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  1. I’ll have to check my old comp catalogs. BRE is always a source — even get them signed by Brock. https://www.bre2.net/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=CTGY&Store_Code=B&Category_Code=art_sub_bredatsun_posters
  2. https://www.hemmings.com/blog/2019/03/06/a-game-changer-marks-its-golden-anniversary-datsuns-z-celebrates-50-years/
  3. I had to rewind because this went by so quickly, but it looks like the Z has earned its place in the investment world, in a manner of speaking. This showed up tonight in an ad for Principal Financial on CBS news, and it seems to show a good market ...
  4. Seems odd these days to reference print magazine articles, but there’s a nice writeup on MZR and their shop of Z wonders in the March/April R&T. They’ve been discussed here before as a unique operation specializing in S30 re-engineering and reconstruction with stunning results. (Attached photo is a sample from their site rather than the article)
  5. http://www.zcarblog.com/2019/02/18/performance/parts-z-car-garage-cv-axles-2.html
  6. This is great access, Koni — thanks for the info. So based on all this, what would define “Sport” ride and performance characteristics at their softest setting? What I’m getting at is how would the Sport Koni distinguish itself from a Brand X non-adjustable gas shock in a stockish suspension (other than by its range of adjustment)? Lots of owners these days are opting for preserving the original flavor of these cars.
  7. An image in Carl’s post is similar to something I’ve wondered about: Could a 3D printer make a frame or form to “guide” a fuel hose through bends to prevent kinking? That’s one of the details that makes replacing NLA lines with bulk hose so challenging, rather than finding pre-formed hose somewhere. Sorry this is off the thread a bit ...
  8. Bob Sharp takes the C/P checkers at the 1972 ARRC, Road Atlanta. Jeff Morrison photo.
  9. Similar situation posted on a Subaru site. Google may be the place to look for dealers who can confirm inventory rather than accept orders. This poor guy was trying to replace one damaged rim.
  10. https://www.classiczcars.com/forums/topic/61602-mulholland-shocks
  11. There have been a couple of references to BRE/Interpart’s Mulholland shocks lately, which apparently were produced by Boge. The company is part of ZF Friedrichshafen AG, based in Germany and parent to other products like ZF gearboxes and Sachs clutches. Here’s some info that could be useful for reference or if anyone is hoping to nurse a set. https://www.thejunkmanadv.com/boge-mulholland-shocks-info.html https://aftermarket.zf.com/go/en/boge/products/car-shock-absorbers/
  12. It just dawned on me why the Koni color is orange - duh! To all involved in this project, I hoist a Heineken in your direction 🍻
  13. Since these likely will fill the gap left by NLA Illuminas, an objective comparison of the two would be useful also 👍
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