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    1970 - 240Z
    1990 - 300ZX
    1966 - PL520 Truck
    1969 - Patrol L60

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  1. I was on a similar search for the brake cable boot for my Datsun 520. My solution was a a bicycle cable boot. I recommend you expand your search to include bike and motorcycle components. Let us know your success and failures. Keith
  2. Chase, thanks for the link...I had this one on my radar: https://apexhaust.com.au/5-x-3-x-12-inches-long-cc-1-75-inches Keith
  3. Chase, Great solution. Please provide a link to muffler supplier. Thanks, Keith
  4. Note, from the photos the seat rail are missing. Keith
  5. Per the ad: https://dallas.craigslist.org/ndf/pts/d/dallas-1975-datsun-280-original-factory/7327618765.html 1975 Datsun 280 Z Original Factory Seats and seat belts from the 8,000 original mile car we built on the show and featured at SEMA offered by Gas Monkey Garage. This is a VERY Rare set of Original Factory OEM Seats and the correct date coded seat belts from the 1975 Datsun 280Z we built on the show and was displayed at SEMA in 2018. They are in near flawless condition ( there is one very small area on the drivers seat back, see all pics) we used a set of JDM seats in the bui
  6. All, 1) Is the hook and loop (Velcro) sewn to the front (and rear???) carpet or is the stick on type of hook and loop? 2) Which part of the Velcro, the hook (rough side) or the loop (smooth side) is sewn to the carpet? The other side would be glued to the metal floor.) Thanks, Keith
  7. Process information https://www.classiczcars.com/forums/topic/36036-seat-restoration/ Keith
  8. Dennis, I prefer not to offer any negative comments in the setting of a public forum. (Unfortunately, my experience has had it's ups and downs, due greatly to suppliers of products.) I only extended an offer to personally share recent experiences with you. However, if you prefer a sanitized summary of my experience I can document that here. Keith
  9. I am always ready to share the details of my recent conversations with Distinctive Industries, Seatz Manufacturing (Bryan), Motorsport Industries/The Z Store (Greg) and Classic Datsun Motorsports (Les). Keith
  10. I have vast....I mean VAST experience with trying to recover 240Z seats... PM me with your phone number and I'll call you to share my challenges and successes! Keith
  11. Since it is 520 Day the 240Z wanted a photo with his garage mate. Keith
  12. Here is the closest material I have found: http://trf.zeni.net/webcatalog/specials9.35/38.php?s_wt=1133&s_ht=906 Unfortunately, it is light beige/cream natural color. I have found a supplier of natural dyes (https://www.jacquardproducts.com/procion-mx), who previously indicated he was too busy to take on the project of formulating a brown dye to match the original color. Hopefully, in the next few months I’ll have a quote of the pricing for the project. Keith
  13. Esprist, Your website shows a set (https://jdm-car-parts.com/collections/interior-trim-nissan-datsun-fairlady-z-240z-260z-280z-280zx/products/datsun-240z-1969-1971-seat-cover-set?variant=1045889564). 1) Are these Distinctive Industries or Seatz manufactued set? 2) Can you provide a link to the "exact matching ones from Japan for a cost of $450 a set"? Thanks, Keith
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