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Bart Hoedemaker

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  1. Hey ID Pearl. I'm moving to The South of Thailand maybe soon. Need to get me a Z there. Maybe i'll come and visit you, you know the locals.
  2. Really $^!# seeming so much there laying rusting away, that can be saved easily, with some work, there are to much in the US, but very rare here to find.
  3. The tar is only making things worse normally. I think the rust is eating a long way on your Z, if you do the work half, rust will continue eating. Best way is to strip the whole car down if you want to enjoy it longer. If you want to see how far rust can eat away, check my old topic!
  4. My old project didn't turn out the way I wanted, due high road check demands here:sick: .. Now i'm looking for a affordable one here, if anyone now one let me know. There are here but for costs around 10k, i'm not that welty earning
  5. This one is sold guys. Another one is coming. Road Check demands are to high here!
  6. Doing great there Mull:classic:, I stopped with mine, not that I cannot finish it, but some part's of the chassis strength were totally rusted away, and i reconstructed it another way, but since i don't live in America, EU has strict road check rules, so it would never pas. :tapemouth Now i'm lookinf for another Z ( Driveable ) with okay bodywork and engine, if you now something around here Mull, let me know :pirate:!
  7. Nice work! My 240Z was the same color by the last owner.
  8. Yeah.. I don't want to but there are things that are more important to me now. My girlfriend for instance who is in Thailand at the moment. I want here with me. So i'm selling the Z. Sorry guys my love for the Z will stay anyway. I will try to buy one later, when it's financial going better with me. Anyone close to the Netherlands who''s interested?
  9. Guys it's for sale now def. To bad, I hope someone will finish it :classic: If u got any interest please use mail or call me. I'm not often here. Mail: bart_hoedemaker@hotmail.com Tel: (31) 0)617808862
  10. Then i will use the original rockers, as i'm not worried with it. The brakes will be upgraded offcourse, both front and rear. The car will be lowered on stiff suspension. With some wide wheels. It must be still useable for normal road use. I don't mind a high end screamer... Regular wrenching isn't so bad either.. Although i'm sure it's not needed, if the engine is build up good. Diff en gearing house is in good shape. Do you know something about the iginition, for instance MSD or Mallory to the have kit's for the Nissan L series engine? Or do i need to adjust myself? Thnx in advance.
  11. I'm going to upgrade my L24 for some more HP and Torque. I don't want it turbo or supercharged just N/A Tuned. I'm putting down my ideas here, and like opinions of people here to..or maybe you have a better advice for me..! My idea: Lighten the std crankshaft. Lighten the std flywheel or buy a sport clutch. Stage III or IV Camshaft, with maybe adjustable camshaft pulley, so timing can be set better. Stronger rocker arms and springs. E30 Head flowing and lighten the valves to make more airflow space. Raised internal compression. MSD Ignition system.. ( Are there any that fit on Nissan L series engines? ) NGK or Denso spark plugs. 3 Weber or Mikuni 45 or 50 mm carbs. With upgraded fuel pump. 6 to 2 to 1 or a 6 to 1 Motorsport exhaust headers..and complete open pipe to the back just an end muffler. The fuel used is RON 98. Am i forgetting something? I''m not an expert on Nissan L series engines..help me out!
  12. Yes, I agree with you.. I work as a mechanic to, but beeing a mechanic today is very different then it used to be. In the old days more effort was done and parts the normally at today''s standards will be trowen away and just simply put in a new one, where fixed. Today the costs are more important than what you deliver... Today we live in the trow-away economy. And i think cars will get uglier and uglier, fuel economy and electronics will become more important. In the end..you don't have to drive by yourself anymore. :sick:
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