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1970 wire hose clamps

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Just picked up a 8/1970 build 240Z to join my 1973. Plan on doing a full period correct restoration over the next few years with my son.

Car came with a full set of spares from a 1971 240Z that was written off so I can start reconditioning parts and swapping them around to prepare for restoration.

Trying to work out the correct wire hose clamps for a 8/70 build, chassis number 08802. Do they have hex heads or Phillips screw heads. Also what finish are they, zinc or gold? There also seems to be a style that has curved tensioner screw plate rather than the flat one.

post-14113-14150816739057_thumb.jpgFuel Line Wire Hose Clamp OEM 240Z 260Z

Also trying to find the correct cut pile carpet in black, does anyone know of a supplier.

Regards,

Roo

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Thanks 26th-Z. Are they the round Phillips heads or the hex ones? Are they all the same on heater/fuel/emissions/coolant hoses?

Roo

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Round headed throughout the car.  I don't recall seeing curved tensioner screw plates from my stash, but maybe.

Try this thread about original carpeting.  Or, ask Mike B from this site what he recommends for original carpeting.  I have the Chester and Herod kits.

 

 

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The curved tensioner screw plates were used for the fuel lines, all the rest are the flat plates. 

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Thanks 26th, have sent Mike a message but not heard back from him yet. Thanks 240dkw, will start detailing what I need and assemble the bits.

Roo

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