joe newsom

My 240z project

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    I believe, edit the post, highlight the picture and hit the delete key...

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    I'm on google now, no app. Lets see if if I can delete a photo...

    Yep! Edit, then backspace then click the trash can in the uploaded photo and it's gone.

     

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    That's what it is.  When you "click to chose file" and it uploads then you click the "+" to add it to your post. Go back and EDIT, backspace until its gone then scroll down and click the trash can in the uploaded photo. When I didn't send the uploaded pic to trash it showed up again.

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    11 minutes ago, siteunseen said:

    You gotta click the trash can or it will stay.  Sorry to be confusing but it's past my bedtime. :D

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    i have one of those

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    Question about the water tube between the intake manifold. I replaced the o ring on the inside and put a fiber washer on the threaded part. Should I put thread putty to help prevent water leaking ?IMG_4722.JPG


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    The motor is pretty much ready to start. I am waiting for the exhaust to show so it can be bolted on. It is coming from California Datsun.

    I started this motor project with good friend at Miner Automotive. I still have my 240 block that came out of the car. I felt that some day I may have fun building it. Unfortunately it is not matching numbers. My grandma had mentioned that they had the motor replaced and no longer had the original when I got it from her. So with that said we decided to build up a F54 block with bored flat tops and original e88 head. I ordered some z therapy carbs and here it is ready to fire. Not sure my grandpa would understand the polished parts LOL. But I got carried away making it mine. My mission has been to keep everything stock except the motor and obviously color. My grandpa always wanted to paint it silver so keeping it green wasn’t the best option. So I chose a tint of silver “charcoal “ it is a Nissan color though.

    Going to finish getting her running then off to paint..


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