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  1. Looking good Alain, keep us updated and looking forward to seeing your Z hit the road!
  2. Jon, there's a Fairlady ownwers group on Facebook, here's the link. Great project and really like the wheels - do you have any info on them?
  3. Been following for years and anxiously awaiting the finale - absolutely love it, congrats!
  4. Bringing this back, I purchased Clive's set awhile back. Had taken my Z to have some work done and the mech didn't properly tighten the stacks and lost two. I purchased stainless replacements and am selling the remaining four. Have five filters [so you get an extra]. They are 4" long and for the 45mm Webers. Asking $75 shipped for 4 stacks & 5 filters. Email me if interested; palermodavid13@gmail.com
  5. Chris, I'm still in for a set as they'll look great on my 72 Fairlady Z once the restoration is completed!
  6. Keith, If I remember correctly our rear spoilers are very similar. Purchased mine from Brian K. . Link to his website: http://www.zccjdm.com/catalog.php/azcarbum/dt73726/pd2155023/ZCC__ZG_R__REAR_SPOILER_
  7. Try U-Line for boxes. For the Fairlady reproduction grill I found a box to fit nearly perfect and, when purchased in modest quantity were much less expensive than I thought and more convenient that making the box from a sheet of cardboard.
  8. Alain, Wizard Cooling in Buffalo? If so I had Scott [owner] build the rad for my LS swap 10 years ago [had to bring him an old Z rad for the mounting dimensions] and it's been great. He asked how I would drive it and expected horsepower and added a few tweaks at my request. I must say the rad is very well build and don't anticipate replacement, ever...
  9. Don't remember the paint brand but looked and it's from primer, that rust colored variety. I don't recall gluing or otherwise and tried to remove it but not coming off easily.
  10. Andy, ironic we discovered the same thing albeit a few years apart. I needed to cap my heater box when putting the boost gauge in the left eyeball vent and found a spray can cap fit perfectly, been there ever since the early 90's!
  11. Hoping someone will make them, they'll look great on my 72 Fairlady Z!
  12. Andy, I believe [referring to the rear trim panels] that is what's called "lack of attention to detail"...
  13. I have a pair, bare metal, louvered, ready to paint. Email me: palermodavid13@gmail.com
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