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  1. View Advert Looking for drivers door patch panel My 1976 280z driver's door has a unpullable dent at the top right where where the mirror bolts to it. It's in an extremely tight location and I don't think I can pound it out. Wondering if anyone has a rusty door that they could cut out a patch panel out of. I *think* any year 240-280 should work but not 100% sure. Advertiser fusion Date 10/21/2021 Price Category Parts Wanted Year 1976 Model 280z  
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    My 1976 280z driver's door has a unpullable dent at the top right where where the mirror bolts to it. It's in an extremely tight location and I don't think I can pound it out. Wondering if anyone has a rusty door that they could cut out a patch panel out of. I *think* any year 240-280 should work but not 100% sure.

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  3. Car was media blasted to bare metal and sprayed with epoxy primer. Metal looks good.
  4. I am using Marugen Shokai over fenders. They seem to have a bit of range of where they can be mounted.
  5. I am in the early stages of fitting my rear ZG flares on my 280z. I have read through a lot of install threads, most of which have broken picture links. My understanding is the best way to decide how high up to mount the flares is to remove the spring from my BC racing coilover to allow the shock to compress all the way to the bump stop. However, when I did that, I can only compress the shock up so far until the rear wheel/tire (275-50-r15) runs into the factory wheel arch. There is still a ways to go before the bump stop bottoms out. But it's extremely hard to measure the distance remaining. It's a chicken-and-egg scenario. I can't determine where to make my cut line until I can compress the wheel/tire all the way, but I can't do that without cutting the metal first. I must be missing something, any thoughts?
  6. View Advert Early 280z EFI fuel tank and sending unit Came out of my 1976 280z. Using a plastic LS tank so don't need this. Looks to be in great shape. Comes with fuel level sensor. Price does not include shipping Advertiser fusion Date 07/24/2021 Price $400 Category Parts for Sale  
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    Came out of my 1976 280z. Using a plastic LS tank so don't need this. Looks to be in great shape. Comes with fuel level sensor. Price does not include shipping

    $400

    Saint Paul, Minnesota - US

  8. View Advert Z31 Nissan 300zx turbo LSD differential with finned cover Up for sale is an extremely rare LSD diff from a turbo 300zx. Comes with the rare finned cover. This came with a car I purchased but I will not be using it. It has a 3.70 gear ratio. I have not run the diff myself and therefore cannot personally confirm it's running condition, but it looks to be in good shape. $900 Buyer pays shipping costs Advertiser fusion Date 07/24/2021 Price $900 Category Parts for Sale  
  9. This advert is COMPLETED!

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    Up for sale is an extremely rare LSD diff from a turbo 300zx. Comes with the rare finned cover. This came with a car I purchased but I will not be using it. It has a 3.70 gear ratio. I have not run the diff myself and therefore cannot personally confirm it's running condition, but it looks to be in good shape. $900 Buyer pays shipping costs

    $900

    Saint Paul, Minnesota - US

  10. My car is currently a bare shell, otherwise I'd be glad to help.
  11. Thanks man, looks great. Any issues with warpage? Anything you would have done differently?
  12. I am prepping a 1976 280z for paint. I'm assuming most people separate the sugar scoop from the fender when painting the car and paint both separately? Is there a gasket or anything that sits between them? Anyone have any experience or pictures where the scoop is welded to the fender? Obviously there would be a chance to warp the metal. But given they are tightly bolted together, curved surfaces, and it's a flanged butt joint, seems like it would be fairly resistant to warping. Seems straightforward to jump around making a lot of tack welds, grind smooth and finish with a skim coat of filler. But I wanted to get some opinions. Any pictures would be great. Thanks in advance.
  13. Sounds great, thanks man. I'll PM you my address
  14. What do most people do when restoring a car? I'm thinking about welding it and body working it.
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