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    Richardson TX
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    Retired from retail information technology

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    240z
  • About my Cars
    Original owner of HLS30-15320, 12/1970. Complete restoration with mild customizations completed September 2011.

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  1. Time Left: 2 months and 27 days

    • FOR SALE
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    Series 2 style fuel rail (late 71’s and all 72’s). Straightened, stripped to bare metal, wet-sanded, professionally replated in yellow zinc. While correct for the models stated, this rail can be used on any S30 with round-top carbs. Two of these are available. $225 each, includes standard domestic shipping. International shipping available at actual cost. Payment via PayPal, PM if interested. Thanks.

    $225.00

  2. View Advert 240Z Fuel Rail Series 2 style fuel rail (late 71’s and all 72’s). Straightened, stripped to bare metal, wet-sanded, professionally replated in yellow zinc. While correct for the models stated, this rail can be used on any S30 with round-top carbs. Two of these are available. $225 each, includes standard domestic shipping. International shipping available at actual cost. Payment via PayPal, PM if interested. Thanks. Advertiser jfa.series1 Date 11/30/2020 Price $225.00 Category Parts for Sale  
  3. Looks great! +1 on no sealant. Consider a light coat of grease on the tank neck to assist it seating in the tube.
  4. Sorry Sean, all the remaining sets are sold. You had already purchased one set, it probably is in Springfield by now. I do not have any of the small caps. Thanks, Jim
  5. BTW - if you don't use an air pump, you want to cap #4 and avoid unfiltered air into the carbs. A 1" chair leg cap from a big box store is a perfect fit.
  6. #5 is for a line from the Vapor Flow Valve (see pic). It is a small valve/manifold mounted under the ballast resistor. Fumes from the gas tank and the crankcase are sent to the carbs for combustion.
  7. Contact Steve at 240rubberparts.com. He is currently out of stock on one style set but might be able to give you a date for availability. All of his products are absolutely top grade quality! https://www.240zrubberparts.com/apps/webstore/products/show/4423037
  8. This advert is COMPLETED!

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    Completely refurbished. Disassembled and cleaned. Back cover painted in satin white, front cover refinished in Dark Shadow Gray to match restored tail light panels. All fittings stripped and professionally replated in clear zinc. New neoprene gasket. Bulbs installed and tested. Includes screws for installation to the hatch sill, unit is ready to install in your car. $165, includes standard domestic shipping. International shipping available at actual cost. Payment via PayPal. PM if interested. Thanks!

    $165.00

  9. View Advert 240Z License Light Completely refurbished. Disassembled and cleaned. Back cover painted in satin white, front cover refinished in Dark Shadow Gray to match restored tail light panels. All fittings stripped and professionally replated in clear zinc. New neoprene gasket. Bulbs installed and tested. Includes screws for installation to the hatch sill, unit is ready to install in your car. $165, includes standard domestic shipping. International shipping available at actual cost. Payment via PayPal. PM if interested. Thanks! Advertiser jfa.series1 Date 11/22/2020 Price $165.00 Category Parts for Sale  
  10. So... we're thinking inhibitor switch and relay for the second set of points?
  11. The owner will be away from the car for a week but did have a closeup pic of the relay. I can get 25230-89918 and R3-11 visible #'s. I noted there are two black/yellow and two green wires visible. Beginning to look like the diagram in @SteveJ post #7.
  12. Thanks guys. A request for more details has been sent to the owner. Jim
  13. Asking for a friend. The car is a '72 with automatic transmission. :Looking for an i.d. on the relay on the firewall. Thanks.
  14. Great looking car! As to the brightness on the sidemarkers, yes they seem to be a bit bright but as always - your car, your choices. Dave's sidemarkers kit is not relays and will not affect the brightness. It merely adds the front markers to the turn signal circuit. I have it and consider it to be safety feature.
  15. To clarify a bit, all of this trim is stainless steel - not chromed steel. The same goes for the drip rails. The only tool you should need for the windshield and hatch trim is a hard nylon tool for auto trim, usually found at most auto supply stores. The rubber seal has a shallow U-shaped channel for the trim. Place one edge of a trim piece into the channel and under the lip. Use the nylon tool to raise the opposite lip and allow the trim to fit into place. Run the tool along the length of trim and lip to complete the install. Be careful in handling the trim as it can easily bend. Don't force anything.
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