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Is Datsun 260Z rare?
As the fabled early Datsun Z-cars go, the 260Z frequently gets lost in the shuffle. Because they were only produced for four months, the ’74½ models are considered the rarest of the bunch–rare enough that the bumpers, usually a detriment to sports-car values, have no ill financial effect. …
How many Datsun 260Z are left?
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Was there a 260 Z?
The 260Z was produced for less than 18 months, from the fall of 1973 to the very end of 1974, and there were two distinct styles therein: the 1974 cars, and a three-month run of what are alternately known as either 1974½ or 1975 cars.
What is the VIN number on a Datsun 240Z?
If the car is a 240Z or 280Z, in the windshield you will see an ID number which starts with “HLS30-“. If the car is a 260Z, you will instead see an ID number which starts with “RLS30-” or “GLRS30-” (for the 2+2 model) in the windshield. You’ll want to make sure this matches up with the VIN plate located on the passenger-side strut tower.
What should I look for in a Datsun 260Z?
The 260Z, being somewhat of a mongrel in terms of features and design, offers either rubber overriders on the same bumpers found on the Series IV 240Z, or full diving-board bumpers (that would carry through the 280Z to the end of S30 production).
What is the VIN number on a Datsun S30?
Another piece of information is the door jam production plate. It will have the month of production stamped, and your VIN (after HL/GL/GLR S30-) will be stamped as well although the year will be printed. See the images below to get a better understanding.
What’s the production date of a Datsun model Z?
This chart will help you identify production date of your US model Z cars in case your have missing ID plate at driver’s side door jam.