(photos: Blakt Out) 1972 Datsun 240Z | US$125,000.00 | teamspeed.com
we appreciate beautiful rides. though we are often awed by the modern supercars, we never fail to remember the roots of sports car and for that, we appreciate any vehicle of the bygone era being faithfully restored. the 1972 Datsun 240Z you see here is one such example. we will be honest with you: the eye-catching lime green paint job did part of attention grabbing but still, we cannot deny that the Z is indeed one of the most beautiful Japanese example we have seen to this day. this stunning vehicle features a 100% stock interior, which the owner has painstakingly hunt down the parts, replace or restore them to its glorious condition and it has an obvious awesome body faithfully restored by Miller Brothers Hot Rod Barn. beneath its beautifully restored classic look is a modern lightweight SR20DET sourced from a 2006 Sylvia that now puts out an incredible 439 horsepower to the tarmac via its rear wheels through a five-speed manual transmission, also from a Sylvia. other highlights include custom 17″ classic rolling stocks, custom suspensions from Arizona Z Car, Wilwood brakes (6 pots front, 2 pots rear), 1972 NISMO LSD, and custom turbo manifold. the good news is, if you are residing in stateside, you will have a chance to snag it from its owner for a cool $125,000.