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    240Z VIN HS30 00145

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  1. Until reading this thread, I was thinking that it was just me who was having initial reluctance with their 240z throttle control, when accelerating from idle. After much time spent cleaning ball joints, making adjustments etc. with minimal improvement. I now have high hopes that the information gathered here will finally resolve what has been a real PITA problem for me. Thanks to all for your input. cheers
  2. RACQ Motoring of Yesteryear 2004.
  3. RACQ Motoring of Yesteryear 2004. More Zed's on display.
  4. RACQ Motoring of Yesteryear 2004. Rock N Rollers in the background behind wind up Morris Minor
  5. RACQ Motoring of Yesteryear 2004
  6. I have posted photographs of the stampings on my gallery page, as listed below. Hopefully these stampings can be identified and explained. http://www.classiczcars.com/photopost/showgallery.php?cat=500&si=Dazza&page=1&sort=1&perpage=12&password=&ppuser=1803&stype=2 cheers Dazza:beard:
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    trouble lamp

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    trouble lamp

    trouble lamp stampings
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    trouble lamp

    trouble lamp
  10. Having a few problems here with picture file sizes: will return.
  11. Just a small question for all the Z gurus. As mentioned on other posts many electrical items have stamped on them something that is indicative of the production source and date. On my engine bay inpection lamp securing arms I found the following: Lower Lug has stamped : MOz. Upper Lug has stamped : 2 Japanese symbols. Does anyone have any idea of what is meant by them and are there any differences with anyone elses? The stampings are easy to read with a light polish of the lug area around the securing screws. :beard:
  12. Count me in as a definite possibility for the run :classic:
  13. A 260Z 2+2 convertable on Aussie ebay if anyone is intertested: May have been posted earlier ?? http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=2030&item=2478773527&rd=1
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