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About wrecked2001

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    240z

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  1. https://www.facebook.com/Auto-Panel-Solutions-418351785395614/
  2. I spoke to Kim, she does the marketing. They don't have a page yet, just Facebook and Ebay
  3. I paid $640 shipped, taxes and customs, with the exchange rate. You can buy all the individual pieces of this kit separately, I just chose to buy the the whole thing.
  4. Hey guys, long time between post. I would like to share some good news. I picked up my S30 for $500 dollars.It had the usual rust issues, battery area, passenger side floor board due to ruptured heater core and spare tire well.But other than that being a Texas car and being stored on gravel it is pretty solid. The biggest issue which would have been make or break was the Rad Support. The car look like it had incident with a curb. The front of the front drivers side frame rail was wrinkled along with the Rad Support on that side. Someone tried to straighten it in the past with little success. To make long story short i couldn't find a replacement in the junk yards or online anywhere. Let me introduce you to Auto Panel Solutions. They are a Mom and Pop business based out of the UK. The contacted me on Facebook to let me know about their new kit. I ordered it immediately. The quality is good, though I haven't fitted it yet. Here is a pic,I can upload more.If you check them out on Facebook they have a multitude of patch-panel solutions for the S30. They are based in the UK so you know they know about rust and how to fix it. Any question I would be happy to answer.
  5. I'm trying to pick up myself. What you didn't see was the one behind me. Not as good shape but still a decent car. This one is an automatic early Gen. The current owner owns the Nissan dealer in the area. The car has been stitting in the backlot for about 10 years from what I understand. A friend of mine knows the General Manager, so I am woking through it. Its probably going to b a long process, with much persistence on my part.
  6. Good shape, body is straight. Seats in good shape. Original sound deadening on floors. Looks early generation. No cancer.
  7. I pulled the hatch and the torsion rods for the hood today. I am going to be pulling the motor next month. They wouldn't sell me the whole vehicle, so I got to work what I can. I am going to talk to the manager trying to get extension on its stay. I need it to cool down a little, 100 degrees is not fun to work in. Sent from my [device_name] using http://Classic Zcar Club mobile
  8. I will be going down to the yard on Friday. I will post prices of everything. I am looking to get the whole car. If not I will pull what is requested and sell and ship for a fair price. Sent from my [device_name] using http://Classic Zcar Club mobile
  9. Found this the today. Going to make an offer on it. It is a desert car in decent shape. It is at a pick an pull yard so if the price isn't right going to canablize it for my project. I will let you guys know the status. Sent from my [device_name] using http://Classic Zcar Club mobile
  10. Weirdly, my passenger side is steel, while the driver side is fiberglass.
  11. It still has the stock wood steering wheel and shift knob. The Texas heat has dried them out, but I will see what I can do to restore them.
  12. I picked this up for $500, the owner of the shop just wanted it gone. My plan is to strip it down, go through the body DIY most of it, and then proceed with a Restomod. I am looking to complete in 4 years.
  13. I read somewhere that the 72' model had fiberglass headlight buckets and 73 and on had metal. It is very possible that the round tops were installed after the fact. The build plate has the number obscured due to the vehicle being painted in the past.
  14. Hello all, I just recently picked up a 240z from Texas that I have been eyeing for about 5 years. Not much info on the car, it appears to be a 72' based on the carbs and headlight buckets, but the vin # seems high for that year, 149747. It has the usual rust problems although not that bad. The battery tray just started to rust through. The passenger side floor board is rotted due to a heater core leak? The driver side looks intact. There isn't a straight panel on the car, but I am looking forward to working on it.
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