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About Modern240

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  1. Actually, looking at it some more, the flange on the 240 dash frame seems to be a little lower, so it's possible that there are 4 holes and the top set is just hidden by the sheet metal lip.
  2. Yes, they do differ. These aren't the stock columns, but Silvermine matches the stock mount points, so it works for comparison. I plan on going power steering anyway, so if the wheel mount is the only difference, I could just pick up a 280Z column instead. I think I might be able to just make the 4 matching holes in the 280z pedal box, though. I've never actually removed my dash or steering column from the car. The two pictures below are of the two dash frames. First is a 280Z, and the second is a RHD 240Z. They both only seem to have two holes in the steering column ar
  3. Wow, thank you for the thorough pictures! Someone local to me has one for sale, so I might grab it and see how much work it will take to adapt. Worst case scenario I can always sell it.
  4. Thanks! That would be a big help. I have Z32 brakes front and rear, so the stock setup is undersized.
  5. In a search for better brake booster options, I'm considering swapping a 260/280Z pedal box into my '72 240Z. Obviously the brake booster and clutch master bolt holes will have to be redrilled, but I'm not sure on the other mounting points. Do the two holes near the steering column line up with the top set of the 4 holes in 240Z box? If not, does the sizing of the assemblies work out such that I could just drill four new holes in the correct spot for the dash attachment? Are there any other mismatches that would make this more work than its worth?
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