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It took more than 7 hrs to sort out the 300ZT from the 280ZXTT parts, transport it to the garage and unload all this. Next stop California.

The 280ZXTT and lots of spares is still available.

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Good looking garage!

To answer your question: Mine has a supercharged 1963 Studebaker Avanti, a 1970 Porsche 914-6, and assorted automotive debris/treasures.

Dennis

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My garage contains, a pristine an 03 G35 Sport coupe MT5 with less than 35,000 on the clock, an 06 Harley Sportster low 1200, many NLA Datsun parts for both the Z and Roadster, two sets of Watanabe wheels, a few beerlights, and few Miata parts. Need to make room to pull the 67 Roadster in.

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It took more than 7 hrs to sort out the 300ZT from the 280ZXTT parts, transport it to the garage and unload all this. Next stop California.

The 280ZXTT and lots of spares is still available.

So what's up? Did you just buy this car? Is it a real Bob Sharp Team car?

Marty

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The one and only BSR/Newman 300ZXT drive by Paul himself. Not mine and it's been sold to a gentleman in California who I can mention next week.

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...it's been sold to a gentleman in California who I can mention next week.

My guess is Adam Carolla.

I realize this isn't the same Newman 300zx, but here is a clip from his radio show in 2008 that gives some insight into his car purchases

-Mike

Edited by Mike B

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My garage has always been my hobby hut. It has morphed along with my interests.

1989 - 1994: Built an airplane (RV6)

1996 - 2009: Motorcycle Mania. At one time I had a dozen bikes (GSXR1100, SV650S, VTR1100, YZ250F, KX125, KDX200, KX100, KX65, XR70, XR50, TS-185 & TRX-250). I started selling 'em in 2008 and sold the last one a few months back.

2010 - now: 240Z and I'm looking for a 260 or 280 project.

Over the years my garage has also served other functions like a temporary wood shop or band rehearsal space. My garage is MY room in the house; the floor is always clean and it is always organized.

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Mike B - that is the other BSR 300ZXT (likely the Fitzgerald #38 car) and the body part fitment on that car is less than perfect. Those extra doors, hoods, etc. shown in the photo would make an excellent replacement inventory should you happen to own a 300ZXT race car.

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in my garage or really in my driveway i have, a 63 buick special, 72 240z (currently in cali at inlaws house) , 77 280z, 75 suzuki gt550, 1986 porsche 944, 1989 mercedes 300e, and a

06 nissan x-terra

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My garage has an Italian flair right now.....MV Agusta and Ducati motorcycles plus a Bertone X1/9. My 240Z is at the shop, and I generally keep the WRX in the driveway.

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It took more than 7 hrs to sort out the 300ZT from the 280ZXTT parts, transport it to the garage and unload all this. Next stop California.

The 280ZXTT and lots of spares is still available.

Bastard, I am consumed by jealousy therefore cannot make a coherant response. Got any 280ZX fiberglass doors to ship to AU?

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in my garage or really in my driveway i have, 75 suzuki gt550,

ohh a 2 stroke triple gt 550 my best friend had one of those when we were in high school...and I had a R5 350 Yamaha 2 stroke...I loved the way his triple sounded...

I always wanted one of the kawasaki triples....I look back now....and those things were scary dangerous...

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1970 240Z built 6/70 and a 1972 built in 3/72. All the parts to put the 72 back together after metalwork and paint are complete. Will replace the main harness in the 70 while the 72 is at the body shop. 60 gallon air compressor several thousand dollars in tools and oh yeah the dreaded LAWN MOWER! If the grass is greener on the other side does it grow as fast as mine?

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71 240Z, 73 240Z, 73 240Z V8 project, 64 Impala 2dr coupe, 66 Mustang convertible, 65 Buick Special convertible, 75 Caprice convertible, 96 Camaro Z28

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In my garage. 67 Honda S800 Coupe (vintage racer?), 74 260 Z (on my lift, mid-project) 67 Datsun 2000 Roadster, s/n 198 (restored) .

Outside 74 260Z (ChumpCar project), 67 Scout, 86 Peugeot 505STI.

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No garage at the moment,living with sister and my small fleet ,a 72 orange two door sedan 510,72 orange Z ,both under car covers and my DD a 2012 FIAT 500 sleep outside . My 150 two stroke orange VESPA is under the rear deck.

Edited by 72 OJ

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75 280z, 47 internatiol truck, 75 toyota land cruiser,59 grain truck and a67 Impal, and, oh ya frig full of beer!

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I'll try to post some pictures tonight but here's what I have.

1969 240Z #390

1972 240Z turbo

1974 260Z turbo

1975 280Z my first car

1975 280Z ITS race car

1972 BMW 2002tii

1974 BMW 2002turbo

2005 Lotus Elise Supercharged

1970 Plymouth AAR 'cuda

1970 Plymouth Road Runner 440+6

Chuck

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