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  1. When I bought my 1973 240z in 1991, it had 72,000 miles. This weekend, after 26 yrs, I surpassed 172,000 miles in my Z (I wanted to pass the 100,000 mile mark in my Z, before I put it away for the winter). This got me wondering how many other Z owners have driven their Z car more than 100,000 miles? It also got me thinking about how my journey with my Z started (see pics below): The article that introduced me to the 240z: The Auto Trader ad that led me to my Z: A pic shortly after I bought my Z: A recent, and my favourite pic of my Z:
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  2. I now have a hankering for Werther's .
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  3. Our apologies for the slow response. James is off this week on a well-earned vacation, and I’m detached as usual, off trying to build and fix computer systems and such (which is why James is normally your first point of contact). Sorry about that. Certainly, if what you said is accurately what our representative told you, that was completely incorrect, and we apologize for that response. You have every right to be upset. We will review with that individual specifically what needs to be corrected. If a Header is out of tolerance, we will always do everything we can to help fix the situation.
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  4. ey guys. i've been looking at google for some time for the original 1970 240Z rim, but i keep seeing different ones. so can u guys tell me and show me the original rims there's used on the 1970 240Z?
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  5. I agree with SiteUnseen, once they are blasted you need to get some primer and paint on them sooner than later. Depending on your tool setup you may not be able to use a HVLP gun. Not only do you need a good compressor but you need a good air filtration system to keep water out. Besides the wheels, how many other parts need to be refinished? If you just have the four wheels, a rattle can will be the most affordable way to go. If you do it right they will come out looking good. If you have suspension pieces and other stuff you plan to do, then investing in a HVLP gun and the equipment to s
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  6. Here is power supply Dr.meter 4.2 out of 5 stars 189 Reviews Dr.meter 30V/5A Single-Output DC Power Supply 110V/220V Switchable with Alligator Clip included, US 3-prong Cable,PS305DM I thread all polished hardware on to 18g brass wire. I found that other materials are unpredictable and left pieces in the same soak dull Then dip in muriatic acid 50/50 distilled water until it quits fizzing. Rinsed in distilled bucket Let hang into degreaser at 120 degrees until ready usually about 15 min. Rinsed in distilled bucket Load into zinc tank. Which is constantly heated to 75 degrees wi
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  7. There is a specialty paint supplier based in Toronto -- Parasol Paints ( www.parasolinc.com ) -- who will custom-mix vinyl paint ('dye') to order, based on a material sample or paint chip supplied by the customer. One-week turnaround. I sent them a swatch from the butterscotch seat covers I bought from Banzai Motorworks and found that their color-matching was spot on. This stuff is not what I would call a dye (to me, a dye is something that soaks into a porous surface). Instead, it's some kind of plasticized paint that creates a flexible colored skin that bonds to the substrate. From
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  8. Awesome. Simple after all. This is a Good lesson to remember.
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  9. Yup. Pretty sure those are it. Heck I may be wrong which is why it is good to go by the FSM. I'm going from memory and sometimes it's not great! And I'm working on 3 cars at the same time. So stoked I got my 300zxt parts car running today.
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  10. SEM makes some wonderful vinyl dyes that let you change your plastic and vinyl color to the original stock color if you feel that's important. Originality only really matters when everything is truely original, not restored in any way.
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  11. She looks really good now...
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  12. Here's a link to the thread where we were discussing such matters. My photo links are dead because Photobucket SUCKS!!! but there are some other pics in there that still work: http://www.classiczcars.com/topic/56185-how-do-i-hate-rebuilt-components-brake-booster/
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