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  1. Hey guys, What do you think? I know it's a 240, but I figure any upgrades to make it "raceable" are way down the road. I can't tell if the floor panels are bad or not, I'm going to request some more pics. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/556103018546975/ thanks for any input! hope y'all are staying safe.
  2. Silverado, I go to Nashville every few months for work; I'll let you know next time I'm in town. I would think avoiding carb would be the best idea. I just hate those bumpers on the 280z. I guess I could try to find a 260z with the L28 engine in it? I have no welding experience. That being said, there is a sort of "co-op" here in Knoxville that lets you learn how to weld and utilize their equipment to practice. It's only $50 a month + materials. I was kind of interesting in learning that and then applying it to the car build. But, I would definitely prefer
  3. Hello everyone, I have been looking at Z cars for a few years out of pure admiration, but recently I've taken to the idea of building one from the ground up. I have general maintenance experience with cars, I've replaced the engine in an Oldsmobile Alero (that one ran), and I've taken apart and put back together a Kasea Skyhawk 150cc four wheeler (still isn't running yet). I am a planner. I won't be able to actually buy the base vehicle for six months to a year. I am attempting to budget it all out and posting on here will put some skin in the game on my
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