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  1. Hello Hybridz Members! Three piece spoiler for Datsun s30 240z 260z 280z Product is made from fiberglass with a flat black primer finish. Hence, spoiler is not a finished product ready for paint. This spoiler has 2 mount holes in center piece and 2 on each individual corner. It also has 2 threaded inserts in center piece and 1 on each individual corner.Quality and fitment are really good, all spoilers are brand new and never installed. some modification might be needed for perfect fitment. Price $280 shipped! - I can provide a discount for a group buy (5 minimum) Item ships from California* Local pick up available Payment: Paypal or cash for local pick up Any questions please feel free to send a PM
  2. Hey guys, I am putting together my S30 and am looking for a: BRE style Spoiler Thin front Fiberglass Bumper Please let me know what you guys have. Thanks in advance.
  3. Hi, I'm looking for a used msa victory or retro spec downforce spoiler for my 280z. Fiberglass is acceptable. Looking at all tall spoilers but not the whale tail style. If you have one you are interested in letting go please PM me or comment below. Thank you
  4. Hi guys, About me I'm new to these forums, and will be posting a build log soon for my 1972 240z project. I just wanted to quickly post up a review over a company that my friends and I haven't really heard of before getting one of these cars. Why I ordered this part, and chose Retro-Spec I wanted a spoiler for my 240z, and figured I wanted to get a nice lightweight one so that my hatch and strut wouldn't have to put up with a weight acting as a lever on the end. (This car will be my new DD). So I searched around and decided I wanted to give the company Retro spec a try. I did so as a test to see their quality and service since they have various goodies for our cars, and didn't want to drop a fortune on them until I was sure they were worth it. I want to make a note that I don't want the look of carbon fiber on my build, so any composite pieces will be painted appropriately. However, some of you may want the look of bare carbon fiber, so this review may be worth while. Ordering Process There is two websites, and a Facebook page. The two websites are a little conflicting. One has a self check out, the other has a notice to email them for part ordering and information. I didn't see the second site until after I ordered from their self help website. To me, its unnecessary to have more than one site, and at first, was concerned I just bought from a fake site, so emailed them to confirm and got a response shortly after . I was kindly informed not to worry, and that my order was already being processed, and to check out them on Facebook, if I have it. (I don't) So they do respond, and quickly, which is good. Cost I paid 279.99 for a carbon fiber tail with shipping to Oregon. Not bad. Shipping Review I ordered 5/14/2016, and today (6/27/2016) got the package. A little over a month turn around time, but I don't mind for composite pieces. I understand it takes time. However, I didn't get any tracking information, and the "shopping notice / receipt" email that was sent claims it will update itself to show current status. It never changed to show it shipped, so today before I got it, it still said "order processing". Its important to me to have shipping information so that I can be sure to be there when the part comes, as well as ensure it wont be stolen when delivered. So this is a negative to me. Quality Okay and now finally about the part. I will explain first, then show pics. The spoiler looks good from afar, no noticeable problems such as being wavy or anything. Up close, the carbon fiber is flawed a bit in some places. However the real problem comes from the resin. Its fish eyed in places, has some type of lines running across from the mold, is not very smooth, and has some bubbles. What makes matters worse, is a few chips and pits. See the corner in the picture below. The pictures dont really do it justice how unpolished and rushed the part looks. Overall Not bad for the cost. My friends agreed that for the price, its just fine. The cons such as the turnaround time, lack of shipping updates, and the fact that the carbon fiber can never be left raw and unfinished due to its poor appearance may be a definite negative to some. Like I said above however, I don't care for the look of it for this particular project, but its still sad none the less. I will be giving this part some good sanding and so forth before it gets painted. Will I buy from Retro-Spec again? I'm really not sure. I haven't tried all the other options out there, so I will probably try another company for a competing part. That's it for the review guys. I cant wait to post up my build!
  5. I just acquired a 1976 280z parts car that I am only taking a few things off of. I'm looking to part out anything basically. Shoot me an offer if you want something, and also check out my wanted ad, as we could work out a trade as well for parts I need for my build. I have already taken the louvers, hood, and windshield for my car. Also the frame is non-existent so don't ask for pieces of it. Location: Warren/Youngstown, Ohio Major parts for sale: Complete with 45,000 original miles N42/N42 2.8L engine ran when parked currently has no spark to try and fire it up, but does still turn over easily 4-speed transmission Stock R200 differential 280z Front and rear strut assemblies Whale Tail Fiberglass front fenders with molded flares Rear flares ( will need to be molded in) Wiring, ECU, etc. (Wheels are sold)
  6. Star Road Front spoiler

    Does anyone know where i can get my hands on one of these Front spoilers????? Who makes them??? Ive seen them on Star Road s30 z cars but cant seem to find them available to purchase. any Intel?
  7. I am currently rebuilding/restoring a 1976 280z. I am located near Youngstown Ohio and would prefer large items to be within driving distance. Send me a message and we can discuss anything you may have. Items I'm looking for as follows: ZG flares Z432 rear spoiler or BRE Ground control coil-overs (280z) Camber Plates Toyota Front brakes vented or non-vented setups Rear Disc Conversion MSA 6-2 Headers (coated) MSA Twice pipes Fender Mirrors Rota RB stagger package wheels (black or gunmetal) Triple Carb setup (complete) Ignition Box Universal Fuse box and or Wiring Harness 5-Speed Transmission 280Z or ZX R200 LSD Flat top pistons (new not used) Cam (new not used)
  8. EDIT - I am willing to trade it for a quality set of standard (non-wide) ZG Flares. I imported this classic EVA wing from Japan a couple years back. This is a real EVA wing and not the cheaper knockoff. It's in mint condition (not a scratch on it but has obviously has been painted). I don't think this is the look I'm going for so, I'll finally let it go if someone wants it. If not, it's going to look awesome on my display shelf. The price is $330 Shipped in the US 48 states (you'd pay more to import one in rough condition). It'd be kind of a waste for it to become a shelf topper so, if anyone is going for this particular classic Japanese street fighter look, this would be a good addition. I will entertain any reasonable offer. Attached some reference photos in case you're unfamiliar with the EVA wing.
  9. For sale is a 1971 dark green 240Z. Asking 14,000. Mechanically, this car is great! Transmission and engine operate properly and the suspension is nicely upgraded. Not much in the way of extra noise from the interior. Speedo stopped working a bit ago. It was jumping around and then quit. My guess is that the cable needs to be cleaned of oil that was leaking from a now replaced oil pressure sender unit. Nothing needs to be done to this car to enjoy it every day. It sounds great, runs great, and feels quick and planted. It's got a JDM look with the fender mirrors and flares, front air dam and rear hatch spoiler. New wheels and grippy performance tires round out the aggressive look. All the work was done by Art, the owner of Sunrise Z in Glendale, CA. The paint is ok. It looks great just looking at it, but on close inspection it has some chips and has orange peel texture. Previous owner got it painted cheaply at a shop. Original paint code used. Its a single stage paint job. Interior is great except missing stereo and the bezel that would hold one is broken. It has the controls for, and the majority of the A/C and heater parts, but these systems do not currently work. I'll add more pictures of the interior next to show all of that better. Here are the upgrades: Engine (Orignal L24): Rebuilt Head Aluminum Radiator Twin electric fans with aluminum shroud New Oil pressure Sender New Rear Main Seal New gas tank vent Hoses Vent hose upper rear Vent to filler Vent Upper Front Vent Long Transmission: 5 Speed Transmission from 280ZX - Has been rebuilt Exedy (Dakon) Clutch Kit New Throw Out Bearing Suspension: Sway Bars Strut Bars Tokico Illumina Adjustable Shocks Eibach Progressive Springs Urethane bump stops Urethane bushings Urethane Mustache Bar bushings New Diff mount New Steering rack boots Front Alignment Tires and Wheels Tires - 225/50ZR-16 BFGoodrich g-Force Sport COMP-2 Wheels - 16" X 8" Rota RBR in Hyberblack w/Polished Lip - 4x114.3 +04 Brakes: SS Brake Lines Front Pads - Porterfield R4S Rear Shoes - Porterfield R4S DOT3 Brake Fluid Electronics Starter Relay XR3000 Electronic Ignition MSA Fuse box Exterior Cosmetic: Fender Flares Fender Mirrors Rear Spoiler Front air dam Front lamp covers Rolled Rear Fender lips ( to fit wheels and lowered suspension ) Interior: Replaced Turn Signal Switch Reupholstered seats (original look) New Trunk carpets Retractable 3-point Seat Belts White face gauges New Hatch Plugs New Hatch Weatherstrip installed Includes rest of complete weatherstrip kit New tail light gaskets Rivets for Black Plastic Extras: Original 'Wooden' steering wheel. (needs a horn button) Extra set of tires and wheels ( Centerline wheels wearing 245/50 x 16 tires in the rear and 205/55 x 16 tires in the front) Original 4-speed Transmission (Wheels and 4-speed are at Sunrise Z in Glendale)
  10. 2 Body Kits Wanted

    Looking for a body kit for 1974 240Z and one for a 1983 ZX. I am in NC. 336-480-7387 dnicol9260 at gmail
  11. BRE Style Spoiler for S30

    BRE style spoiler for sale. A friend of mine brought this back from Japan, used it for some time and sold it to me. I never used it, but the fiber glass is in good condition. Asking $140 OBO plus shipping. Is blue in color, has paint chips here and there, but overall good condition. More photos upon request for serious inquiries.
  12. WTB: Bumpers, Air Dam for S30

    Hi everyone, I'm new to the forum (probably fairly obvious), but I do have an eBay account and am a member of a couple car groups on Facebook from my area. My eBay feedback is 100% positive and I've made purchases ranging from $10 to $750. I will gladly provide references upon request and do whatever I can to make the transaction more comfortable for you. I have a '76 280z, and I'm looking to get some parts to upgrade it asthetically. Here's what I'm looking for: - Air dam (280 style/no turn signal holes) - 240/early 260 bumpers - Adapter brackets for 240 bumpers on a 280 And they're not high on my priority list but if you have hatch window louvers or a rear spoiler I might be interested in those if they price is right. I'm also hoping to upgrade my exhaust system with headers and a new exhaust system, so the same thing applies for that. You can PM me here and/or email me at [email protected] - Brandon
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