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Thanks guys for the 10 rating. It really makes me feel good to know all the hard work is appreciated. This is my 1970 (HLS3002126) 240Z. The motor is a L28 (N42) with early SU (reworked by REBELLO RACING), Jet Hot coated MSA 6-2-1 headers, Mallory Uni-Lite distributor, MSD coils, upgraded internally regulated alternator, high volume oil pump, aluminum flywheel, Centerforce II clutch, ZX 5 speed, R200 4.10 LSD/drive axles, electric fan. We also have GC coilovers w Tokicos on shortened struts, ZX discs (f & r), urethane bushings through out, Mallory electric fuel pump, Altstadt 17" 3pc wheels (8" f & 9" r). This is actually a 22 year old paint job. At some point it will get new weather seals and paint. But for now....I'm having way too much fun driving it!!! Thanks again guys.

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20 year old paint job you could have fooled me it's gorgeous I thought it was restored.

Your engine looks amazing it's so clean :). I'm gonna be building a P90 rocket soon and will polish up my valve cover like that :)

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I polished my valve cover w/ a 1/2 hp grinder motor w/ a 6inch pad using tripoli buffing compound, in about three hours...... and it shows, but thats just the first step.. lots more to do b4 I'm done. beautiful job 240, beautiful.

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Great presentation and attention to detail!!

A real winner in all area's!!!

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nice work it must be a blast to enjoy. I have a 80 280 zx I hope to restore as nice as you have.

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Where did you get your Altstadt 17" 3pc wheels (8" f & 9" r) I like them would like to see about getting them! Thanks, dog

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I don't know about all this praise. I have to knock off a few points .... it looks like the pleats on the rear air filter are a bit uneven! Just kidding....great work!

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