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About psdenno

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My Z Cars

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    1971 240Z: Original owner
    1963 Studebaker Avanti R2
    1970 Porsche 914-6
    2010 Infiniti G37 Convertible: Sort of a "new Z 2+2"

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  1. psdenno

    Just another Targa video.

    Might have to make an audio recording of that and play it really loud when I'm driving my Z. Dennis
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    Scarab on Bring A Trailer

    Bidding is almost at the $20K level and there's mention in the comments of an upcoming Scarab book. Dennis
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    Am I seeing bubbles/delamination above the glove box opening or is that just the light reflecting in the 2nd picture? Dennis
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    My two swiss S30Z Fairlady Restoration build thread

    Nice find. That should look great in your garage. What are the flag dimensions? Dennis
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    Scarab on Bring A Trailer

    Perhaps you misread or misinterpreted my comment. Or, perhaps I misread or misinterpreted your comment. I don't object to anything on the listing - seller's story or viewer comments. I just enjoy watching the sale process on BAT and may give it a try with my 914-6. A friend will be listing his Porsche 912 there shortly and we've been working on his narrative, photos, and video. Watching the sales of the last several 912s has been a hoot. He likes the process and the listing help received from the site staff. Dennis
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    Scarab on Bring A Trailer

    This should be fun to watch. So far, no snarky comments from non-bidding "experts". Dennis
  7. Probably just a problem with your computer screen resolution. Dennis
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    Badging a 240Z into a FairladyZ

    The use of "nitty-gritty" and "willy-nilly" is the the same post is okey dokey by me and an easy peasy way to liven up the discussion. Sorry, it's cold outside and I'm home alone, unsupervised. Dennis
  9. psdenno

    Dashcam Recommendations?

    One would think that it wouldn't be too difficult to employ a phone's motion sensor and a NFC chip in the steering wheel to block phone use in the driver's seat while the car was moving. But, that would probably add 75¢ to the cost of every new car so it probably won't happen. Dennis
  10. psdenno

    '72 240 Mobile, Alabama

    Not at Eglin. I was at Keesler in Biloxi with the 53 Weather hurricane hunters and the 1st ACGS photo mapping units. That was back before satellite mapping when we used C-130s and C-135s to fly straight lines all day taking 3D photos to turn into maps. Dennis
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    '72 240 Mobile, Alabama

    Picture #19 looks like a fiberglass repair patch over something. Good looking car. But, Gulf Coast humidity and salt in the air can do some damage over time. I lived in Ocean Springs, MS for a while and the Z caught rust quite easily. Dennis
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    Seat restoration

    Have you considered melting a hole with a heated rod of the proper diameter rather than punching one? Dennis
  13. psdenno

    Series: Building a BMW V10-powered S30

    One of my wife's coworkers recently bought a Tesla Model 3 and immediately had it wrapped in a flat finish film because she didn't like the shiny blue paint. Her car, her money. But, I don't get the appeal. As for the work on the Z in the sped up video, it would have been interesting to see a "man-hour meter" ticking away in the bottom right corner of the screen. Dennis
  14. psdenno

    Car cover

    Covercraft make a very good custom fit cover. Available in a variety of materials for outdoors or garage kept cars. I've used them for decades and was a distributor for several years. Dennis
  15. psdenno

    ‘72 NOS NIB SU’s OMG WTF

    A few hundred miles farther north. Similar business strategy, however. "You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time." - Abraham Lincoln Dennis

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