Diseazd

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About Diseazd

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    Richmond
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    Stockbroker

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    240z
    300zx
  • About my Cars
    I currently own all 4 years of the 240Z and a 1990 300ZX. The 70 is white, the 71 is Safari Gold, the 72 is Lemon Green, also have an orange 72 the 73 and 1990 are Silver. I recently added a 1996 white Acura NSX to the group.

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  1. A steal at $660.00. One of the hardest parts to find for the 240Z.
  2. I’m running Eibach springs with Tokico blues. BTW, the Panasports are IMO “best in class”. You’ll live with your wheels for a long time. The car is a 35,000 original mile car that had zero rust, and I mean zero. My painter is an absolute perfectionist! He block sanded for over 50 hours on a car that just had minor flaws to begin with. He’s the best that I’ve seen. My Safari Gold car (Brandon shot these too) is another one of his paint works. Thanks for your comments.
  3. 205-55-16 tires are the perfect size. I’ve tried em all. No rubbing with those on my 16x7 Panasports.
  4. Thanks Brandon! The Datsun 240Z is an incredibly beautiful automobile design and you have certainly brought that out in your pictures. The best shots of the 311 pictures you took.....nice work!!!!
  5. I’ve found that some tasks are best left to a professional body shop. Why God created money!
  6. If you want it done correctly, as original, get Mike at Banzai to sell and stamp it for you. He’ll need a copy of your title with numbers for verification, They are perfect.
  7. Buy it from Mike at Banzai Motorsports and he’ll correctly stamp it for you. zzxdatsun.com
  8. It’s fun to take something ugly and make it beautiful. When you pull the pan, everything inside will look great. Soak the top cylinders in penetrant for days, take the crank out and drive the pistons out to the downside. A machine shop can bore the cylinders and make it look like new. I think your biggest problem will be pitting of the outside crankshaft journals. That being said, Zed Head is probably right. Give it away on Craiglist and let someone else do it🤪.
  9. Just got two more sets.....they are top quality. Very nice.
  10. Thanks Site.....this will be my last one.....cost more than my first Z.
  11. Looks much better in the stock color IMO Mike.
  12. Final resting place.......
  13. Hi Mike....It has a flat wood base that you won’t see.....will sit on 3 “L” brackets screwed in 2x4’s in the wall and a short wire cable up top to make sure it doesn’t tip over! Hope you’ve got everything under control....can’t wait till this virus is gone so we can head over to Hungary to see our dream girl! The one in Steve’s old white Z is yours 😆
  14. Finished product......Z’s are cool eh? BTW many thanks to Zup for providing the door for my project. We’ve got some really great members.....it must have been a PITA to get it to Richmond.
  15. Exactly!!! After all, it rescued Ford with the Mustang remake, Chrysler with the Challenger remake and Chevrolet with the Camaro. Make it like Ford and Chrysler did.......make it look like the Z that started it all.....seats, dash, shape etc. The public is sick of slugs that get more exotic and heavy every year. IMHO