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    hawaii z

    i have a 04/1972 240z vin#hls3076649 i bought in hawaii in 1977 that has less yhan 6,500 original miles.how do i find out what day it was produced my b-day is 04/20/1958

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[2015] What Did You Do To/with Your Z Today?

What I Did Today 31 Dec 2014
Got good and fed up with the diff shaking itself loose on the mustache bar. Pulled the mustache bar out, cut a piece of 3/8 plate, welded it to the back of the bar and used a step-bit to hone the hole out to a few thou tighter than the new bolts are round. Threaded some 10.9 bolts through the pla...
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NGK BP6ES spark plug burn color OK?

Carburetor Central 25 May 2015
Since I put the SM needles in, I think I'm going to give blue method a go. Picking up a used wideband next week! I was going to switch back to stock needles, but the new motor is going in, in about a month anyhow so I might as wel keep them for the time being.
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1973 Rebuild

Open S30 Z Discussions 23 May 2015
Ron Coover in Shippensburg is the blaster (717) 532-6540. They also do body and paint. We've used him for smaller things but he has a large building for blasting. I'd guess about $500 to do a car.   Chuck
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NGK BP6ES spark plug burn color OK?

Carburetor Central 25 May 2015
Well i finally managed to tune both front and rear carbs at a Little less than 3 and a half turns. I am using Automatic Transmission Fluid as damper oil. However, i am getting a hesitation and stumbling if i drive the car at slow speed between 1st and 2nd gear or if the car passes through a bumpy...
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Just ordered my Rebello 3.0, now what

Engine and Drivetrain 03 Mar 2014
I feel like this is thr kind of problem I seem to have over and over. Simple fixes that appear to be larger than they are, and therefore immensely stressful. Cheers again for the starter advice, that gear reduction model is nothing short of insane.
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260z Brake Failure - Jump, Roll & Fire

Racing 26 May 2015
I agree with John. A good frame shop can assess the damage & determine if it's worth repairing. Years ago I loaned my Z to a good friend who promptly ran it head first into a curb when he didn't make a corner. The entire nose of the car was drooping a couple of inches & the insurance tota...
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Just ordered my Rebello 3.0, now what

Engine and Drivetrain 03 Mar 2014
I bet you feel like superman after finding a simple fix to what looked like an enormous problem. Good start to the weekend.
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'75 280Z Headlight Relay Upgrade

Electrical 13 Nov 2014
Found good size relay box from Junkyard Toyota car. From my schematic, I can just modify wiring within Engine bay.   IMG_8303.jpg   It fits 3 relays and 1 30A fuse.   Hi Tamo,   Looks like it will make a nice clean setup when you finish. Be sure to take some photos when yo...
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The future of bumpers and body panels

Open Chit Chat Yesterday, 10:57 PM
That's an excellent question. Unfortunately, I don't recall the documentary covering that aspect. They did show a car body panel that had substantial damage, repair itself in a sub zero temperature. I wonder if you dropped the temp. too far, you wouldn't end up with a flat sided flat topped vehic...
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Just ordered my Rebello 3.0, now what

Engine and Drivetrain 03 Mar 2014
Soo glad I was wrong. Good job finding it. I likely would have started tearing things apart only to confirm nothing was wrong & have to keep searching.
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