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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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    Moving to SoCal July 2015

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Help me pick my new suspension!

Suspension and Steering Yesterday, 11:11 AM
I've been spending most of today trying to talk myself into spending the money on coilovers, but it's hard to ignore the Vogtland + Stagg combo on eBay for under $300 if the Stagg parts are Good Enough.  That price difference would pay for at least the carpet, seats and dashboard, and probab...
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Who actually did S30's styling? We can make it clear

History 25 Oct 2009
If there are parallel timelines as some say exist and we exist on them it might be possible that some of us were involved in the styling design of the Z car, in another time and place.  
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New to me 73 240z

Open Discussions Today, 12:12 PM
Nice car! You're ahead of the pack already. There's another Jersey guy that has a '73 recently bought, Matthew. Maybe y'all could exchange some help betweenest the two. Welcome to our forum.
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The "CHG" light is on, seat belt reminder chimes....

Electrical Yesterday, 11:30 AM
Great, thanks. I'll check and clean the terminals and cables.
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1973 Rebuild

Open S30 Z Discussions Yesterday, 04:56 PM
Speaking of previous owner body work, here's a question: have you ever heard of anyone skim coating the roof with bondo in order to strengthen it? This is the one thing (other than riveting metal to the floor) that I feel like I have to undo immediately. I knew these cars have thin metal, and I k...
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Help me pick my new suspension!

Suspension and Steering Yesterday, 11:11 AM
i have the stagg struts on eibach springs on my '78 and like them. not a track setup, but great for spirited street use. my z is a dd so i need commuter comfort as well and this does the trick.  the biggest single handling improvement, however will come from a set of thick sway bars. totally...
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[2015] What Did You Do To/with Your Z Today?

What I Did Today 31 Dec 2014
Thanks Zup for your kind words, I have the invoices and receipts for the rebuild and they're an eye opener to be honest, the engine bay just needs a clean up, steam clean and polish, I like doing the detailing, Here's the engine bay at the moment, I'm going to anodise the throttle linkage etc ove...
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78 air intake probs

Help Me !! 22 May 2015
yeah I don't think I have a bad AFM and I agree I think my adjusting it is just working around the problem the tach doesn't go crazy it seems to follow the rpms fine I'll try a couple things you guys suggested
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Help me pick my new suspension!

Suspension and Steering Yesterday, 11:11 AM
I like that they have a bolt-in option, but they'd still require cutting and welding the struts, right?  That's not something I'm capable of doing, so I'd have to find a shop to do it, which means added cost.   And honestly at $1200, they're already a bit more than I was hoping to spend...
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[2015] What Did You Do To/with Your Z Today?

What I Did Today 31 Dec 2014
Red7  If the outside of your Z is a preview, the engine bay should be a real treat for all that love to see them as original.   Some serious coin has been spent on this beauty even before you imported it to the UK. I can't imagine the cartage and tariff fees associated with that.  ...
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