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JLPurcell

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JLPurcell last won the day on May 8 2020

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    1970 240Z Ser#HLS30-00029 Now in the loving hands of its new owner Les Canaday, Original owner 1972 240Z Ser#HLS30-93606 Origianl owner IZCC registry #105 back in my garage following a total restoration by Classic Datsun Motorsports. (Les Canaday), Purchased HLS30-04575 July 2017 from original owner in Indianapolis. Currently White with Blue interior. 1972 Toyota FJ40 fully restored.

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  1. View Advert Mikuni 44's on original Datsun Comp Intake Yes, one of the Holy Grails of Datsun Parts. A set of Mikuni 44's on an original Datsun Comp Intake. This set was just restored and rebuilt by Mike Malone. They are ready to rock and roll. Make an offer. Packing, and shipping will be added to the winning offer. Thank you for looking. Advertiser JLPurcell Date 01/09/2022 Price Category Parts for Sale  
  2. This advert is COMPLETED!

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    Yes, one of the Holy Grails of Datsun Parts. A set of Mikuni 44's on an original Datsun Comp Intake. This set was just restored and rebuilt by Mike Malone. They are ready to rock and roll. Make an offer. Packing, and shipping will be added to the winning offer. Thank you for looking.

    NO VALUE SPECIFIED

    RICHMOND, Indiana - US

  3. Johnathan, thanks I just order a couple! JLP
  4. Does anyone know of a source for a replacement OEM or OEM equivalent for the heat riser tube from the exhaust manifold to the air cleaner? Thanks in advance for your help. JLP
  5. It seems that clear zinc is correct. At least that is what is on the 70 - #00869 in my driveway. JLP
  6. Honestly I don't know if yellow or clear is correct? Anyone?
  7. I am in need of the fasteners for the rubber bushing retainers for the brake, fuel, and clutch lines. Does anyone have or know of someone who might have a set. Are they still available? Thanks in advance for your consideration.
  8. I was the third owner, looking at this ad. I thought I purchased it from the first owner, but I purchased it our to New Mexico from Jim Campbell in the mid-70's from an ad in Auto Week. He had raced it and it had been in the run offs it was painted in the BRE Livery when I purchased it (the only picture of it in this livery is below). Les still has the car and is managing the upgrades. I will be picking it up in March if all goes as planned. As I the car is getting another start on life as a race car and there will be more information on this in the near future. PROJECT 29
  9. You will be hearing more about the next phase of the 00029's life in the near future. Below is the new power plant, it is exciting! l 123_1 (6).mp4
  10. Does anyone know of a source for the final hose (90 degree cloth wrapped) hose for the smog pump system?
  11. the silencer as pictured. Do you have an extra silencer?
  12. Does anyone know what the easiest way to change the air pump filter housing is on the 1972 Datsun 240Z?
  13. Chris, I am making it for looks only. I purchased a new injection rail and had the exhaust manifold welded up on the inside so rail can still be installed. If you remove the inner parts for the pump it still rides on the bearings but will not move air. I just wanted it for presentation . I put the cast iron and cast aluminum in the freezer and the piping for re-plating came out fairly easily.

    Jerry 

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