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  1. Oh man It's been a hot minute since I've actually circled back to this project so I'll provide a couple small updates. I bought all the steel to build the rotisserie but because I was in the middle of moving I never actually welded it together as I was in the process of purchasing a home and figured it be easier to move individual steel rather than an entire rotisserie. That said with the market the way it was I ended up with a great deal on New construction home and it finally gets delivered may 2021. I sold the original L28 and transmission for what I had paid for the entire pro
  2. Thanks for the insight! That was actually the first plan was to strip the car down, build an engine rotisserie and sandblast it down. I actually had in mind using baking soda to get it down to bare metal see how bad the rust truly was then to get to work. Although I'll take advice to any material you'd recommend as you have prior experience with it. As far as reinforcement of frame still want to see how bad in shape it is then I'll begin with reinforcement. First steps first though gotta strip her down naked and get er on a stand.
  3. You can add me to that list for the next batch!!
  4. So I've been debating pulling the trigger or not and have finally found my favorite year of the 280z's and i must say in decent condition with minimal rust and for $2,000 must say it was definitely a good find. On to the details..The frame has 53,909 original miles and came with vin matching Motor and Transmission (4spd) previous owner also threw in a 5spd transmission. The motor was rebuilt using flat top high compression pistons, all work done by previous owner. Most of the rust found on the car was surface rust but no real rust except from the Radiator support in the front which see
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