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    1970 901/black
    1970 903/blue
    1973 110/black

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  1. @Captain Obvious The flat tops will be back on, nice and clean some day... They are stored in my “secret layer” waiting for some will to go true them, but not now, as I just want to finish the ‘73 and get it rolling on it’s own power at one point... 😳😎
  2. @Captain Obvious That’s great info! Tks for the feedback. From your post I understand that I should have changed the balance tube when I removed the flat tops (that will be kept for future use) and changed to round top’s. I will clean it up a bit more the area and plug those holes. One step closer to turn the key get that car back on the road and finally drive it to... the storage unit for winter!...🥶😰
  3. So 1 and 2 could just be plugged? No. 3 does puzzles me too... Maybe the pipe is not at the right place?!.. it has 2 welded bracket on it to fix it somewhere... and what about no. 5? 🤨😳
  4. Yes... and it will not see the snow! I could have detailed a bit more the engine, will probably do this winter...
  5. Tks! What about no 4 on the photos, what have you done with that one?...
  6. First of all, sorry to ask if the info is already posted somewhere but I can't seems to find the right answers... Will start the fresh rebuilt engine tomorrow. While reassembling I have decided to delete the su’s heating. Then came the questions... A ) To keep OEM, B ) To plug C ) To leave open the following : Photo 1 and Photo 2 : both sides of N36 Photo 3 : to balance tube Photo 4 : on driver inner fender, connector from tank to ... 3 hoses Photo 5 : on balance tube, 1 underneath, 1 on top... Thank you!!
  7. Great tks @siteunseen very informative. I’ll keep this for future references.
  8. Can anyone identify this? Since my ‘73 complete restoration is near completion I am going around my ‘70 240Z to see what is the extent of the parts that I will need before starting the restoration process. While checking the front suspension I came across the Front Torsion Tension Strut Rod. I did not recall seeing such cap/cover on a 240Z before. Anyone has an idea if it is OEM, aftermarket or simply not beloning to this car??... Any insights will be much appreciated. Thank you!
  9. Here is a few pix of the project from the start to the almost completion ...
  10. @grannyknot and @psdenno Thank you! That makes sens since I did not re install the AC.
  11. It has been a long way from the day I have acquired my ‘73 240Z 12 months ago, to today when I almost see it driving down the road... Thank God I started off with a good and relatively clean car but still maybe I should have just walked into a Porsche dealer and buy a 911 of the shelf for the price... Go figure...🤨 The goal was not to end up with a show car / garage Queen BUT... Z-day minus a week or so of work to install the rebuilt engine and rebuilt 4 speed trans, I realized that my car turned out MUCH better than I have anticipated/expected at the start of this journey, which lead me to meet mostly great people (and a few not too reliable ones) of this community that is the great Z community. During that restoration the only thing I did not do or over see (and I Do regret it today...) was to replate all of the nuts and hardware. When I started disassembling the car, the hardware looked descent, but when put back in a mint car it does look like crap!... Anyway, that’s not the point of this post, the point is that I have 1 part left that I totally forgot where it goes...😳 Part of it goes inside the car and the end drops somewhere outside, there is so much my brain can retain and I need some help! So where does that vent/drain goes?...😓 thank you for the help!!
  12. I have a MY 8/70 and it has the panel without, exacted as Kat photo, blue on blue. Thus it is unique, the access openings on the later panels are much more convenient!...
  13. Yes the early ones are very unique. No openings for back lights access. As far as pricing I could not tell.
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