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Showing content with the highest reputation since 10/25/2006 in Advert Questions

  1. Try Auto Panel Solutions in the UK. He can be found on Facebook. I had parts from him shipped to western Canada. He is very good to deal with. This picture is from his Facebook page.
    3 points
  2. Also, if you ask me.. It's a part that makes an ugly bumper on a beautiful car even more uglyer haha! Put some 240-260 bumpers on there, yes it's not original but much more pretty! (I apologise if i went to far but it's just an opinion.. of a lot of members here..)
    2 points
  3. Rear quarters would be my next request. They have become very rare in usable condition
    2 points
  4. Hi Keith, To chance to get a 3011 lock is slim, you can use any good lock of a datsun like your lock.. you take it apart carefully with the chrome edge.. then you put the key you want to fit in it and look at those.. i believe 4 "plates that äre in it.. they have to be it the "flat possition but probably are not.. now you exchange these plates in a way that it is almost flat.. take your time and experiment with the plates in a different combination.. when you found a almost flat combi, take a grinder and make it flat (the key is IN when you do this!) when the cylinder is flat, take out the key and assemble the lock again! Now you have a lock that works with your key! Hope i explained this well, if not, just ask! 😉 anyway when you look at the cylinder when you exchance the plates from theire position always put the key in first.. and take it out for a different combination of the plates.
    1 point
  5. You say: I'm kinda a stickler for originality, As you say yourself it was made by ANCO.. So.. it has nothing to do with originality! I call them towl rack, and.. they only ad weight.. but if you want one i have one.. but i better not send it because of the autrageous shipping costs.. (And also i think it's a DAMN UGLY thing also.. haha but it's your car and decision!! )
    1 point
  6. There's a set on eBay right now for $17 https://www.ebay.com/itm/203899135562?hash=item2f7955e64a:g:0EMAAOSw-vBiMoGE
    1 point
  7. Dust inside lens, needs cleaning ... From a 78 dash
    1 point
  8. Took one out of spare dash today, will clean it up and send you a few pictures.
    1 point
  9. I've one advertised here since October. The ad is still up, with photo. Straight and powder-coated machine-black. I'm asking $75
    1 point
  10. Both sides are the same as many have mentioned. Number 55 is just flipped from one side to the other. and while there were some changes all supersede to the one part number. I have some if you need one or want a pair, in Washington State. Shipping to IL will be something of course. Dave
    1 point
  11. I think both sides are identical just inverted
    1 point
  12. Would ya sell ‘em to a crazy Canadian? I’ll pay da postage! Paypal fees, etc. Let me know
    1 point
  13. Glad to help. Those sockets appear to be the same as what I used in my 260Z, which are compression fit. According to the parts manual, the tach part number is the same for all 280Zs. There is no difference between automatic and manual transmission cars.
    1 point
  14. There is a rubber O - Ring inside the silencer that slips over the pump interface, so should just carefully pop off. Hmmmm,———— wonder what a new one would go for on eBay?
    1 point
  15. I can try carefully to remove the filter. The pump is definitely seized. I don't know if you need any parts off of it. Anyway, I just want you to cover shipping.
    1 point
  16. Steve, that looks like one of the dedicated tools for crimping those fasteners, I'm sure mine cost a lot less, $6.00 at our version of Harbour Freight, PrincessAuto.
    1 point
  17. Do you have the cabin harness cover located in the passenger footwell (circled in red in the photo)? Also looking for a decent fuse cover from the passenger footwell also.
    1 point
  18. I've banned the member from our site. In the future, I highly recommend using a protected service such as Paypal for your transaction.
    1 point
  19. Wednesday afternoon works perfectly. Can you send me a Private Message with your contact info ? Thanks!
    1 point
  20. The casting number is on the skirt of the LH side. Harder to see under the intake and exhaust and grime. Some are E31 P30 N42 and F54 I think there was an E30 as well. @SkinnyPete I believe I have one, I will double check it this afternoon. I would have to look into the whole shipping thing. It's been outside and would need a hot tank, and bore. You just want a block and main caps right?
    1 point
  21. Care about marking on the handles? I have two of the ones on the right (double triangles) but only one of the other two types. At least in the "long lead" version. In 72 I believe they went to a shorter lead on the 6 pin plug. All of the short lead switches I have, have the markings like the one on the left (FLASH + two triangles and "look how bright I am" hash marks...;)
    1 point
  22. Got it in a box this morning. 0.4kg, 21x16x11 cm. Postal rate with shipping is $14.95 USD, total $44.95 USD. There is a slightly cheaper rate with no tracking, $8.80 USD, total $38.80 My paypal account is z240@shaw.ca
    1 point
  23. @240Ziggy, does he have an asking price? You may want to edit the classified ad with a price so people know where to start. Edit: Just saw you had this in the description, apologies. I updated the advert. Mike
    1 point

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