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70 Fairlady Z

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About 70 Fairlady Z

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    Fairlady Z Owner since 1987

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    Lake Shore, Maryland

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    Male
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    Family, Z Cars, Datsun/Nissan history, travel, billiards, and motorcycling.
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    U.S. CYBER COMMAND

My Z Cars

  • About My Cars
    1984 Nissan Fairlady 200ZG (sold), 1972 Datsun 240Z (sold), 1980 Nissan Fairlady Z (totaled by fire), 1970 Nissan Fairlady Z

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  1. Modifying a '70-71 choke knob to fit a '72

    Anyone have two of the fine thread screws for the early knob (70-71)?
  2. rhdnissandatsundude

    Fairlady Z pictures I have gathered...
  3. Modifying a '70-71 choke knob to fit a '72

    Steve, Believe I have what you need and you have what I need. PM me on Facebook Kirk Towner
  4. What is this?

    It's all good, I am new to the S30 realm. I would expect nothing more than the correct answer here. Yeah, nice pic!
  5. What is this?

    No need, I got the answer I was looking for. Guess I could have searched Fairlady Z 160, would it have mattered?
  6. What is this?

    Yes
  7. What is this?

    Thanks! Was not found on Classic Z Cars. School me - how would I have found that image in the plethora of forums on this site?
  8. Very rare 240Z emblem

    Are these the non vented part numbers?
  9. 1969 Fairlady Z for Sale

    Anyone have the Nissan part number for the non-vented pillar emblems?
  10. 1969 Fairlady Z for Sale

    What is this?
  11. I won a Fairlady Z NISSAN 2000 Valve Cover for $200.00 on Yahoo Auctions. Japanese Auction Center (Jauce) is a broker of auctions. I found the valve cover on Jauce. The selling price was 22,500 Yen. As fellow Z enthusiasts we should help each other out. $400, $500, or $600 is too much to pay for a valve cover. 10,000 Yen is approximately $100. Jauce is easy to use and you have to put money in your account via PayPal to bid. Some auctions are blocked for Japan bidding only, but you can request to have them unblocked. My valve cover was a blocked auction and I requested it be unblocked. Cheers, Kirk Towner
  12. Early Fairlady Z

    I sent you a msg, tks Mike
  13. Early Fairlady Z

    msg me pls
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