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Sirpent last won the day on December 6 2012

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  1. Olli Not to far off the mark, but I.m afraid its rust setting in on me, I had a major fall doing some cleaning up after some renovations at home and almost sliced open my jugular while causing a back injury. I am on the mend and will be back on the tools as soon as possible. Cheers John
  2. #1 LCA's are waiting to get fab'd #2 I use a paint brush when I remember too LOL #3 These fine young cannibals http://www.ebay.com.au/sch/Industrial-Flap-Discs/170801/bn_2209894/i.html
  3. Just some seam overwelding and linishing back today and boxed in the lower torsion bar mount points leaving boxed in access points for the torsion bar nuts. Cheers John
  4. Sirpent

    2 4 0 Z L S 1

    To me This is probably the best build thread with such attention to detail I have seen. I only wish you were down the street so I could stick my head in and admire this in real life. Cheers John
  5. While waiting for the rear diff cradle to return with the new LCA's............... Decided that the front torsion bar mounts needed some reinforcement.
  6. I will take it that you mean "Z" literally and that "Z" doesnt represent some other meaning LMAO I doubt yours would need the amount of grinding mine did as your work is pretty exceptional to start with Cheers John
  7. Well after all that grinding, I can say that I no longer have an iron deficiency LMAO
  8. What fabrication skills ? I'm a hack compared to many on here but thanks none the less I actually did 2 walk around vids which I will post the links to shortly
  9. Sirpent

    Zeta GT - 260Z 2+2 1977 T6

    About time ! Interesting project which I will be watching
  10. A day of "Spit and Shine" grinding on the welds today Chassis weighs in at 112 Lb, rear diff cradle is just over 33 Lb.............. Cheers John
  11. Chassis all welded now, just a few pics for now but overall really happy as it looks and is a hell of a lot stronger and sorted now. Heaps of gussets especially around the rear diff / LCA cradel. Lots of deburing and clean up of some of the welds, can now also get the rear LCA's fabricated now that the cradle is stable welded and transportable. A final fit up of the chassis complete with engine trans and diff followed by welding in the new tunnel then all off with the body to all be plastic bead blasted and locked up in EP before going any further. Additionally, picked up a set of Honda S2000 door mirrors with electrics and these Uber dash air vents out of Germany for an A3 which will go into the dash mod and build. Cheers John
  12. I'm afraid not The company that turned it all for me went bust after a supply deal to the U.S. went down the drain so you are looking at the one and only ever produced and as far as I am aware the only M112 manual conversion ever done.
  13. So after a morning of trimming, and hacking further into the rear of the cars floor pan to work out how to close the rear off, I finally set the new section in place only to get half a dozen tack welds in before the MIG started pushing out bird sh*t welds and packed it in ;( Nevertheless, its in place of sorts.
  14. Sirpent

    2 4 0 Z L S 1

    As always, Sensational work even if you did rip off one of my idea's LOL