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I have thought about it but would it be worth it
 

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the only problem is that it would cost a ton 4 me to ship it there just to sell it,how about moving to the USA and buying it and then if you get home sick you can take it w/you.just a thought.
 

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Let me get this right... You live in the USA... and want to buy an Aussie 240z??
Why??

Freight would cost around $2-3000 US. The car itself would cost $1500 US for a piece of crap, or up to $7500 for a restored Z.

There are more Z's over your way than you could poke a stick at, compared to here.

If you're from Oz, then try the "Just Cars" magazine. There's usually one or two in there.
 

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If you are interested in right hand drive Z's try UK.Often cars for sale here You can find list of clubs in the links on this page. Long time ago I even saw some japanese clubs with cars for sale. d'ont remember the price. (I had a friend at a japanese company here in europe who could translate)
 

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were in australia are you ?
theres a fellow in my local area that has a heap of 240z s but he seams to be collecting them because every time i drive past he's got anouther in his yard
don't know if any are for sale or not.if i had some spare cash i would stop and see
but seing i would only be tyre kicking i'll save myself the imbaresment.
..........daZZa.....ncle n.s.w
 

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Last time I was there, the Z Car Workshop, Underwood, Q., had a very nice RB30ET conversion 240 for sale, around A$16,000...... Hello?.........Hello?.......Would cost a lot more than that to build. There is also a red one around with a Chev 350 engine, built as a show car.

Anyway, watch out for rust. Usually better off buying something that someone else has spent zillions on the body.
 
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