Let me start off by saying that I've had this car for almost two years and absolutely hate to see it go. I had big plans for it that have now been abandoned due to never having time to work on it. It just sits in my garage collecting dust and there is no longer a reason to keep it.
The last picture is of the 1972 parts car that comes with the Series 1. 2 for 1!
It is a 1971 Series 1 Datsun 240z, build date of 12/70. When I bought the car, unfortunately it did not have the original engine in it and the owner had already sold it before hand, so I decided to go with an Nissan RB25det Neo-6 in it with a 300zx 5 speed transmission. The engine and transmission can hold 400-500 horsepower without much problem at all, which is why I went with it. It was also stripped completely down with most of the original parts in boxes inside the car (which I still have).
It currently does not run. Although, it's not very far from running. Plumbing, a Wire Specialties harness, and the fuel system hooked up would do it. Or of course you could go back to the orginial L24, which is what I wished I had done.
There are A LOT of original parts and spare parts that come with the car. Including (the original) both doors, the hood, the hatch, the fenders, the rear subframe, most of the interior, and then some spare parts that I got with the car. The panels are all off of the car because I was going to paint them seperately to ensure nothing was missed. The body of the car is currently primered grey. The panels are not in great shape and were sandblasted. Before I could paint them they started to form surface rust so they will need some TLC.
It has a big hole in the left rocket panel by the quarter panel. Some small holes here and there in the body but nothing major. The only rust that is on the car is underneath where the person that primed the car for me got lazy and didn't spray good enough. Other wise the body is in really good shape. The rear subframe is from a Nissan 240sx, it's not complete by any means but you can always go back to the original rear subframe.
I do not know the actual mileage.
ALSO comes with a 1972 240z parts car. I have titles for both cars.
There is a lot more to the car so if you would like more pictures or a more detailed description of what comes with the car, please feel free to ask. I will respond the same day.
Give me an offer, worst I can say is no!

Used Year: 1971
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): HLS3017073 Mileage: 100000
Transmission: Manual Make: Datsun
Body Type: Coupe Model: Z-Series
Vehicle Title: Clear Drive Type: RWD
For Sale By: Private Seller Drive Side: Left-hand drive
Sub Model: 240z