Nissan’s use of the Fair Lady name - later Fairlady - was the result of the company’s CEO, Katsuji Kawamata having once seen the musical, My Fair Lady on Broadway. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe custom Fairlady goes by 240Z here in the states, but will you find its price to be fair maybe?
Trying to sell a car in non-running condition - especially one where there are plenty of runners around against which it must compete - is sort of like betting on a dead horse to win the Derby. In either situation you’re not likely to come away with much cash in hand.
Some cash in hand, a cup of coffee, hell, anything to fill his mitts, would be a good idea for the seller of yesterday’s 1995 Nissan 300ZX with its blown VH45DE just to keep him from cutting any more holes in it. Oh yeah, and with its 80% Crack Pipe loss, it looks like its price is a non-starter too.