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  1. I have a related question: my aftermarket intake manifold isn't drilled for the check valve. Instead of drilling it could I get away with just using a small filter breather after the check valve, or does the booster need to be linked with the air in the intake manifold for some specific reason?
  2. Someone with patience, time, and space: please rescue this one... http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Very-Rare-Restorable-Fairlady-Z-early-70s-/170653551729?pt=US_Cars_Trucks&hash=item27bbbe8c71
  3. Yep, the stainless Fujitsubo header fits on a LHD 240z just fine. I was able to get one shipped to North America with these guys: http://www.nengun.com/fujitsubo/super-ex Here's a photo of the steering shaft clearance...
  4. I used these guys based out of Washington State to re-plate the chrome on my 240z tail light trims. The result was impressive. http://www.cvvacuumplaters.com/restoration.htm
  5. I was reading a old treath of your workswheels , i was wondering if found some ?

    Regards Adrian Verkuijlen ad@verkuijlen.demon.nl

  6. There was a BOB SHARP valve cover on a car on ebay a while back, George. Attached is a photo from that auction. Looks like they were $119 new.
  7. Attached are some more photos of the Kakimoto style valve covers...
  8. btw, its also up for grabs on ebay! http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=8051268180&sspagename=ADME%3AL%3ALCA%3AUS%3A11
  9. Hey, check it out. I restored my P30 intake mainifold. Its kind of a hard one to come by. After much blasting, and clear-coating, it looks pretty much like new. pics attached...
  10. The same thing used to happen in the 280z, to my CD player whenever I put the car in reverse.
  11. Isn't that rally clock the early 70-73 version -the one with two knobs? I thought 74-78 got the calendar clock. Either way, its a beautiful thing.
  12. Right. he, he. I knew that, seriously, I was just testing you guyes! :stupid:
  13. Interesting thread, I have no stress fractures on my doors, however, when I close my driver's side door, the metal 'POP's as the closing or opening motion is about halfway through. Could this be the doorskin that has deformed over time and is poping in and out of place ever time is moved? anyone else have this problem or know how to fix it?
  14. Is that a US spec 240Z? It has no rear marker lights. :cross-eye
  15. Hey- for all you rally clock fans, here is the guts of one on ebay, not too expensive, but its the 77, 78 version.... http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=7973744767&category=33673
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