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  1. Do you mind cleaning it up and snapping a few pics? I've bought one a little dirty that hid some serious scuffing. Thanks!
  2. View Advert Series 1 Hatch Glass Wanted I'm looking for the hatch glass for an early 240z with the vertical defroster lines. I'd like to find something in good shape without scratches and chips if possible. Advertiser Zaspen Date 01/13/2020 Price Category Parts Wanted Year 1972 Model 240z  
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    I'm looking for the hatch glass for an early 240z with the vertical defroster lines. I'd like to find something in good shape without scratches and chips if possible.

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  4. I'm trying to determine the correct hatch glass for my 72 240z. A lot of info I am seeing indicates that the vertical defroster lines were only in 70/71 model years but further research leads me to believe the change happened in the middle of the 72 production at 1/72 production date. I think the parts book supports this. Mine is 10/71 production date an I think it should have vertical. Does this sound correct?
  5. I totally agree that those parts look great- I'm starting to get some similar parts stacked up as I wait for my body also! I'm curious about the rubber/poly for the T/C rods- what is the theory behind that as opposed to all poly or rubber? My car was almost 100% poly and I'm going back to rubber everywhere mainly because I couldn't stand the poly squeaks. No clue what I'm going to do for the moustache bar- my bushings seem fine but the washers are shot.
  6. View Advert Cowl Screw One of my cowl screws never made it back from the plater. Anybody have one or two they would like to sell? Advertiser Zaspen Date 12/25/2019 Price Category Parts Wanted Year 1972 Model 240z  
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    One of my cowl screws never made it back from the plater. Anybody have one or two they would like to sell?

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    Looking to see if anybody has an air pump pulley they would sell. I'd also be interested in any other emissions valves or hoses. Thanks!

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  9. View Advert Air pump pulley for 72 240Z Looking to see if anybody has an air pump pulley they would sell. I'd also be interested in any other emissions valves or hoses. Thanks! Advertiser Zaspen Date 12/13/2019 Price Category Parts Wanted Year 1972 Model 240Z  
  10. That engine blue looks great. Is that the spray can from Banzai? On a related note what color are you using for the tail light panel- I know there are a lot of opinions on this!
  11. That looks a lot like the rust on my 240! Not too bad. The yellow zinc items look great. In general do you plate the various emissions valves? I know both the "AB" valve and "Control" valve have aluminum parts and I thought the acid bath would destroy the aluminum.
  12. I'm in the middle of restoring my 240 and I'd really like to have all of the emissions equipment on there for the factory look but I'm wondering if there are any performance or reliability drawbacks. My emissions parts have all been removed for as long as I've owned it. I suppose I can disable everything and still have it on the car for looks. Thoughts? Also- does anyone have extra emissions parts laying around? So far I have the two pieces that mount to the balance tube and possibly an air gallery that I hope to be able to clean up and re-use. Thanks.
  13. That was my thought also. Different bushings and a related mark. But why "B" and "Y". Some things we will never know...
  14. I found the markings by accident when I was testing out some new media I got for my blasting cabinet. I had another pair from a parts car and I blasted them and saw the same B and Y markings. I agree that they look exactly the same.