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70 Fairlady Z

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  • Title: Fairlady Z Owner since 1987


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70 Fairlady Z last won the day on November 27 2019

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    Lake Shore, Maryland
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    U.S. CYBER COMMAND

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    Maryland Z Club

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    240z
  • About my Cars
    1984 Nissan Fairlady 200ZG (sold), 1972 Datsun 240Z (sold), 1980 Nissan Fairlady Z (totaled by fire), 1970 Nissan Fairlady Z

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    S30-03814

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  1. What will you be doing to your Zs over the Winter? My son Jake and I will be doing the following to the 1970 Nissan Fairlady Z. Install Nissan 2000 OHC valve cover Install Datsun Z Story manufactured front and rear strut bars Check for vapor lock issues Install freshly painted hood, cowl panel, and access panels Install new rear taillight frame Install Datsun Z Story manufactured JDM tail pipe Install frontend bushings Figure out why the radio and headlights won't turn on
  2. Interesting find from Japan! Kanji: Introduced in Showa 44 [1969] Will be a great addition to the 1970 Nissan Fairlady Z for car shows.
  3. Interesting find from Japan! Kanji: Introduced in Showa 44 [1969] Will be a great addition to the 1970 Nissan Fairlady Z for car shows.
  4. Interesting find from Japan!

    Super Rare Super Limited Fairlady Z / S30Z / Z432 / 240ZG Nissan / Ornament / Emblem Pattern Apron / Unused.

    Kanji: Introduced in Showa 44 [1969]

    Will be a great addition to the 1970 Nissan Fairlady Z for car shows.

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  5. This foot rest came out of a 1980 S130 Nissan Fairlady Z I lost in a shop fire. It has one of Ian's reproduction rubber two pieces that fit together. The passenger side of the car suffered no damage as the car on the driver's side was the culprit. The foot rest is for sale hit me up if interested. P.S. This was mounted directly to the carpet/floor pan without any spacers.
  6. Okay - The Roadster bolts are a little longer then the 240Z bolts. I drilled out two aluminum hex head valve caps, which sealed the air cleaner against the seal.
  7. Updated map, doesn't make sense to drag the car hauler all over CO, AZ, NM, and TX. Will go back to Colorado Springs to pick it up visit friends and head home form there. We will make a Z Across America!!!
  8. I ordered my book today!!!!! Looking forward to having it at ZCON!!!! ZCheers, Kirk Towner
  9. Sunshine yellow is more pale, lime is bright with a green tint... Oh your off 198. Will have to have you over to the clubhouse sometime. 410-693-8184 shoot me a text, what's your name? Cheers, Kirk
  10. Yes indeed, that color paint camera matched to Acura Phoenix Yellow. Original color I believe was Lime Yellow, the jury is still out as that color wasn't available until 1972 here. In Japan they tried things out before putting them on the export models. if not Lime Yellow, then Sunshine Yellow. Where in Laurel do you live? I'm in Laurel quite a bit.
  11. Who's going to ZCON? I'll be there! My 15 year old son Jake and I will be hitting the road with the 1970 Nissan Fairlady Z in the car hauler. We will arrive at ZCON on 17 August after a stopover at Mount Rushmore, South Dakota (2,086 miles). We will depart ZCON 22 August headed for Grand Canyon, Arizona, Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, and Dallas, Texas before returning home to Lake Shore, Maryland (5,315 miles total). Cheers, Kirk
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