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Coefficient of drag for 240Z??? - Miscellaneous Tech - HybridZ
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I wrote this down one time, I don't know where it came from but here it goes: The CD for a 240Z is .476 , and that there is under 20 sq ft of frontal area.
Such beautiful lines on what is that a 240-Z?

Somewhere I have a C of D link bookmarked with many cars listed, did a search and the best I could find is the above.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drag_coefficient


Tamerlane's Thoughts: Coefficients of drag of old cars




EDIT: .41 to .42 isn't all impressive for this VW (better than the Z's near .48), and I assume it has a more or less flat floor pan too. I'll admit that a bit perplexed by some of this.

T3 Aerodynamics

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Looks like it might be the SP2 from the profile
Vw Sp2 1974 Azul/Blue
Vw Sp2 1974 Azul - Ano 1974 - 94000 km - no MercadoLivre


MORE random pics...... - Page 3619 - Pelican Parts Technical BBS


Still better C of D than a brick though, right?

I was showing brick-like vehicles when I started this thread, suppose we could or should keep to that theme?
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