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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. Chris, I'm still in for a set as they'll look great on my 72 Fairlady Z once the restoration is completed!
  5. 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_
  6. 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.
  7. 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...
  8. 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.
  9. 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!
  10. Hoping someone will make them, they'll look great on my 72 Fairlady Z!
  11. Andy, I believe [referring to the rear trim panels] that is what's called "lack of attention to detail"...
  12. I have a pair, bare metal, louvered, ready to paint. Email me: palermodavid13@gmail.com
  13. I too have the Skillard splitter and working on fitting it to my 73. I've been in contact with Ben for awhile providing feedback [as I believe he wasn't initially aware of the 240-260-280 differences] and to make it more challenging I have a Kaminari air dam which is deeper and wider. Instead of purchasing longer bolts to reach the radiator lower support holes I'm going to make some stand off brackets which should provide greater stability, strength and ease of mounting [found the long bolts were not so easy to thread in]. Some modification to the turnbuckle locations and the splitter isn't quite wide enough for the Kaminari so Ben has agreed to make me some 'extensions' which I'll either bolt or weld on - haven't decided yet. Anyway, ChumpCar racing, my 72 Fairlady Z restoration, work, family, vacation and HPDE's all seem to be taking time away from the splitter...
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