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#1 Skillard

Skillard
  • LocationCottage Grove, Oregon, United States

Posted 26 December 2016 - 10:30 AM

I am working on some #4 brushed stainless steel inner scuff plates for the 280Z. They are modeled after the the later 280Z plates but I also put them in a 76 that had the early 280Z scuff plates and they fit great. In the early 280Z's you may need to drill a few 1/8" holes for mounting is all. I will also offer the option to powder coat them black (they will still be the same stainless steel under the powder coat). I can also look at making them for the 240Z but I know that those are still available to purchase... If there is enough interest for the 240's to have stainless steel scuff plates I can do that too. 

 

I should have these up at skillard.com to pre-order this week and should have them ready to ship early January. The price point isn't finalized yet but it's looking like $80 for a set of 2 with stainless mounting screws. Add $10 for powder coating.

 

 

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#2 NgoZ

NgoZ
  • LocationNew Orleans

Posted 26 December 2016 - 11:34 AM

Looks very nice.



#3 calZ

calZ
  • LocationCalifornia

Posted 26 December 2016 - 12:07 PM

Would 260/early-280 be the same as a 240? I know there are other interior differences, but I'm not that familiar with the scuff plates.



#4 Skillard

Skillard
  • LocationCottage Grove, Oregon, United States

Posted 26 December 2016 - 08:04 PM

Would 260/early-280 be the same as a 240? I know there are other interior differences, but I'm not that familiar with the scuff plates.

I believe that the 260 has the same scuff plates as the 240.


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#5 Cheesymamba

Cheesymamba
  • LocationPoulsbo Washington

Posted 27 December 2016 - 07:37 PM

The 240z inner scuff plates are different than the ones on my 75 280z at least. That said I know that 240z scuff plates will fit on a later z you just have to drill new holes since the mounting bolts are in different spots so presumably the reverse is also true.


1975 280z l28et swap pending


#6 Rob L

Rob L
  • LocationOttawa, Canada

Posted 28 December 2016 - 08:59 AM

These are my late year 74 260z plates . I'm interested in a set ... not sure if these are the same as the 240/early 260.

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#7 Skillard

Skillard
  • LocationCottage Grove, Oregon, United States

Posted 28 December 2016 - 10:55 AM

These are my late year 74 260z plates . I'm interested in a set ... not sure if these are the same as the 240/early 260.

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What is the length of these? I have a set that are off of a 76 that look comparable... the notable difference is an extra cutout on the tight radius. 


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#8 Skillard

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  • LocationCottage Grove, Oregon, United States

Posted 28 December 2016 - 12:52 PM

Preorder is available. http://skillard.com/...er-scuff-plates


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#9 Exposed

Exposed
  • Locationwinnipeg

Posted 28 December 2016 - 05:43 PM

would be interest in grabbing some for my 72 240z



#10 Rob L

Rob L
  • LocationOttawa, Canada

Posted 29 December 2016 - 08:15 AM

@Skillard ....there 29 1/2 inches long .

#11 Skillard

Skillard
  • LocationCottage Grove, Oregon, United States

Posted 29 December 2016 - 07:51 PM

@Skillard ....there 29 1/2 inches long .

Okay, yeah I believe those will be the 240Z style. Even though the early 280 sills look very similar they are 37.25" long.


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#12 SeanD

SeanD
  • LocationFrance

Posted 09 January 2017 - 09:21 AM

Hi Ben - I'll be up for 2x pairs please (240Z).

 

What I'd really like is a s-steel/aluminum 240Z luggage-riser trim across the rear of the seats !!!



#13 Skillard

Skillard
  • LocationCottage Grove, Oregon, United States

Posted 09 January 2017 - 01:29 PM

Hi Ben - I'll be up for 2x pairs please (240Z).

 

What I'd really like is a s-steel/aluminum 240Z luggage-riser trim across the rear of the seats !!!

 

Okay, thanks. I am working on getting some scuff plates going for the 240Z since there seems to be enough interest for a ss version. 

 

Maybe shoot me an email ( Ben@skillard.com ) with some reference pictures of what you like that you've seen on some other models out there. If it seems reasonable to do I may need some measurements from you since I no longer have any OEM seats. 


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#14 Skillard

Skillard
  • LocationCottage Grove, Oregon, United States

Posted 23 January 2017 - 09:43 PM

Hi Ben - I'll be up for 2x pairs please (240Z).

 

What I'd really like is a s-steel/aluminum 240Z luggage-riser trim across the rear of the seats !!!

 

 

would be interest in grabbing some for my 72 240z

 

 

These are my late year 74 260z plates . I'm interested in a set ... not sure if these are the same as the 240/early 260.

IMG_8693_zps3bypieri.jpg

 

 

I am going to be making the stainless steel inner scuff plates for the 240Z. I have the group buy up  at http://skillard.com/...ner-scuff-plate


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#15 calZ

calZ
  • LocationCalifornia

Posted 24 January 2017 - 12:06 PM

What's the normal price difference between your group buys and once it's in normal production? I'm planning on needing these eventually, but I'd like to not spend the money until I actually get to that point.



#16 Skillard

Skillard
  • LocationCottage Grove, Oregon, United States

Posted 26 January 2017 - 10:08 AM

What's the normal price difference between your group buys and once it's in normal production? I'm planning on needing these eventually, but I'd like to not spend the money until I actually get to that point.

Gotcha, it depends on the part and the popularity of it. It will range between 10-30%


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#17 Exposed

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  • Locationwinnipeg

Posted 28 January 2017 - 11:40 AM

might be a silly question but are the 240z scuff plates sold in pairs or individually?



#18 Skillard

Skillard
  • LocationCottage Grove, Oregon, United States

Posted 29 January 2017 - 05:53 PM

might be a silly question but are the 240z scuff plates sold in pairs or individually?


Not silly. They are sold in pairs.

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