z ones in easily and it will be solid as anything.

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262,165

Well I have dispute that, in my shop everyone that came in had a rear end howl, usually was just bearings but everyone of them and there were a bunch back in those days, maybe it was the bad roads or all the twists and turns of country roads that caused it but they all needed work.

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I think 69 or 70 was the first year. If it really is mint then the value would be quite high - $20k +

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WHAT YEAR WAS THE 240 DATSUN MADE

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