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    Disaster stuck this morning. The pretty gold 1970 Z was totaled in an accident. I'm fine, no major injuries, just pissed to the bone.HLS30-00721 will soon be razor blades.-p1010001.jpgHLS30-00721 will soon be razor blades.-p1010002.jpgHLS30-00721 will soon be razor blades.-p1010004.jpgHLS30-00721 will soon be razor blades.-p1010006.jpgHLS30-00721 will soon be razor blades.-p1010005.jpgHLS30-00721 will soon be razor blades.-p1010003.jpg
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    First & Third owner of HLS30-00721
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    WOW!!!! how'd it happen? i feel for ya.
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    I think I'm going to be sick. So sorry Frank. That was one of my favorite cars! Guy
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    OH NO! Wow, I'm so sorry to see that. What are you going to do now? Hopefully you can pull what's left and build another Z.
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    Damn dude, I'm speachless, SOOOOO SORRY.

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    I need a moment.

    This is not fair. I had your car as a screen saver for a while.
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    First , glad to hear your OK. I'm truly sorry for your loss especially with the history you had with the car. Did you have an agreed upon value with your insurance company? I hope you did. That car was beautiful and I'm sure it took a couple of green backs to get it there. Good luck with the insurance company.

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    Tell me you are going to do a buy back on the car and build again.

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    Ouch, I hate to see something like that happen, especially to a Z in such great shape! Hopefully, you'll have some insurance money and you can buy back what's left and use it in your next Z.
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    Hi Frank:
    I'm very glad to hear that you are OK - but very sorry for your loss. That is a real shame..

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    Frank:
    I'm glad to hear that you are OK, driving in Houston suck. I live in Houston if you need help pulling her a part.

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    Glad you're OK, sorry for the loss of your Z. Interesting to see the "crumple zones" that absorbed the impact. Were your seatbelts helpful? I often wonder about the ones in my '71.
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    Wow, so sad to see a car that has so much history with its owner meet its end in such a tragic way. I am sad for the loss of a beautiful car but happy that the car protected you from injury. I have not see one that hit that hard in a long time. Godspeed.

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    Frank,
    Do not give up hope. I have some Series One parts that may help a fellow Texan get the car back on the road.
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    I'll try to answer your inquiries and will ask you guys a question or two as well.

    Was driving in the left lane (of course) of a 4-lane tollway at the speed limit. Had I been going 10 over as I usually do, none of this would have happened. A landscape truck towing a trailer was in the far right lane. He was a few yards ahead of me, but traffic was light and there were no cars between us so I saw the trailer come off his truck and immediately veer, hard left. I immediately nailed the brakes but the changing trajectory of the trailer (a decreasing radius arc) made it impossible to avoid. Because of the impact, the Z was kicked 90 degrees to the right and with the momentum of my speed and the stickiness of my tires, instead of spinning I was sent scooting across the 3 remaining lanes of traffic toot-sweet, headlong into the jersey barrier. Brakes didn't help, as the right front wheel was broken and I had zero steering control. The entire front suspension had been wiped out.

    Fortunately, witnesses of the event included two nurses on their way to work and I got more pulse taken and hand patting than I've had in a long time. Wouldn't let me get out of the car to survey the damage. EMS showed up, bolted me to a board and carted me off for CT and X-rays. All is well, but I can't sneeze without a lot of pain. Bruised ribs. They'll heal. But my baby is gone. Thank God for Hagerty. They've been with me four times today, checking on me, making sure I'm OK, explaining what'll happen next, etc.

    Now a question of all of you that may know how stuff like this works. I do plan on getting another Z. I'm not going to go as deep into the "new" Z in terms of performance, though. There are a few things I'd like to garner off the now-deceased Z such as the ZX tranny (if it wasn't damaged), the .390 differential, some goo-gaws under the hood, the 2400 valve cover, maybe the carbs and manifold, you know, stuff like that. What and how do I discuss with the adjuster the removal of any item from the car? Any expertise you can lend will be greatly appreciated and used to the fullest extent possible.

    Thanks for your comments and concerns. You guys truly are appreciated.

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    Thanks, Carl. If you would, please update your registry to reflect the demise of HLS30-00721. I know he'd appreciate the obituary....

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    I have never dealt with Hagerty, but I would ask the adjuster exactly what you asked us. They, better than anyone, should understand that there are a few parts worth keeping for your next Z. They might, however, offer you a buy-back. I totaled my wife's 4Runner in December when I hit a deer and I bought the wrecked truck back from State Farm. They said all or nothing as they wouldn't let me swap or take any individual parts. As much as it hurts to see your wrecked baby in the garage, a parts car is a huge benefit when building a new one. It looks like the hatch, rear bumper, rear suspension, much of the interior, the engine, trans, a few of the wheels, etc, etc are still good and can be reused.
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    First, really glad to hear you are fine. Second, WOW! Again, really glad you are fine and sorry see a Z in that condition.

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    Oh the horror...
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    From one 920 gold to another, this is almost an unbelievable loss. A beautiful car, now just a beautiful memory. Your description of the accident is horrific, glad you are OK. As unintentional as it might be, the crush on the front end is what probably saved you from serious harm. I'm sure the folks at Hagerty have previously entertained all the salvage questions you will come up with and those you might forget to ask. They will likely take good care of you.

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    You could always buy Randy's #797 with your payoff. It's not your #721, but she is pretty and you could grow to love her. http://www.classiczcars.com/forums/s...ats-me-on-EBay
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    Really sorry to hear about what happened but am greatful you're okay.
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    Heavily medicated for your protection

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    Ouch!!!

    Glad to hear that you made it through OK. Knowing what car accidents were like back in the 70's I am always worried about the risk of a major collision.
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    I'm so glad you are safe. It is really heartbreaking about the car. I'm sure you can collect a lot of good parts from it. Is it legal to keep the VIN plate?
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    Quote Originally Posted by d240zx2 View Post
    Thanks, Carl. If you would, please update your registry to reflect the demise of HLS30-00721. I know he'd appreciate the obituary....

    Frank
    When people die doing something they loved - we all say; "well at least they died doing something they loved". There is no question in my mind that our 240Z's love carrying their original owners, at high speed in the left lane... Far better than being wiped out while sitting at a traffic light!! I'll list him with full honors as K.I.A. and with 42 years of service.

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    That picture of the strut bar is a testimonial to the forces endured in the collision(s). So glad to hear that you are ok. I know the frustration you must feel after all the work- believe me I know.

    However, you WILL be driving one again.

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    That just sucks. I am almost speachless.

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    Hi Frank,

    Those pictures are disturbing for a fellow Z guy to see! I am amazed to hear that you only received minor injuries given the severity of the crash. Count your blessing to be writing this post!

    My body shop does hot rods and has dealt with Haggerty before. He swears by them and feels they are the best when it comes to collector car insurance. His experience in the past was they approved repairs over the phone without sending an adjuster to the shop. Once the job was done they mailed a check to his shop promptly. So hopefully you are going to be treated well by Haggerty. Please keep us posted as I am also insured with Haggerty.

    Good luck!
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    Good to hear you are ok. What Im about to say may sound cold hearted, but IMHO this was a blessing that it happened as it did. If a heavy collision is unavoidable like ths one, it might as well be hard enough to total the car, yet soft enough to allow you to walk out of the ER in one piece. The alternatives are typically worse. You could have ended up with a car that would never be the same again after fixing it, and worse, a 3 month hospital stay.

    Surely it's better to have avoided getting into accident altogether, but who knows:if you had sped up, you may have ended up arriving at an intersection 5 minutes later, just in time to get T-boned by a red light runner.
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    She saved your life. Glad you are here to post it. The car can be replaced. Save the VIN and ID plates if you can, as mementos, that you can frame along with photos of her. Feel better soon.
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    I can not help but think about the safety of my own car, brakes and suspension. You probably saved your own life, more than your car.

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    Our worst nightmare. I thank the stars that you survived. Your Z gave it's life for you.

    Now, go get another!

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    Tragic loss for a car guy! Freaky circumstances. Good the impact occurred as it did. 70's design technology puts us all at risk when we venture out, all of a sudden I'm feeling better about my cage-protected 240. Here's hoping there's another brilliant Z in your (very near) future!

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    Nasty crash, glad you are alright. Sounds like you were put into a situation I do not really think you could of got out of, if I understand the situation correctly a trailer came off a truck and left you with not many options. Might of been worse if you overreacted and or tried too hard to avoid the trailer, one of those things you will never really know but definitely could of been worse, far worse. You mentioned your ribs got bruised up, did you hit the steering wheel or was it just due to the seat belt? Curious as to what belts you had in the car and how you felt they performed. Your situation, and once again I am so sorry for your loss of the car and injuries, makes me rethink my choice in seat belts since I just have a lap belt at the moment and it would be wise of me to upgrade to something else.
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    Frank, so sorry this happened to you (and the early Z)!! Hopefully his parts will go to help other cars that need to survive!
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    I still say that if you are going to get another early car, you need to take the buy back optionon this one. There are thousands of dollars in used parts on that disfigured beauty you will need or want to transplant to the next car. You can call the new one Frankinstine and think of Ol' Yeller when you get behind the wheel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wade View Post
    Nasty crash, glad you are alright. Sounds like you were put into a situation I do not really think you could of got out of, if I understand the situation correctly a trailer came off a truck and left you with not many options. Might of been worse if you overreacted and or tried too hard to avoid the trailer, one of those things you will never really know but definitely could of been worse, far worse. You mentioned your ribs got bruised up, did you hit the steering wheel or was it just due to the seat belt? Curious as to what belts you had in the car and how you felt they performed. Your situation, and once again I am so sorry for your loss of the car and injuries, makes me rethink my choice in seat belts since I just have a lap belt at the moment and it would be wise of me to upgrade to something else.
    New webbing, stock buckles and hardware. The belt is what compressed my ribcage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    Frank, so sorry this happened to you (and the early Z)!! Hopefully his parts will go to help other cars that need to survive!
    Already working on that Mike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 5thhorsemann View Post
    I still say that if you are going to get another early car, you need to take the buy back optionon this one. There are thousands of dollars in used parts on that disfigured beauty you will need or want to transplant to the next car. You can call the new one Frankinstine and think of Ol' Yeller when you get behind the wheel.
    I'm thinking that direction, 5th. My step-son already has a '70 spotted for me w/20K alleged miles. That may be a bit of misinformation, though. We'll just wait and see.
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    Hope it's a winner, would be one lucky car.

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    There is a low # 70 in Oregon that a member here just pulled out of a barn. Needs work, but it is a sub 2000 VIN. He has picture in his post. Hope you are feeling better.

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    that sucks.
    at least youll heal.
    good luck with another one.
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    Check with Hagerty in regards to the salvage value of the car. Most of the companies I dealt with will allow you to buy it back for that value. I am pretty sure you won't be allowed to take anything off the car. They are settling the claim on an agreed value basis which means they give you the amount on the policy (no depreciation /haggling) and they take the car. Hagerty is my favorite classic car company and have placed most of my classic car clients with them.

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    I discussed this with them today. Should have a salvage value within a few days.

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    Check with Hagerty in regards to the salvage value of the car. Most of the companies I dealt with will allow you to buy it back for that value. I am pretty sure you won't be allowed to take anything off the car. They are settling the claim on an agreed value basis which means they give you the amount on the policy (no depreciation /haggling) and they take the car. Hagerty is my favorite classic car company and have placed most of my classic car clients with them.
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    Frank, My condolences for your loss. But, I am very glad to know that you came out of the tragedy non-the-less for wear. Let us know how the community can support you in your efforts to put four wheels back onto the road.

    We'll all be interested to know how well Hagerty's takes care of you, since many of us in the club use Hagerty's services. Tony
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    d240zx2......that was a tragic episode but your fine and a substitute is in the horizon......heal fast and best of luck with the new Z.

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    Another butterscotch Z owner chiming in now.
    Frank, I'm glad to hear you're okay, but what about my "cousin" Sue? Was she with you?

    I'm distressed to hear about your car's misfortune, as she's one of the prettiest I've seen
    and especially, knowing about your personal history with her. Listen Frank, you have got
    to save that car, again with your personal history, but also with the low VIN number.
    I've seen some pretty bad wrecks, worse than yours, get straightened out so's you would
    never know the difference. In fact, I once did one when I was at auto body repair school;
    later it was used as both a drive-around company car for the school and a display at fairs
    for what could be done by their students. A full book of "before, after, and during" photos
    and finished in BLACK to see if there were any imperfections. Not to portray myself as
    any kind of hero, just to encourage you with what CAN, SHOULD, AND MUST be done.

    As one of the guys suggested above, if you have agreed value insurance with Hagerty and
    you insured her high enough, that is a great start, if not TOTAL coverage. But whether or
    not, it's obviously the fault of the trailer owner, and HIS insuror should cover it first. I
    would let Hagerty and his carrier duke it out to get you full coverage under a provision
    called "subrogation." All this failing, I would have no reservation whatsoever about hauling
    the case off into a court of law. My philosophy is simple: you were in no way at fault, so
    there is no possible reason you should have to be out ONE PENNY for your misfortune. In
    fact, if I were on the jury, you would be remunerated for inconvenience and distress, even
    ABOVE the cost of the repairs/rebuild/restoration/whatever.

    One of the nice aspects of being affiliated with Hagerty is that they have contacts all
    over the country, maybe even the WORLD, with whom they can find and obtain even very
    hard-to-find, obsolescent or obsolete parts. Another recommendation I want to make, is
    to deal with a very reputable classic car restoration facility. In fact, under the circum-
    stances, I wouldn't be a bit bashful or reluctant about taking her to the best one I could
    find. I can say that, because I know #721 firsthand, upclose and personal, and there is
    no legal reason whatsoever she should not be brought back (yes, restored) to her pre-
    vious state.

    And as another brother stated above, if Hagerty and your restoration shop can't find a part
    or two that you need, there are several hundreds or thousands of sets of eyes and ears
    right on this website that I would bet would WILLINGLY help you.

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    Ah, gee! That's horrible! Glad you're OK. My condolences.
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    I am sooo sorry to see what has happened - I am actually physically ill looking at the pictures. I am very glad to hear that you are OK. If you are able to get the car-cass from Hagerty, you can store it for for free with my parts car in Humble, TX until you can get all of your goodies off it and otherwise pick it clean. Just PM me. Maybe we can meet for a beer at Crabby Daddy's to mourn.
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    Frank, such a tragedy for a sharp car. I saw and heard 00721 at Uptown Park some time back. Glad you're able to Z another day.

    Let me know if you need an old set of SUs to do a sneak swap for your Mikunis....
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    Just wanted to say that your car was auctioned in a sealed bid today. It was on corpart.com. Don't know what it sold for.

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    Thanks. I was told I'd have a buy-back number yesterday or today. I looked on copart.com but there was no way I could find to search for prior auction bids.
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    Frank,

    Like the others, I'm sorry for your loss but thankful you were not severly hurt in the wreck. Hope you can find another Z to fill the void. It would be interesting to know who bought old 721: https://www.autobidmaster.com/carfin...TX_SC_HOUSTON/

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    as far as I can tell once the auction is complete there is no way to find out if or what it sold for. I do a lot of searching there and your car came up on the day of sale, normally their listed for a few days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by az240z View Post
    Just wanted to say that your car was auctioned in a sealed bid today. It was on corpart.com. Don't know what it sold for.
    Wait, what? Did Frank's car get sold at auction? I thought he was working on a buy back price from Hagerty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff G 78 View Post
    Wait, what? Did Frank's car get sold at auction? I thought he was working on a buy back price from Hagerty.
    If this is the case, there is a problem, the owner should always get first right of refusal on the buy back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 5thhorsemann View Post
    If this is the case, there is a problem, the owner should always get first right of refusal on the buy back.
    Maybe he did and didn't like the price.

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    my condolences to you for your Z, it was a beautiful car, maybe you can save another one!
    - HLS30-00655 240z on a long road ahead

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    Quote Originally Posted by doradox View Post
    Maybe he did and didn't like the price.
    see post #53, 4 hours ago, looks like he gets to match the top offer or something.

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    That is correct, 5th. I am given right of first refusal on the auction price. Haven't heard from Hagerty as of this writing.... tick, tick, tick....
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    Hey Frank, without saying what they gave you, can you buy/build another car with what you got for yours? As much as it sucks, I hope you can at least get into a similar Z without money out of your pocket.
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    Yes, Jeff, easily.
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    Glad to hear it Frank!
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    Frank, I'm so sorry to hear the news.

    Kenny at the shop relayed the information to me.

    Here is a photo I took just a few weeks back at the 59 Diner Meet.



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    You're breaking my heart, Dan. Thanks for the memories....
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    So, any news on the buy back?

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    Just this morning. A lot higher than I'd anticipated (although my experience with this sort of thing is ZERO) @ $2500. Gonna buy it back. If nothing else, I can reclaim the VIN plates for a little book I'm putting together documenting the life of the car.

    Since I haven't decided on a replacement Z yet, I'll inventory the useable parts in the next few weeks to see what I might be able to use on another S30. The rest will be up for sale. Stay tuned, sports fans. The listing will be under the appropriate topic, and not here.
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    $2500 sounds very reasonable considering that the engine, trans, diff, brakes, etc are likely fine. It sucks to lose the car, but at least part of it can live on as part of your next S30. It's amazing what you can salvage. Be sure to remove and save EVERY nut, bolt, clip, etc. Rust free fasteners will come in very handy in the future. I have about five S30's worth of fasteners all sorted by size and type and I use them constantly.
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    Strange things hapen glad your OK. you ran in a loose trayler or may i correct the trailer ran into you. When i bough my Z
    the very next day that i brouth it home i was going fishing with friend and a truck lost a set of wheel and i slamed it
    in the face totaled my Pickup, trailer and boat. every one in the truck were not injured. but at the end i would say it did
    cost 10000$ insurance problem in Canada you cannot insure a boat for a full year there is always a dearmement period
    for the winter so i was not insured. had to go against the trucking company lots of problems. Evaluation against evaluation etc..
    If it would have happend a week before i would not have bougth the Z. I would have
    waited a bit. Now i got the car but i am waiting a bit to work on it i just did what needed to be done so i can drive it in
    Canada. when i see a car damaged like this i know you where lucky eaven if you lost your car. It is metal after all
    A few pictures of my crash.

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    And you lived through that?
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    Frank,
    It is good to see that you will be getting another Z and be able to part out your poor friend. You should have a disassembly party with all of the Houston area club members. BYOB Beer and BBQ - I bet we could have you all parted out in a day!
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    JeanP - Glad you're OK, sorry about your rig.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZCurves View Post
    Frank,
    It is good to see that you will be getting another Z and be able to part out your poor friend. You should have a disassembly party with all of the Houston area club members. BYOB Beer and BBQ - I bet we could have you all parted out in a day!
    Andrew! What a terrific idea. I'll pass it by Doug and see what he thinks.
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    That is a great idea!!

    Give us guys with kids some heads up so we can get permission from the wives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zedyone_kenobi View Post
    That is a great idea!!

    Give us guys with kids some heads up so we can get permission from the wives.
    You need to explore your inner cave man.....
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    yeah, he gets to come out and play every once in a while...

    ha ha

    I give my wife too hard a time. She really gives my datsun activities pretty much free reign. I am rather lucky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by d240zx2 View Post
    And you lived through that?

    Yes still alive as you are !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zedyone_kenobi View Post
    That is a great idea!!

    Give us guys with kids some heads up so we can get permission from the wives.
    My wife`s name is Joane

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    HaHa!!!
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    I'm a little late to jump on this thread, but I just want to share the same sentiment along with everyone else's.....And glad you're ok. I do have to say that I hope your next Z is done as tastefully as the previous one. That car was a looker alright....Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d240zx2 View Post
    Andrew! What a terrific idea. I'll pass it by Doug and see what he thinks.
    If this were something that you wanted to do, I could talk my brother into letting us use his shop. He owns a full service transmission shop in Humble (a couple of club members have been there). The shop has lifts, plenty of air, a forklift, torches, lots of parking, a kitchen and BBQ grill! When we're done, you can haul off your booty and leave the remains for the metal guy (I am thinking there won't will be much left over..). If any other guys wanted to change oil or do simple repairs - the lifts are available - just bring your own oil / parts. Let me know what you think.
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