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  1. Hello, My name is Joey, and I am looking to start a dream project. Thing's I care about: -Little to NO rust -Title/Paperwork Thing's I don't care about: -Engine Please contact my gmail @joepez56 or via text @773-719-9133 (Please do not abuse my info, I only am giving it because I will resond faster to those)
  2. 7M-GTE Devil Z

    Hey everone, So i`ve finally gotten the chance to do a engine swap in my car and thought i would post up a build thread on here so show you what im up too and to get some advice from all you gurus.I`ve got a 1972 240z with a L24 with basically just a MSD ignition setup on it. But at work we had a pretty clean 7M-GTE sitting around so I picked it up for $200 and started my swap. The 7m had a blown hg so I decided to do a full rebuild as this will be my daily. An older picture of my car: *sorry for crappy cell phone pics What i currently have: when I first took it out of the box: after a little tear down/inspection and clean: the two mating faces: So far I have started by pulling it all apart and getting the head machined. Luckily it was only warped 0.005in needed a total of 0.012in to take all the pitting out of the block for the metal head gasket. Then I microsonicly cleaned all the parts and did a proper rebuild, with a little port on ex runners, polish on ex runners, and all new seals and gaskets all around. And of course some paint to make it look a little nicer. Picked up a freshly rebuilt R154 from a local mechanic: Had the flywheel machined: Started tearing down the block: As of right now I have a fully rebuilt head ready to be put on the block and the block was decked and honed. Im just in the middle of ordering some parts then I'll put it all together!! I litterally cannot wait to drive this car when its boosted. its a long awaited dream of mine. Any questions, opinions and comments are welcome!! just don't hate on the 7M to bad, I think since I am building it properly it will be good as a daily with 250-300bhp Chris
  3. 1972 Datsun 240Z Project SOLD!!!!!! SOLD!!! Awesome clean 240, would be a great cruiser with weekend racer potential, or a great base for a vintage race car. This was a 100% running car until I took the motor out of it. A complete L28/5sp is included, but the motor needs a rebuild. A good rebuilt running motor would make this into a fabulous car. CLEAN OREGON TITLE IN HAND! 240z shell with good paint, and minimum rust. Clean dog-legs, lower fenders, lower valence, no rust in the battery tray, hatch tray or in the hatch itself, very clean gas cap area, no dents or dings. Some paint chips, but overall the paint is 8/10. Engine: N42 L80 with N47 head. MSA 3-2 header. Rebello prepared twin SU carbs flow ported, tuned needles and jets set for autocross, Fuel tank acid cleaned and POR 15 sealed, Mallory HyFire 6 - digital ignition control, relocated light weight battery, dual electric cooling fans, electric fuel pump. Driveline: 5sp Transmission, Subaru R160 LSD diff, out of an SVX, CV axle conversion. Modern Motorsport rear disk brake conversion using 240sx rear calipers. Stainless brake lines front and rear, Hawk HP plus brake pads. Suspension: Adjustable coil overs, springs with 320 lbs front and 400lbs back, corner balanced, lowered 1.7", Tokico five position adjustable shocks, adjustable camber plates, adjustable caster control arms, rear caster and camber adjustable concentric bolts, Two front sway bars racing 7/8" and softer 3/4", front and rear shock tower braces. Body/Interior: 4 point welded roll bar installed, custom front to rear body stiffening frame rails, Recaro seats with 5 point racing harness. Clean mostly complete interior, capped dash, solid center console, good transmission tunnel upholstery, great condition headliner and sun visors. Momo steering wheel, aftermarket tach with programmable shift light. Working locks, Techno Toy Tuning tow hooks front and rear Front and rear 240z bumpers in good shape, ZG flares, Type 1 airdam, headlight covers. Lots more high resolution images in the gallery: https://imgur.com/a/srrYY Car is located in Portland Oregon.
  4. MY NEW BABY

    This is my new baby(AND GRAND BABY'S), thanks to my wife, it's my birthday present, came off the trailer just before i had to leave for work tonight. So i still haven't had time to really check it out. I drove it around the block everything so far seems nice and tight for a quick inspection. Overall very happy cant wait to get registered
  5. Hello all!! After replacing the floor pans and bracket base, I broke off a stud on my donor veh 1970 seat frame. It's a very unique bolt. Anyone have any ideas on where I can get a replacement and how to remove the old and install the new one...Help!!!
  6. Hi everyone, my name is Jarl. I've been lurking on this forum for a little while in anticipation of purchasing a Z, and a few days ago I bought a 1972 240z. I bought the car from a guy in Ukiah, about 2.5 hours from where I live in Davis, California. Partway through the drive back I stopped off at an auto parts store to do some quick maintenance since the car was running rough. After replacing a few parts I try to start my car and find that the lock tumbler for my ignition was broken. So, I spent an hour trying to get the key to turn and finally ended up pulling apart the steering column and disconnecting the ignition tumbler from the ignition switch and starting it using the switch. I got the car home, and I had a locksmith fix my ignition tumbler. After he dismantled and reinstalled the tumbler in my car, for some reason the car started cranking while the key was turned to the lock position. I assumed that might be a problem with my ignition switch, so I replaced that but I am still having the same problem. (The door is slightly open in this picture. I'm not very good at posing my car for photos apparently.) I don't know much about the history of the car. It has an Anaheim Medical sticker on the front windshield, so I assume it lived down in the Los Angeles area for a time. It came from the factory as an orange color, but somewhere along the lines it was painted blue and the interior was redone. I was considering doing an engine swap, but at the moment I am thinking that I will probably stick with the original L24 motor and see what I can build up from there. It appears to have had an air conditioning system installed previously as well, but that's missing from the car now. The body seems to have surprisingly little rust on it compared to what it could be anyway. There are a couple of quarter sized rust holes in the drivers footwell floor under the pedals, but I don't think the rust is going to be a major problem for this car. A little grinding and welding at some point in the future and the rusty bits will be good as new. Someone already welded in a patch behind the passenger seat. Anyway, I'm not really sure what my plan is for the car in the long run. So far I've been doing a lot of reading on the forums and dreaming of what my car could be eventually. Glad to be here! -Jarl
  7. So I can't seem to figure out this electrical problem. My turn signal switch worked for a while and then stopped working. Park lights still work when the headlights are turned on and hazard lights work, The brake lights worked for a while but recently stopped working as well (not sure if caused by turn signal problem) So I tried cleaning the connections by following this write up: http://fiddlingwithzcars.wordpress.com/2012/12/04/turn-signal-repair/ and after they still don't work. So i borrowed a turn signal from another 72' 240z and still nothing so it has to be before the switch. Haven't had the chance to follow the wire and i'm not really looking forward to dealing with electrical since i just fixed an alternator problem which was a headache. Any input is appreciated.
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