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skerry

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About skerry

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  1. I'm in Walker, LA and have one for sale. It's more than the $1000, it's in the $5000 range but very small rust issues and a great car. Just an FYI since we are relatively close.
  2. I have one from a 76, it has one pin left on the back(the center one). I have no idea how much to ask though, I can't even find one to compare in a quick search.
  3. Do you have a picture of what you're needing. I have a pair of 76 doors out in my garage
  4. I like the car, what I would say is that the customization gives you some leverage in bartering. The front bumper mod, the exhaust, the hood are all things that are very particular to a persons taste and therefore limits the number of potential buyers. I know you said it's a great deal for California and someone else said they'd offer 9k. I'd probably offer 8,000 and not feel like I was low balling. They really are limited to number of potential buyers. The engine makes it worse. I love the 383, I have a 350 myself but the SBC engine appeals to less and less buyers. You're taking some risk with all the customization, don't feel bad about paying as little as you can.
  5. skerry

    Advice on Diff

    Thanks guys, lots of great advice. I found a local 1979 280zx that I can pick up for cheap. I'm thinking I may get that so I will have all of the parts I need for the r200 conversion. I like the idea of upgrading the bushings as well. The car has a 700r4 so it's looking like the R200 makes the most sense at this point. I've had the Ron Tyler diff mount from Technovisions laying around for a while so the r200 still allows me to use that. Seems like it's all coming into place.
  6. My car flooded back in August, water all the way over the roof. My home also flooded and I lost both of the keys as well. I purchased one of these ignition and key sets off of ebay as a replacement. http://www.ebay.com/itm/IGNITION-SWITCH-STARTER-KEYS-SET-FIT-FOR-DATSUN-FAIRLADY-240Z-260Z-280Z/160976339870?_trksid=p2141725.c100338.m3726&_trkparms=aid%3D222007%26algo%3DSIC.MBE%26ao%3D1%26asc%3D20150313114020%26meid%3D796912b7eea645c0bcc4f8e61d45ed04%26pid%3D100338%26rk%3D1%26rkt%3D14%26mehot%3Dpp%26sd%3D141873901731#rwid I also replaced the dash harness. When I turn the key to the start position I'm getting no power the the black/yellow wire at all. I assume this is going to be a switch issue but wanted to ask. I do have power to the White/Red cable throughout the start process. Any ideas besides the brand new switch would be helpful before I send it back. Thanks Stephen
  7. Thanks for the advice guys. Unfortunately I did have about 5 feet of water in the house so I spent most of today pulling everything out of it. I did get to pull the drain plug and the transmission pan. The oil looked really milky. Tomorrow I'm going to pull the carb and the fuel cell. Thanks for all of the advice. The interior is a complete loss obviously but there are a couple things I can save. Best part, I had a parts car at my dads house and it went under too. Here is a picture of mine, I tried to jack it up before I left but it didn't do any good. http://imgur.com/a/apMHN
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