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  1. Hi, sorry to resurrect an old thread/hijack but I was wondering if you could give more details on the custom clutch. I'm not so keen to use the Collins clutch as it seems expensive and all 6 puks I've used previously have had poor driveability. From what I can tell, the input shaft on the CD009 is 1", 26 spline, whilst the stock LS is 1 1/8" 26 spline. Is it a case of just ordering a stock firebird clutch but with a 1" 26 spline instead of 1 1/8"? Great build - best of luck in the future!
  2. It's already been blasted. Nearly all of the rust is very minimal surface rust and blasting it would just be way too exessive - it can be removed with a few passes of red scotchbrite. Given the condition it was in just a few months ago, I don't think there will be too much work to get it sanded back, even by hand, but watch in a few weeks time when I'm complaining that you were right and I was wrong!
  3. Got the car home and managed to do a few bits on it. Removed both wings & fitted the steering rack (was in the footwell ), emptied all the spares etc from the car etc. Unfortunately the weather over the pond was not kind. The unprotected areas of the car (almost all of it from sandblasting) has resulted in some rather nasty looking surface rust all over. Job #1 will be to wire wheel/scotchbrite all the rust away, treat any heavier rust with a converter and use a Zinc based primer all over to protect the metal from any further corrosion. The underside will eventually
  4. After finally taking delivery of my 1972 240z from America, it's now appropriate to start a build thread! After being contacted by a fellow forum member with an unfinished project on his hands, money was sent over the interwebs and a few months later, the car arrived in the UK ready for collection. The car was a half finished RB26 swapped top end track car. It stood with the long block sat in the car, and a full Arizona Z Car track package installed. The underside of the car had been shotblasted & a half cage welded in. Most Z parts were included, however would need restoring/r
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