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1966 Roadster 1600, here we go!

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I think I will make this one a stock restore. Let someone else mod it to their tastes.
It will be for resale eventually.

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Better be careful, the Z might get a little jealous when little red rolls in.... and a ticked off Z can be quite vengeful. 🤯

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Which one? The 370Z or the 280Z?
Probably the 370....

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13 hours ago, wheee! said:

Which one? The 370Z or the 280Z?
Probably the 370....

I was referring to the 280, mainly because I have no experience with a 370.  But I suppose they'll be equally jealous of an older girl so look out for double trouble. 😁

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Well, considering the 280 gets the Lionesses share of my time, the 370 was only driven a handful of times last year... now she sees a new threat to her attention!

PS: My daughter named the 370 "RoZy" ('cause she is coloured black rose) and my grandson named the 280 "SASSZ" after Sally in Cars. He just couldn't pronounce it...

I wonder what the Roadster should be nicknamed? How about "R Lady"? As in Roadster Fairlady...!

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Fairlady is always right hand drive (and a Z) in my book. But it's yours so call it what you please.  I call mine very different names at different times,  let your imagination toss that around...

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These were Fairlady’s first, and only became known as Roadsters in North America. The Fairlady badging was removed for NA and just Datsun 1600 was left.

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