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About olzed

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    Auckland. New Zealand.
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    Ret. earthmoving contractor

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    sympathetic resto ten years ago.still immac,weekend club cruiser .orig. white, now sting red. black interior. mint dash.

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  1. I owned one of these from new. A very nice drive, and a little rocketship,also handled well. It's one of those cars that loves corners. $5000 is a bargain for someone.
  2. Thats a pretty sharp looking replica. $100,000 is not too bad IMHO. I would have expected the rubber around the rear hatch to be a better quality and fit though.
  3. You might be able to weld it back on if you stand the bumper a shallow tub of water to absorb the heat. Of course you wouldn't want the water spilling over the weld area. It should have a good chance of working.
  4. Nice job. I had a new one many years ago. Great truck.
  5. If someone wanted them, half price has to be good.
  6. The NOS carb ad is for a single carb price or am i missing something. 16010E4302 - Genuine Nissan
  7. Wow!!!Thats a sweet job.
  8. Thats all the information they give sorry. Brian.
  9. Accirding to my Haynes manual-- Front coil springs--240----260 Wire diameter-----.417---.453 Free length-------15.1---15.5 Rear coil springs same for both 240 and 260. Wire dia.--------.449 Free length-------15 inches Hope this helps. FWIW to help stop my 240 from squating at the rear on acceleration i fitted 260 front springs shortened a little, to the rear. Slightly stiffer but not too much
  10. I have a 72 and it has no rubber 'boot' on any door lock parts. Doors shut fine.
  11. I can confirm that my 240's tank still has fuel when the gauge needle does not move. Tank was sucked dry of fuel when at the paint shop, and i drove it home not noticing.
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