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Fred Sigarto

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Fred Sigarto last won the day on July 17 2015

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    10/69 Fairlady ZL
    72 240Z, lowered, Rebello engine, Nissan Comp headers, 3'' exhaust, Borla muffler

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  1. Same thing happened on my Z years ago, had to remove the float, it had fuel in it. Replaced with another float, ran fine.
  2. Mine didn't slip, most of the runs were 45+ seconds, butt still moved with normal seat belts. One strip of duct tape on the seat back should hold it up if it does slip. There's a set for $22.88, google cheap racing seat belts. I installed mine in 94, still use it.
  3. Made a chest belt out of a 3'' canvas strap back in 91, burned the ends to keep the fabric from coming apart. Fastened Velcro strips on the ends, worked quite well until I installed a 5 point cam lock in 94 when Hp increased to 218. Didn't move a bit in stock seat.
  4. Exceptionally nice, noticed the front bumper slightly higher on the left side from the previous picture from lonetreesteve.
  5. March/April of Road & Track has a nice article on the restoration shop in the UK. Also a BRE article of the 510
  6. I was stationed at Lowry AFB 1968, studied weapons systems on F100, F105,, F111, and F4 c,d & e aircraft .
  7. Kats , just checked the seats on my 10/69 Fairlady Z-L & 72 240Z. No vertical stitching. on either car.
  8. Maybe it's to differentiate male Z's from female Z's, they found out that the female Z's tend to whine, lol
  9. Geoff Brabham drove the 83 car, Chip Robinson drove the 84 Electromotive GTP ZX-T
  10. Kats, Thanks for the photos, I like the color.
  11. Captain Obvious fortunately both Z's are with me in Ohio, I planned on retiring to a warmer climate.
  12. Ken, I have a 72 240Z that was restored in 2000 & a 10/69 rhd Fairlady Z-L 5 speed. Planned to be in Port Charlotte by 2010, things just didn't work out. Welcome to the group, a lot of knowledge and help from this group, and occasionally you'll get a good laugh.
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