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ID:	73299Hi fellow Z lovers. I have recently came across this 240z, and instantly fell in love. I am not sure what year it is so if any one know's it would be a great help and any other opinions you have are always welcomeClick image for larger version. 

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    Look for a metal plate inside the driver's door jam. Towards the top there should be a month/year production date.

    Looks like she's had some motor work. Tell us more about her. Does she have a name?

    Give her a bath.
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    Well i have given her a a bath and she looks amazing all cleaned up. Only exterior flaw is the scratch on the drivers door havent given her a name yet. Any sugsetions ? And yes new inercooler and fuel pump not really engine work mostly all stock besides that

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ID:	73299Hi fellow Z lovers. I have recently came across this 240z, and instantly fell in love. I am not sure what year it is so if any one know's it would be a great help and any other opinions you have are always welcomeClick image for larger version. 

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    If you're taking those pictures with an iphone remember that they don't automatically re-orient when you upload them. Sideways pictures don't really work.
    1976 280Z, with some minor modifications

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    Welcome....Looks to me like a Series II so could be a later '71, a '72 or a '73.
    Original Registration and Warranty Card

    Original owner of: HLS3018859 (Jan./71) ZCOOR Member # 178

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    she's cool. welcome aboard. agreed with "series II"... january '71-august '72 production. rear bumper syle/bumper guard style/placement rules out the '73 model year cars. production date down to the month will be on the metal plate on the driver's door jamb. no title..? model/legal year would be there. should be titled as a 1971 or a 1972...
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    I still owe $800 so i dont have the title yet and the only rust on the car is the foot plate on the drivers door and i apologise for the side ways pics

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    What is the VIN on the car? Looks like a 1972 to me..
    Any pictures of the Dash/Center console?

    Is it an A/T car?

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    I do not know what A/T stands for

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    automatic transmission...you have a stick
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    You can see the vin if you look from the outside of the car on the dashboard it's on the drivers side starts with HLS30..
    HLS30 32581, 5/71 Matching numbers

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