Need for Speed Payback Nissan Fairlady 240ZG 1971 Derelict Parts Location - League 73

Need for Speed Payback Nissan Fairlady 240ZG 1971 Derelict Parts Location - League 73

In this guide for Need for Speed Payback Derelict Locations we will explain how to unlock each derelict car quest and where to find the parts for the 1965 Ford Mustang, Nissan 240Z, 1963 VW Beetle, Chevrolet C10 Stepside Pickup 1965, and Chevrolet Bel Air 1955 Derelict Car Parts. League 73, Shift Lock, Riot Club, Runner Events, and Graveyard Shift derelict cars.

One of the five Need for Speed: Payback Derelict Cars you can find is the 1971 Nissan Fairlady 240ZG. The Nissan 240ZG is a brilliant car once you upgrade it from stock. To get behind the wheel of the derelict car from the League 73 events you’ll need to carry out a number of tasks first, then find all the car parts. This guide to the League 73 Nissan 240Z car part locations will give you all the info you need. Follow our tips and you'll soon get the abandoned Nissan Fairlady that's hidden in the game world.

Just in case you need anything else to do with Need for Speed: Payback, including tips and tricks, and a complete list of every other Derelict Car in the game, head on over to our Need for Speed Payback guides walkthrough hub.

How to get the Derelict 1971 Nissan 240Z in Need for Speed Payback

To get clues for the locations of the Nissan 240z chassis and the four car parts to build this derelict car, you’ll first have to complete all the League 73 events (the purple event icons). Do this, then beat League 73 boss Udo Roth in a one-on-one and he’ll point you towards the location of the Derelict Nissan 240z chassis. Find this and you’ll get the clues to the four car part locations. We’ve got the locations of those, and tips on how to reach them, for you below.

Nissan Fairlady 240ZG 1971 Derelict Chassis Location

The chassis for the Nissan Fairlady 240ZG 1971 Derelict in NFS Payback can be found just north west of the airfield. Follow the road that leads from the lighter brown into a darker brown area (on the map) and you’ll come to small home. The chassis is round the back.

1971 Nissan 240Z Derelict Car Part Locations - League 73 Derelict Car

There are four car parts to find for the 1971 Nissan 240Z Derelict. Follow our map locations below and you’ll get all the parts and be able to build the Nissan 240Z. We’ve indicated which part we’re going for my referring to each quarter of the clue picture.

Nissan Fairlady 240ZG 1971 Derelict Car Part 1 (Top Left)

The first car part for the derelict Nissan Fairlady 240Z 1971 can be found near the location on the map above. The marker on the map shows where the ramp is. Jump off this to reach the car part.

Nissan Fairlady 240ZG 1971 Derelict Car Part 2 (Top Right)

Once again you’ll need to find a ramp to reach this Nissan Fairlady 240Z derelict car part. This is found in the north of the map. If heading from the east you’ll need to take a right off the freeway, go past the marker on the map above, then look for a dirt track leading off the right. The ramp is up there.

Nissan Fairlady 240ZG 1971 Derelict Car Part 3 (Bottom Left)

Head to the area marked on the map above. It’s fairly central on the map, not far east from a gas station. When you’re close you’ll hear the beeping and hopefully spot a ramp. Charge up this ramp and you’ll reach the third car part for the derelict Nissan Fairlady 240Z 1971.

Nissan Fairlady 240ZG 1971 Derelict Car Part 4 (Bottom Right)

The final car part for the derelict Nissan Fairlady 240Z 1971 is found in the north east of the map, west of the gas station. You’ll find another ramp. Zoom up this and you’ll land on a high ridge where you can find the final car part.

This might be it for this particular Need for Speed: Payback Derelict Car, but make sure to follow the link near the top of the guide, where you can find the locations of every other Derelict Car scattered across the vast map of Fortune City. Or click on one of the following: Ford Mustang 1965 Derelict Car Guide - Graveyard Shift, our Nissan Fairlady 240ZG 1971 Derelict Car Guide - League 73, our Volkswagen Beetle 1963 Derelict Car Guide - Shift Lock, our Chevrolet C10 Stepside Pickup 1965 Derelict Car Guide - Riot Club, or our Chevrolet Bel Air 1955 Derelict Car Guide - Runner Events

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