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About 240zmontreal

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  1. Thanks for everyone's input which has been a surprise you guys are great. Any recommendations for someone in Toronto that can help do the restoration?
  2. I always thought that console looked out of place but was what it came with when I bought it. I have the original steering wheel vs the Momo I thought was cooler back in 87 when I was young and silly. I realistic think selling is the best option....
  3. finally figured out how to upload pics. They aren't the best since it was raining and I didn't have a hose to wash the car so just waited for rain to give it a rinse before I took these pics. Let me know what you think?
  4. opps, Technically challenged here? I created an album and uploaded a series of pic but they somehow aren't saved. Not sure if there is a moderator approval process or limit/delay. I will check again tonight.
  5. I just got back from Montreal, took the covers off after 23 years of hiding. Check out the album and let me you what you think I should? I think selling is the best bet but welcome any advice
  6. I bought this car in pretty good condition in 1986, rebuilt the engine, replaced suspension/brakes, floor and frame. I moved away for work and the car has been stored in a heated garage since 1989. The garage owners have sold their house. Keeping it isn't practical for me anymore so I'd like to get it back into shape and pass it along to another appreciative owner. It will need work, so I would welcome any insight and experiences for restoration. I don't have the funds to do a complete restoration, but would at least like to get it functional and in sellable condition. Here are my biggest ques
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