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Scarab#157 last won the day on November 12 2014

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  1. Hi All! i took a short video clip of the exhaust sound from the Scarab yesterday and wanted to share it with you all. I will never get sick of this sound! Turn up your speakers! ENJOY!
  2. Hello all this is my first post on classiczcars. I wanted to share with all of you the amazing news that we have found an original Scarab. It's car number #157. This car has an amazing amount of history and provenance to it. I have tried to post pics several times but have had no luck. I did post some on hybridz. I have included a link at the bottom of the post for any of you that are interested. We are planning a big time restoration for the car, it deserves it! I know we will have lots of questions throughout the restoration. If any of you that have gone through the restoration and have any input that can help, please let us know. Here is the link to the car over at hybridz Scarab #157 found and rescued! - S30 Series - 240z, 260z, 280z - HybridZ
  3. Here is another short video of the car once we got it in the shop. Pics to follow. Original 240z Scarab #157 - YouTube
  4. The whale tail is not shown on the car, but we have it and as soon as i take some pics, i will post them right away.
  5. Hi All! this is my first post on classiczcars.com and i'm super excited to let you all know that 3 days ago i found and rescued original Scarab #157! I put a link below to a short youtube video of the car when we got it back to the shop. If the the link does not work just do a youtube search of scarab #157 and it should pop right up.Within the next 24 hours I'm going to post a ton of pics of the car and lots and lots of documentation. This is a 2 owner car from California that was moved to the Midwest in1990. The car has not been driven for almost 5 years. We are planning a full 100% restoration on the car. If there is enough interest, once we strip the car down, i can find out what the process would be to make molds of the body kit and whale tail. The originals are fiberglass. I think carbon fiber would be the way to go if we redid the body kit. What do you guys think? http://youtu.be/8RAXw0EGFCk
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