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  1. My vote is for U-joint bolts being loose.
  2. I've used RP 20W-40 in both 721 and my newer Z. No issues at all. Change frequency is annually, since the miles driven never approach wearing out the oil. 721 saw a bit of track time, too.
  3. I had a hood clearance issue with the strut bar from MSA.
  4. Nice car, JR. It should sell at a decent price. Sorry to see you selling it, though.
  5. I've only used the screw-mount type from MSA. It takes a couple of minutes of fiddling to get them just right....
  6. Our own John Coffey was noted in the most recent issue of Nissan Sport. Congratulations, John!
  7. Forget the exterior rust, it's the rust you can't readily see that's critical. Inspect floor boards, under the battery, frame rails and their attachment points. Any and all under-car pieces. Ya gotta get the car on a lift. Mechanicals are important, but body condition is even more so.
  8. I'm wanting to learn more about ITB installations and any problems with this injection system. Search for ITB turns up zero.
  9. This dealership is about 3 miles away, so I drove over there just now to take a peek. It wasn't there. Seems there's an electrical drain that poops out a battery in two days, so it's off to a shop that "might" know something about early Z electrics. I did get to see the rebuild album, though, and it was quite the job. The car was originally a light brown in color. Taken down to bare metal everywhere. Floors looked great in the photos. The engine was completely rebuilt, Z Therapy SUs. I saw a receipt from Mr. Z in ABQ, but most of the work was done in Austin, Texas. The salesfolk said they'd call me when they had the car back.
  10. The car looks great to me. Probably worth the $15K from the pics.
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