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  1. 1975 280z project for sale - Sold

    I have sold almost everything that was listed, including the body of the car. Once I get everything shipped out and get things organized I'll list more stuff in parts-for-sale, most of which will be smaller items. Thanks to all for the great response, and good luck with your projects. First race with the new car is end of February so a lot of work to do on that now. Tim
  2. 280z project car parts sell off. - Sold

    I have sold almost everything that was listed, including the body of the car. Once I get everything shipped out and get things organized I'll list more stuff, most of which will be smaller items. Thanks to all for the great response, and good luck with your projects. First race with the new car is end of February so a lot of work to do on that now. Tim
  3. 1975 280z project for sale - Sold

    Updated price and parts that are included. Tim
  4. 280z project car parts sell off. - Sold

    Added initial prices to most things, sorry about that.
  5. 280z project car parts sell off. - Sold

    I'm probably not going to be able to respond to PMs or the thread until the 26th at this point. Swamped with family stuff. Please go ahead and send me messages and I'll get back to you if I get a chance or starting Tuesday AM. Tim
  6. 280z project car parts sell off. - Sold

    I would assume that it should work if you have everything to use that diff with a stock 240/280 suspension. http://www.wolfcreekracing.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=72&Itemid=61 I'm asking $650 for the CV kit. Nothing has even been removed from the box for inspection, I cut it open to take the picture a few weeks ago. I've been swamped with the holidays (family) and PMs so haven't been able to get everything priced yet. Hopefully soon. Tim
  7. 1975 280z project parts for sale. I'll be adding prices soon, I have to go through and figure out what everything will be individually. The car and whatever is still available is also for sale in the cars for sale forum. There is more, I'll be adding as I work through the inventory of stuff I've accumulated over the last 5 years for this project. The Parts (never run): · Chequered Flag Racing stub axels with longer studs - $550 · 2 Polished valve covers - $85/ea · 1 polished diff cover - $60 · Full set of Autometer gauges & sensors in aluminum dash - Pending sale o Oil Temp o Oil Pressure o Water Temp o Volts o Fuel level o Fuel pressure (as well as a spare still in the box apparently) o AFR w/Wide band sensor Parts that are used or refurbished · Professionally rebuilt r200 limited slip diff with 3.90 gears with finned 300zxt diff cover - $1250 · Original (working well) R200 3.55 open diff - $150 · Spare r200 open diff with 3.55 gears in pieces would need a full rebuild - $75 · 2 L28E complete engines & ECUs. One was running last fall when removed, the other was a spare that I never tested. - $250(for known good) - $150(effectively a core) · Datsun 4 speed transmission - $125 · All of the stock suspension - Photos of parts available at: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/xnzplgkqcqqrqhu/AAD4KauraN_5V3IEAyiQZBFBa?dl=0
  8. 1975 280z project for sale - Sold

    I've apparently started selling parts now. I've updated the list of available components and will be keeping it up to date as things sell off of it. I'll also be adding the parts to the parts for sale forum. Tim
  9. 1975 280z project for sale - Sold

    I have now purchased a 1972 Porsche so I need this out of the garage to prep the new car for the spring season. If nobody wants it by the end of the year, it will be moving to the parts for sale section. There is a LOT of stuff to go with this car and I took the least flattering pictures I could to show all the warts and problems. I don't want anyone surprised by the car if they take it. I would really like to see this go as a bundle, it is a great project, I just have too many things going on to do it currently. All serious offers considered. Tim
  10. 1975 280z project for sale - Sold

    I added a link to photos and updated with some additional items included with the car. There is a lot more than what is listed. Tim
  11. 1975 280z project for sale. This car has a ton of parts and work already done. I started this to be used for NASA Time Trials, but am now more interested in Vintage racing. Pretty much nothing from this project is usable for vintage racing (1972 cutoff). The car is located in central Texas and I am asking $3k but am open to serious offers. The car: 1975 280z body is straight. Floor pans and frame rails professionally replaced. All insulation already stripped from car. I have fixed every spot of rust that I’ve found, it is currently a uni-body sitting on a body dolly (to be included if desired), so it can be moved around easily. I have a clear Texas title in my name. It would only take a few hours to have this car ready to be media blasted. Although not pictured, both the doors & the hood are in good shape and still with the car. The Parts (never run): · Arizona Z Car o Front hubs billit with long lugs (clear anodized, not grey) · Chequered Flag Racing stub axels with longer studs · 2 Polished valve covers · 1 polished diff cover Parts that are used or refurbished · Professionally rebuilt r200 limited slip diff with 3.90 gears with finned 300zxt diff cover · Original (working well) R200 3.55 open diff · Spare r200 open diff with 3.55 gears in pieces would need a full rebuild · 2 L28E complete engines & ECUs. One was running last fall when removed, the other was a spare that I never tested. · Datsun 4 speed transmission · All of the stock suspension Things missing: · Stock interior (I have a lot of it, but it isn't in very good shape) · Car has not been caged yet There are a LOT of other parts not listed like tow hooks, fiberglass bumpers, spoilers and removable Momo steering wheel and just a ton of miscellaneous stuff. I would prefer to sell it all together. I've added a number of photos to a dropbox so everyone can see some of what is on offer. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/xnzplgkqcqqrqhu/AAD4KauraN_5V3IEAyiQZBFBa?dl=0 PM me if you are interested. Tim
  12. Mike Kelly's Zcar Project

    Mike, I can't wait to hear how your initial shakedown runs go. I've been following your and Matt's threads for 3-4 years now since I got my S30. Seeing you guys make progress on these amazing builds keeps me going on my car (a modest build by comparison). It is depressing when months go by and I don't get to do anything with my car due to work/life, but seeing you continue to make and share your progress really does do a lot for me and probably others. Tim
  13. R200 Finned Diff Cover

    Is this still available? Tim
  14. betamotorsports.com is no more

    Best of luck, sorry to hear Beta Motorsports is gone, I enjoyed doing business with you. Tim
  15. Mike Kelly's Zcar Project

    Mike, while I understand the logic some people are presenting here, the reality is that sometimes changing direction is the only way to get different results. I'm not particularly in the SBC or LS camp, but clearly things have not gone your way on this project, which is sad. Your and Matt Isbell's build threads are the two threads I make time to follow. You both have astounding projects which always help me stay motivated on my project. It is easy to get stuck fighting the same problems over and over again or variations on a theme. Sometimes a somewhat significant change is the only way to look at the problem from the much needed different vantage point to resolve the issue. I tend to believe sunk costs are sunk costs, you need to look at what is the best way to move forward, not the best way to save invested efforts. Despite your evident frustration you seem to be doing a good job of making a plan to succeed rather than simply persevere or "stay the course". Kudos to you IMO. Even if you end up succeeding with a different car (not my personal preference FWIW) I hope to be able to follow your progress. This is completely irrational, but I had a similar experience 25 years ago with a '57 Chevy that simply didn't like the 327 I put in it. That engine had been fine in 2 cars before and 1 after but the '57 didn't like it (again I understand how irrational that is), did fine with the 396 after I got the steering linkage sorted though. Gook luck, Tim
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