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  1. The harness passes through the floor in the passenger side under/behind the seat...maybe worn and grounding at the pass through?
  2. FOr a look at what can be hidden under a couple of gallons of bondo and shiny paint...
  3. That is kind of the point...Charley has already found all of that out, and made a stronger rail that looks right. But to answer your question, the frame rails have harnes mounts, brake line mounts, Tension compression rod mounts, sway bar mounts, and more... and some of those mounts must be in the right location, or the car will have issues. I don't remember the gauge of steel in the factory or CHarleys version, but while his look right cosmetically, they are thicker and stronger.
  4. It can be done, but there are also mountings on the frame rails-you would need some good material, and a big heavy brake to bend it with and a jig to put(and hold) everything in the right place for welding-depending on what part of the rails you need to replace.. I didn't see the need to reinvent the whole nine yards I bought a set from Charley Osborne at Zed Findings and spent the time getting ready for them cleaning up what was there, working out how to put them in the right place and practicing my welding.. Those I bought are outwardly indistinguishable from factory parts. If you diy-be sure to post everything!
  5. With no part number update, the one piece version was probably another a get'er done answer.
  6. Looks like a Nardi Personal with an inexpensive after market lace on leather cover(the spokes are not tended to). It will take a 240Z specific hub adapter, to go on the column, and the wheel will bolt to that.. Should still be available from Nardi/dealer, but you might luck out on ebay...
  7. Don't worry, While pictures can change with age too I have a NOS one to judge by, and one that was wrapped within a week of being sold-between those two that have hardly seen the light of day in nearly 50 years, and identifying the resin used- I believe I the original color is pretty much locked down Look really closely at the "blond" in your wheel-it is the wood, not the resin... The wood might be a little lighter than original from sanding, but resin does three things with uv exposure and heat cycles ... give up its original chemistry, shrink, and darken.
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