The Datsun 240Z ushered in a new era for Japanese automakers in the US, proving that small econoboxes and motorcycles weren't the only thing that the Land of the Rising Sun could make — they could also produce a good-looking, good-performing sportscar. Datsun used the Jaguar E-Type as inspiration, with the 240Z coming with a 2.4-liter inline-six, independent suspension, and long hood fastback bodywork that still turns heads today. This 1971 240Z Series I is a perfectly-preserved example, having covered only 21,000 miles since new and is presented in time-capsule condition. Delivered to Munson Datsuns of Marion, Indiana, the car stayed in the showroom and was gifted to the dealership's owner's son for a graduation present. After Dr. Munson passed away, a colleague bought the car and is now passing it on to its next owner. With copious documentation and immaculate original condition, you won't find a better 240Z anywhere.