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Trevor last won the day on June 6 2017

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  1. Great build. Impressed with your problem-solving solutions. I'm not in California. Any concerns with smog inspections when the engine is older than the chassis? Or are 35 year-olds exempt?
  2. http://www.silverminemotors.com/datsun/datsun-280z/brake-kit-individual-parts/spacer If you are using 300ZX hubs, halfway down, select the + $20 5 -on-108mm option
  3. "Booster" wedges to raise height of a sagging spring.
  4. Cool! It has a 4 speed race suspension
  5. http://www.caswellplating.com/electroplating-anodizing.html# No experience, but I have been looking at Caswell for kits and materials....
  6. There is a Cars and Coffee - Boise, ID https://carsandcoffeeboise.com/ and group on Facebook. They meet every 3rd saturday
  7. Must be that He is just a re-seller, not the manufacturer?
  8. Is that why Ferrari 308 is so expensive? Royalties on the "0".....
  9. I had the same problem selling some NOS NGK spark plugs with "Nissan" in the eBay auction title.
  10. See if this part is similar to your front rotor http://brembo.mycarparts.net/products/Brembo-09865510?product_application_id=11204216152
  11. Hey. Great car. Have fun and enjoy your project. It seems that without the transmission cooler, the cooling system is sort of minimal. Like: purpose built for run long enough to complete a quarter-miler pass. Is that remote water pump adequate for road driving?
  12. I alwys liked the snug fit of Hooker Scarab headers.
  13. Trevor


    I heard about an electrical solution to (this on a '50s custom car). They hid a 9V battery connector in the car's grille, wired in parallel to the driver's door solenoid. As long as the bad guys didn't know what it was for..... and you can get hands on a 9V battery, it was enough to open the door with a dead battery - or even no battery. Still it would be a good idea to have a mechanical solution. Why is it "almost" finished, you ask? Well, we realized that a failure of the battery cutoff means there's no way to get into the car (assuming it was locked) and that would be kinda dire, so we need a secret/hidden, external manual rear hatch release as a last chance option. We already have an interior cable release for the hatch and I'd like to maintain it's functionality as well, so it could get tricky, we'll see.
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