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DC871F last won the day on June 14

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About DC871F

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    1970 240z VIN#960
    1973 240z
    1956 Beetle
    1966 Piper PA32-260

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  1. This happened in the VW world as well, particularly Oval window Beetles. Many have said because the cars are "rare", I say BS. Rare means you cant find one without a true hunt. If you want an Oval window Beetle, you can have one heading to your address tomorrow, Ebay, CL, The Samba, etc. S30's are not rare, so what gives. Once both my 70 and 73 are restored and on the road, I really have a hard time believing there is over 6 figures worth of cars in my garage. I sold this 56 in a few minutes of hitting Enter on a VW site.
  2. Doesn't look like a z at all. The others are great.
  3. Awesome, thats perfect. Thank you.
  4. Looking for measurements on the following. This is an early VIN car under 1000, not sure if that matters if its series 1-3. Thanks.
  5. Looking for measurements on the following. This is an early VIN car under 1000, not sure if that matters if its series 1-3. Thanks.
  6. Never spent time around 280z. I always thought the major change was just the US bumpers. Thank you.
  7. Here are two valances, one is recognizable, the other is not. The brackets on the short one are definitely Datsun, but too short for 240z.
  8. Maybe, I was referring to the Judge that would be handing you a sentence after perforating a thug.
  9. Yes. I own a few firearms, and knowing when to deploy them will keep you from queuing up for chow for 10-30 years. Nobody has a sense of humor nowadays.
  10. https://www.ebay.com/itm/224622229120?nma=true&si=TdVXYK%2BCsEjtyEAzd6BJ8qLh91E%3D&orig_cvip=true&nordt=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557 Did this go way to cheap?
  11. No expenses spared on this one. One question, is this going to be a driver? YOu have set the bar here.
  12. Not sure its wise, but with all my vintage cars I have owned, I've always left them unlocked (short term stay). I figured since I dont leave anything worth value in my cars, its better to let them get in and rummage and leave, instead of sourcing windows, fixing scrapped paint and dents. Like Speed Racers brother said, if someone wants in, there getting in, might as well soften the blow and cost. I do like some of the camera tech thats out there now that records on any bump of the car or break in.
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