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Found 9 results

  1. Passenger side 280z replacement fender that I bought from Dragon Motorsport before they discontinued they're Datsun part supply. I was going to use it on a different project car, but shortly after I fitted the fender, I sold the car but was able to keep some parts. The fender is in the original condition, no dents or blemishes currently stored in my garage taking up shelf space. If you have any questions or concerns Im easily accessible. Asking price of $150 plus buyer pays shipping fee. Just trying to recoup some cash, I paid more for it when I first bought it.
  2. Inner fender liners?

    I was looking around and I couldn't find much info on inner fender liners. By that I mean a plastic inner liner that closes off the front and back of the wheel well like on any modern car. This would be for better aero, and also to protect the inner fender from rocks and whatnot. Has anybody got something like that on their Z? I was thinking of going to the junkyard and trying to find something that I could make fit (once the weather improves here), but I'd love to see if anybody else has done this before.
  3. I bought aftermarket parts from Dragon Motorsport (I think that was the name of it) before it went out of business. I ended up buying more parts than I needed. I want to know how much I could sell the passenger side fender, I payed a couple hundred for it and want to recoup some money.
  4. Hey Everyone, After months and months of consideration, my 1976 280z is getting a new life. I've had this car for 2 or 3 years and have had it mostly running, but keeping finding small anomalies that turn into more and more fixes, and more questions about what the POs were trying to do with it. Well, my OCD has had enough and it's time for me to know every square inch of this car and have it the way I want it. I'd like to share this project no matter how it turns out, whether it helps someone else, or any of you all want to throw in your 2 cents - I would appreciate some veteran knowledge. Wants: 300+bhp, decent handling, decent brakes, keep it classy looking with exception to wide-body mostly for grip, mostly stock looking interior with sound deadening and added comfort, a much cleaner wiring layout that's color-blind friendly. To achieve all this, I was initially trying to decide between an S54(M3) or LS swap. After some research I'm definitely leaning towards LS with my skill level and budget. I know there's nothing original about it, but I have enough battles to fight - I'm going to keep this part easy. I'm still debating between the 280yz or Subtlez kit, and may likely do YZ rear and Subtlez front - I'm not sure I really want to be running 10-12" wheels square. Budget? I don't have a solid number, mainly because I will take my time to do this right. IF this were to creep over $20k, I'm doing something wrong basically. I know there will be "while you're in there" costs, like bushing kits etc. At the moment I'm just tearing it all down and organizing everything in a separate room with bags and labels. I have some unknowns at this point to digest until I get to them - how I want to remove the paint (grind, sandblast, etc), sound deadening (dry ice chisel, sandblast?), and any remaining adhesives/insulation (sandblast?, chemical?). I read sandblasting the exterior could cause some warping issues, but I haven't dug that deep on that specific subject yet. Anyway, I'll keep this updated, and hope to learn a lot and help anyone else doing this as well. Thanks
  5. WANTED: Passenger fender 280zx

    I need a fender for my 280zx that I am restoring. Preferably rust free. Willing to negotiate on price based upon the condition of your fender.
  6. 240Z Leftovers

    I have a couple of left overs from the part out. - Doors -250 for the pair - Driver side fender - 125 - Door trims - Fabric (not original) -75 - Handbrake handle -20 - Rear body harness - 45 - N/a valve cover - 40 - alternator -25 - Radiator - 75 PM if interested, prices don't include shipping. Thanks for looking.
  7. Fender Mirror Template

    Greetings. With the lack of a Fender Mirror template for S130 on Google Image search, thought I'd make one, submit it, and let the Interwebz do its thing. These are two sources of Mirror locations I've gotten. Anyone really disagree? Thanks for any input.
  8. I am trying to fit 28X10.5" slicks under my 240z. I spent a lot of time talking to folks who have installed screw-on flares only to have to re-cut due to not cutting enough the first time. I put them high-higher than most (and I hope I like it), but I got to this point working with MiKelly who cut a tire road racing and had to re-cut at least once. The top of the flare is 4" below the hard bend in the quarter panel near the rear of the quarter window. The following are photos from the hot rod shop doing the metal work for me while I'm out of town. The metal man is being great about sending me photos. This is not a custom car, this is a race car, so I'm interested in not cutting a tire. I do not offer these photos as the best way to install flares; rather I only hope to share what I have learned and what I'm doing. I forgot to take my slicks to the metal man for test fit, so that has me stalled for now, but I called back from vacation and a good friend is delivering them in the morning. I need a lot of metal taken out of the dog leg section. I will include a photo of my car squatting on launch wearing 26X8.5 slicks-note how close the tire is to the dog leg. Test mounting the big slicks should answer the question of whether he has removed enough, or if I need him to remake the forward portion of the wheel tub/inner fender. SunnyZ solved this clearance problem by totally redesigning his rear suspension to move the tire rearward 1 full inch. I'm not about that. If push comes to shove, I will go to 27" slicks, but there isn't a lot available in that diameter. More photos when I have them. I made one obvious mistake in locating my flares but I'm pushing forward. When you test fit your flares, make sure the car is level. I test fit with the rear of the car high on jackstands and the front tires on the ground and used a plumb bob to locate the center of the flare over the center of the hub. That resulted in a flare that is rotated rearward somewhat once the car is on level ground. I wish the front of the flare was farher down, but I'm moving on. I will try to stick with the small screws that come with the Z-force Productions flare mounting kit and delay the placement of rivet nuts (which puts a BIG hole in the sheet metal). I may be looking at a paint job this winter (especially if the welding burns my paint up terribly), in which case, I will have the current small holes welded and then rotate the flare and redrill it as it should be.
  9. Liquidating my garage inventory for christmas presents. Picture says a thousand words so I took the time to take some pictures at different angle for your pleasure. 1. Fiberglass headlight buckets. They can never rust and all screws intact. Sold as a set - $100 2. Fender, no cancer rust. (left side) - $100 3. R200 Mustache bar. Powder coated gloss black. All the hard work on cleaning and burning fumes has been done for your pleasure - $100 SOLD 4. 5 speed tranny - $250 Sold! 5. 240z front valance. I don't think there is any dents on this one. Has been cut to fit 73 bumper (please see pictures) - $150 6. 240z splash pan. Powder coated silver to protect the precious metal. Appears to have some minor dents from road rash but overall in pretty good condition for it's age. - $300 7. 280z splash pan. Powder coated silver to protect the precious metal. Appears to have some minor dents from road rash - $200 8. Clutch pedal for those who wants to convert to manual from automatic tranny. This one came off of a 240z. Not sure if it will fit other models. - $80 9. 240z door panels. Could use some help on fixing the tear but over in decent shape. No speak holes! - $50 Sold! 10. 240z center console. Never seen a 240z center console without a slot for choke lever. Fiberglass and appears to be for series 1. Comes with shift boot and clips - $100 All prices does not include shipping.
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