I bought the car from a retiring sailor in Va Beach. The history of the car indicates that it was built in Ocala, Fla. I have tried to contact previous owners to verify the build of the motor and modifications to the car but haven't been able to locate them. The shop that built the engine is no longer in business. I owned a new 1973 240Z and always wanted to do the SBC conversion but after having owned it for 11 years it was totaled and not worth repairing.
1971 Nissan 240Z (Gray Metallic)
Small block Chevy (SBC) stroker motor 383ci. Aluminum heads, Edelbrock Victor Jr. Manifold, Holley 770 Street Avenger Carb, Roller cam, rockers and lifters, headman long tube headers, Edelbrock high flor water pump, aluminum radiator, MSD ignition and much more.
Custom bucket seats, three point harness, custom console housing Auto Meter gauges, radio and heater controls deleted. GM tilt steering column and custom steering wheel.
Front spoiler, rear facia sculpted for exhaust pipes. Rear bumper removed. Custom fiber glass hood with NASCAR hood prop. Car lowered approximately 1" via Eibach progressive rate springs. Mag wheels that can't be identified and low profile tires. Car did not have side mirror's when I bought it so they were painted and added by me.
Eibach progressive springs, new cartridges and 4 wheel disc brakes
Wheel and Tire
17" low profile.