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    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. Crazy how it goes away. Speedometer cable possibly bad? A worn crank rear bushing can cause transmission noise.
  2. Great job Steve…..I changed points once and the car wouldn’t fire. Took me 20 minutes to figure out that there is a little piece of protective paper between the new point contacts……🤪
  3. Hi Charles…..It’s a durable clear, rock hard coating that seals the tank. I highly recommend it. Guy
  4. When you get the tranny square to the block 1 to 2 inches opening equally all around, thread a long head bolt through two of the holes for the 4 tranny bolt holes and thread into the block. Then you know that you are aligned and it will slide right in. I believe if I remember correctly, you only have room to thread 2 in. This will guide your tranny right in……I’ve personally never had problem with the clutch alignment tool…..it’s always been a frickin PITA to man handle the engine without making sure everything is lined up squarely. This assures that it is!
  5. The shock inserts sometimes fit a little too short for the gland nut to snug them tightly in the strut. A spacer (large washer) is usually provided with the shocks to shim the shock so that it locks the shock firmly in the strut. If you have any movement in that rod, it’s either the gland nut isn’t locking the shock snugly in the strut, or you’ve got a blown shock (even if new.) IMO
  6. Get someone to push it down while looking at the linkage coming out of the firewall under the hood. The linkage could be rubbing against some other item ( Brake booster valve insulator.) That sometimes comes out of the sleeve and moves forward and can cause binding of the linkage.
  7. Looking great Charles!!!! Good work.
  8. Why not just go .040 over and not worry about it? The block screens should still be available from Nissan.
  9. Good advice, but there is ZERO rust anywhere and it’ll never be driven in the rain.
  10. Brandon finished the 1987 Pathfinder. All original paint wet sanded and buffed. All new rubber and bumpers and grill painted. It came out better than new!
  11. Brandon had his Pathfinder wet sanded and buffed. Original paint came out better than new…..beautiful!
  12. So sorry about your dog. We went through the same trauma last year with Millie. Nothing worse than losing your best pal…..takes a very long time to heal!
  13. Watching my grandson learn the lines at the local gocart track!!!! Kid’s gonna be another John Morton!!!! IMG_3534.MOV
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