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  1. I am truly thankful to Diseazed for allowing me to purchase this outstanding engine. This has been by far, the best Christmas in quite some time.
    4 points
  2. Don't forget this one (my favourite....)
    2 points
  3. I received a message from a friend today. He sent me this picture asking if it was my car. It got featured in coverage of The Mitty in 2016.
    1 point
  4. WTB early style antenna series 1 240z
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  5. For reference here is a picture that shows the clips and brackets for the tail light finisher/surrounds from when I painted mine. I think the clip (item 8 that @siteunseen mentioned) attaches to the bracket that is spot welded to the body if I remember correctly.
    1 point
  6. Twin turbo 300ZX is credited as the first Japan-built car to break 400 kmh at Bonneville. These days it’s (somewhat) street driveable and up for auction. http://www.roadandtrack.com/car-culture/buying-maintenance/a14503905/the-worlds-only-262mph-nissan-300zx-can-be-yours/ http://bhauction.jp/en/search/lot11.html
    1 point
  7. Thanks Alan, this car is HLS30-31541. Our club member's car. Kats
    1 point
  8. Thanks to @Lumens for providing the 1973 Nissan TSB's! The TSB's include interesting flat top Carb info presented below. The great Flat Top expert and car restorer @Zup may enjoy these!-image.png- 1973 Flat Top Carb Info from TSB.pdf
    1 point
  9. Today I could not resist putting a metal fan. I will let it operate until replacing a water pump , I am thinking I will need to do it with in a few years. Kats
    1 point
  10. "sorta like going to work without your pants on" Wait... You've done that too??? Whew! I feel a little better knowing I'm in good company!!
    1 point
  11. You are so right Bruce! I am the world's worst when it comes to taking the Z off the road for any amount of time. Each day that I don't drive it is like that day is really missing something----sorta like going to work without your pants on!
    1 point
  12. 73 E88 = hemi-Z well--kinda/sorta???
    1 point
  13. Thanks so much Philip @240260280 and @Lumens----but really, I still have so much to learn. I've understood about half of the TSB. It is a loooooong step by step with no shortcuts allowed--quite different from the earlier Hitachi carbs. The many adjustments required are probably responsible for the maligned reputation as " boat anchors" As you know, I have gotten the flat tops running fairly well. Now--- I know that the fuel nozzles are currently nowhere near the correct setting of .118---one is at .074 and the other at .051---just waiting to do a removal and adjustment as t
    1 point
  14. Or just shave the block deck. I’ve not measured a stock piston height on the 2.4 , but my ITM pistons were 0 decked compared to stock L28 being + .018
    1 point
  15. Pictures of HLS30-05811 on the lift at Datsun Alley and on the floor at Universal City. Silver HLS30-56609 on display at Universal City. Something was mentioned about three Vintage Zs in Japan. Here is the third, HLS30-03924
    1 point
  16. Merry Christmas everyone! Thanks for all your input and feedback over the last year. I really do appreciate all of you and your opinions.
    1 point
  17. I know where Mr. Matsuo got the colour:)
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  18. This is a Nissan commissioned restoration car from 1996. The sticker in the quarter window and the vintage plaque on the console were installed along with a matching key chain. Be interested in seeing what this brings. Let us know KATS.
    1 point
  19. I think the owner likely imported them to Japan from the US.
    1 point
  20. First time I've seen a radio "delete" panel with storage cubby. Interesting car. Dennis
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  21. http://www.roadandtrack.com/car-culture/a10348895/what-you-need-to-know-before-buying-a-1970-1973-datsun-240z/
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