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    '70 240z HLS3017039. Orange

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  1. with a pic, depending on condition, I'd pay 150
  2. I have a leaking freeze plug under my header. I think more than one is leaking. For the longest time I was baffled. Maybe that's it.
  3. JIm, I tried pushing it back thru to no avail. Solution found: I was referred to a local machine shop. They have an acid that eats steel/brass, but not aluminum. Can't remember what it's called. It worked. New mixture screws on the way from Pegasus racing, who, I'll add, has excellent customer service! Machine shops were rightly concerned that attempting to drill out the metal would result in the drill bit 'walking' and drilling into the softer aluminum carburetor body. Acid, followed by an acid neutralizer worked perfectly. Thanks for the response, Jim.
  4. I have a set of very slightly used triples on my Z. I discovered while trying to adjust the idle mixture screws, that the very tips of 4 of these have seated themselves in the body of the carbs, and have broken off. It appears that the PO might have overtightened them. I am able to completely remove all of the screws. It is the tips (about the diameter of a paper clip) that are stuck. My attempts to remove them have proven unsuccessful. If I play with them anymore, I fear I will do damage. Does anyone have experience with this? If needed, I'll ship them off to a pro. Thanks for your help!
  5. I'll try to make it to cars and coffee next weekend in Plano. Series 1, orange, Trips, etc. I'll look for you, Adam
  6. NOS dash for 240, pre 73
  7. I'll bet it was dirty;)
  8. adamr


    There are also some NOS parts available thru Courtesy Nissan, www.Courtesynissan.com
  9. here's some pics. You guys have been so helpful to me, I guess I should give some back. Here's how it looks.
  10. Everytime I look at pics of your Z, my tounge gets dirt on it from hitting the floor.
  11. I'd expect the wheels to include center caps at that price .
  12. Saaweet! What kind of orange is that? Looks really nice. Cool touch with the air cleaner. Adamr
  13. I always wanted them to do a Z on Overhaulin'. I sure hope they are doing yours!! Best of luck, Adamr
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