Also, I am thinking of aftermarket gauges. Who makes the best fit?
Brand new to the gauges ideas...
After running my 240z for 20 to 30 minutes and then parking the car if i leave the engine on at idle the rpm tends to lower intermittently to 500 rpm. If i decide to turn theLast Post By: Mark Maras 1 Hour Ago
i've been having intermittent hard-starting, which has culminated in total non-starting.
the car has been my DD for a few months and i've replaced all the sensors, injector connectors, fuel lines and vacuum hoses.
The Zfuel thread was getting kinda long, so I thought I would start a fresh one along with the new update. The original thread is here: http://www.classiczcars.com/forums/f...964-zfuel.htmlLast Post By: Captain Obvious 2 Hours Ago
Posted this over on the hybridz.org site, but figured I'd try my luck here as well, apologies if this is against the rules, I'll remove this if it is:
First post but I figured I would get the best help here. I have stumbled upon a 1977 280z running on a Chevy 350. I messeged back and forth with the owner and we are setting
As promised on my previous thread from October, I am planning to do another group buy for the members of the CZCC for chrome plating of both plastic and metal Z car
When I removed the aftermarket mirrors the PO installed on my car three holes were left on each side of the car when I put a stock mirror back on the drivers side. Two workers at a local paint andLast Post By: ZCurves 8 Hours Ago
Been lurking for a few months, slowly restoring my new-to-me 78 z and loving it, BUT...
I've hit a wall with an electrical problem concerning the starting system. Some background:
I replaced the fusible links with maxi-fuse
Even my wife noticed that my clothes did not smell like exhaust after driving now.
Over the winter I removed my vapor tank and gas tank to POR15 them – It’s one of those “while I am at it” things, so I might as well tackle the vapor hoses.
Be sure to follow this thread as well
It's been a while since I posted an update so I thought I would through up a few new pics and some somber news. We'll start with the good stuff, after reconstructing the front end and putting her all back together I had been slowly fixing things and making her look prettier.
Here's how she looked when I put her back on the road after over a decade of slumber.