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  1. It is a 1975 280z 2+2. Currently stripped to bare metal awaiting a coat of epoxy primer. Have been collecting parts for the last year and a half. Have all the major components taken care of. Mike
  2. Jim, I have been following your build for a long time. Awesome work! One of the best Z I have ever seen! Your thread is the main source of information for my build. Thank you very much.
  3. A little update. Local supplier ordered that for me. Worked good on rear hatch lock, I assume doors will be the same. Ignition might be different. Paid $38 for the kit.
  4. Thanks. That was the first thing I did, but I haven't found a locksmith that would sell me some parts. 2 guys that I spoke with only wanted to rebuild/rekey for about $60 per lock. I have the locks apart and just need some parts, so $60 seems a little excessive when I see wafer kits for other cars being sold for $20-$25.
  5. Hello everyone. I have a '75 280z with mismatched locks. Have been trying to find pins (wafers) to re-key but it turned out to be quite impossible. Do any wafers from newer cars fit our locks? Any ideas? Thanks in advance.
  6. Just received a response from Ground Control Suspension. "Hello Michael, I apologize for not being able to reply sooner, my e-mail was down for a few days. Our system adds approximately 1" of tire clearance over the original springs and perches. Thanks, Donovan" Hope this will help someone.
  7. Hello, everyone! New 1975 280Z owner. First post, but I have been reading on this forum for years. Couldn't find the exact information I was looking for while searching. I need to know how much clearance will I gain with Ground Control coilovers. I would like to run 16x9, 0 offset rims in the front and I am lacking about 20 mm of clearance. All posts I have read say that coilovers give more clearance without the exact measurement. With stock suspension in the car I have 122 mm (4.8 inches) from the wheel mounting surface to the spring perch. Appreciate your input.
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