Just joined the forum last week, and so far it looks like an invaluable resource. You guys have so much info here.
In any case, after a several year search, I finally found the car I was looking for- a relatively low mileage 1970 240Z, with not too
Title says it all. Been searching threads and I've seen vapor lock, heat seat issues, etc but none of the symptoms seem to match my issue.
After flushing the fuel pipes,
I have replaced everything in the drivetrain except the Diff in my Z. I am going to do this in stages.
First I am going to buy an R180 STI LSD differential. Already bidding on one on
I took my car out yesterday for a short drive and the first thing I noticed was the BRAKE light inside the speedometer on. I fiddled with the e-brake switch to no avail and checked to make sure the fluids wereLast Post By: jeremy93ls 4 Hours Ago
Well, the dwell/tach that I bought in 1969 finally died! They just don't build them like they used to, or wait a minute - they did build them pretty good back then.
I used the dwell very seldom
Since I'm not restoring the Z to concours level, would these fuel line clamps be equal or better than the OE clamps? Just want to make sure!
My 1972 Z has the dealer installed AC. I know I can just start taking things apart, but if any of the forum members have some helpful tips on how to approach this I wouldLast Post By: Captain Obvious 13 Hours Ago
Basically, I found this 1973 240z through word of mouth. It was not listed for sale anywhere. The story is it was an older gentleman's old time hot rod. He had a heart attack. I bought it from the guy's sister. My only intention is to get it in the hands of a Z fan, and not cut up or in the scrap yard.
When I bought it, the car was on jack stands. There is the typical rust. The guy clearly loved the car at one point. I bought it with clear New Mexico title,