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Hunter260Z

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  1. Here lately a brake boosters are getting hard to find on the east coast.
  2. My Z got a tuneup and replaced both wheel cylinders, and rear brake hoses.
  3. Do you have the JDM headlight covers, love mind, installed 1977.
  4. I'm so happy you got your Z back,that's one nice Z car. Love the color,looks a lot like mine. How did you track it down.
  5. That's just awesome.Can't wait to see the finished product.
  6. Radiator missing a decal Need the correct hose clamps Paint code decal missing Agree with post #5#7. If someone is going to pay this price, then everything, and I mean everything should be correct.
  7. The first time I took a test drive at the Datsun dealer I was hooked big time. So if you go test drive a Z you best have some money in your back pocket. I've been hooked for 40 yrs.
  8. If the headlight buckets,grill and the front bumper are in the car ,then why were they taken off. The Z looks to me to have sat in a field, then moved to the barn. Looks more like a parts car to me.
  9. Could not find a find a BRE spoiler back in 1976, so I settled for a Interpart. I was told this was a knockoff from the BRE. So what's the difference.
  10. Yep, 15" Panasports with 205/55/15 tires. Wish mine had the chrome lip.
  11. That looks great. Need some Rims like mind.
  12. Oized Is this for a early model 260z. There is a difference between early and late model.
  13. There are also two different spring perch heights on the 260z. You have to measure from the base of the tube where it joins the spindle,to the lowest point of the perch.Usually where the end of the spring end seats into the perch.The early model measures 9.25", the late model measures 9.75".This was how I came up with the difference in spring heights. Sorry I didn't want to confuse anyone. I had to find my notes going back to 2002. When i installed a late model spring perch with Motorsports springs the ride height was 0.5" to high. Hard lesson to learn.
  14. If I were you I would cancel the order. There is a .5 inch difference between the early model and late model springs for the front. Been there done that. Not sure on the back. The 74 springs also have a different spring rate.
  15. I would replace all 4 springs and shocks, and install bump stops on all corners. The best place to look, would be Motorsport Auto.
  16. Someone on this site makes a modified shifter. So yes you are going to have to bend it.
  17. I was going to say Motorsports Auto, but they were out of stock. There price was app $ 260.00. That's crazy.
  18. I think you need to take a really hard look at a early model 260Z for all of the reasons stated in post #2,4,5,6. These are great cars for the money, you will not be disappointed.
  19. They almost look like the rims( Factory) for a Datsun 810.
  20. Back in 1976 mine went on the inside. Now they could go on the outside, I don't know. It would be a pain in the butt to clean the windshield if it was on the outside.
  21. Try Classic Datsun Motorsport Talk to Les
  22. Ok Guys Please get me straight on this setup.I have some friends in the Triangle Z Club that just plugged off the intake and thermostat. I don't see that to be a problem in NC because I don't drive mine that much in the winter. So if I plugged off the intake and thermostat would that cause a dead zone and a rise in the temperate and create the Z to run hot.
  23. That the wildest setup I've every seen.
  24. I also have the early 72 round tops,sorry I should have added to the other post.
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