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About JSM

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  1. Hey guys sorry, I got a PM last night and it sold. Thanks Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  2. Understand completely. I'm steeling the 79 NA EFI for my 71, then will use an 86 EFI Turbo harness and then maybe start playing with my electromotive setup I have. I'm really slow at stuff! I've had so many direction changes that have come full circle. Part of the fun of it for me is just figuring it out. I have all this turbo stuff and then drove an LS1 car and was like wow! Now I'm back playing with the L6 stuff. My wife just shakes her head.
  3. Ah makes sense. Your on hybrid too right? You saw this thread: http://forums.hybridz.org/topic/73970-z31-vg30et-into-an-s30-project-outline/ When he had it up for sale I was so tempted! I'll have a spare Vg30 when I'm done swapping out my bad turbo motor. Hmmm....
  4. Gotcha. You saw this also. I think this what the link referenced I believe. I don't think it's anymore than you already know. http://www.xenonzcar.com/z31/engines.html Aside from the year, what are you trying to determine? You trying to know if if came from a Z, truck or sedan? You might call Nissan directly and see if they can tell.
  5. Not sure if you saw this in your searching: https://z31performance.com/forum/z31-performance-upgrade-forums/engine-mechanical-aa/12307-block-identification
  6. This was an eBay buy and I needed a 72-73 boot since my car was swapped to a 5-speed. $20 plus shipping.
  7. The first car is now on eBay: https://www.ebay.com/itm/252825366625
  8. Well I found this one today at least it's only $750, lol!
  9. Lol, yeah I got carried away. This time I'm not going that far.
  10. If you decide to all it for some reason let me know! I'd love a white with red interior Z! Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  11. Yeah I wish I had a title. That's why I'm cutting it up. I've done this once before this way and didn't have a problem. The front is super light, the back I can't pick up. The cutting up part is kind of fun I must admit. I don't think I'll do this again. This was the last one I did:
  12. I'll take them.
  13. Finally ready for the sawzaw! On side note the easiest way to remove the ZX back windows is to remove the two nuts holding them in and push with your feet. Slowly pulled away and came right out.
  14. In this condition?