I probably would too. And they're easier to find parts for. I had a 70 240Z that I rebuilt from the ground up, typical resto job that needed the floor pans replaced and wheel well rust fixed. I molded in rear flares, rear spoiler, and repainted the car piece by piece after disassembling it. It turned out really well. Then I bought a 77 280Z that ran better and was a much more sophisticated car. I rolled it at over 100mph, and the experience left such an impression that I couldn't bear driving the 240Z anymore. The interior was almost identical, and it was like reliving the accident every time I came to another curve. I ended up selling it to my brother, and buying a 79 Mustang LX 5.0 notchback.Marqman said:I would get the 240z!