1972 2.4L 4spd Manual in Manhattan, MT

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Last Updated: 3/31/2022 | Ad Source: Direct

Asking Price: $24,800 $20,500

1972 Manhattan MT

Key Car Facts

  • Model Year: 1972
  • Odometer: 208,000
  • Engine: 2.4L
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Condition: Excellent

Ad Information

  • City/Area: Manhattan
  • State/Region: Montana
  • Contact Name: Mike F.
  • Phone: (406) 209-0792
  • Email: gomofoe@aol.com


More Details & Pictures

This is a one-owner, numbers matching, factory AC, rust-free car. It has been garaged and covered most of its life. It runs and drives well. This z has 208,000 miles. The engine was rebuilt at 96000 miles. It was originally Chartreuse, now painted a 1978 z car burgundy. Included with the car is a new dash, 2 of the original wheels and hubcaps, steering wheel, and radio.

Upgrades: Alpine stereo w/CD, tweeters and 8” sub, headers-dual exhaust w/glass packs, radiator Shroud w/electric fan, cloth cover, front/rear spoilers, side skirts with molded splash guards, rear shade kit, AC retrofitted for R134 freon, nitrogen shocks, new springs (2+2 on the rear), dual mirrors, chrome wheels, cruise control, console storage pad, new front bra (never used) and tinted door and rear side windows.

Known issues: Seats need reupholstery, driver’s side rear turn signal does not work (needs new switch on column), shimmy in rear end at about 60mph, driver’s door needs adjustment (see pictures), dash has 2 cracks (see pictures), small dent in driver’s door (can be pulled out with damaging paint), wipers are sluggish (needs grease removed and replaced).

Last Updated on March 31, 2022 by 240zAds


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1 Comment

  1. This might be a long shot. But would you take 15k. But you can keep the motor and transmission? Would pay cash also

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