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  1. You can replace the link between the front and back sections with 1/4" heim joints and hex tube.
  2. Thanks to all who responded, the need has been filled by a friendly Hybrid Z member.
  3. Thanks to all who responded, the need has been filled by a friendly Hybrid Z member. My hatch is swiss cheese, so I need one that is not rotted. Some minor rust is OK, but no holes. I don't need glass or any hardware, but I'll take it if you don't want to remove it. Looking to keep this economical, so shipping is probably not possible. My car is a 77, I believe 72-78 hatches will work. Thanks
  4. From what I've read doors from 77 or 78 would work.
  5. @az240z I just need the shells, but I am going to guess that shipping would be prohibitively expensive to 16056. Thanks for replying.
  6. They are most likely .125 pitch and even McMaster doesn't carry them in larger sizes. Try looking for JIS spec automotive hardware.
  7. My doors aren't worth fixing if I can buy yours for a reasonable price in the Pittsburgh area. Let me know, Thanks
  8. nish

    Like a Phoenix from the iron oxide

    I'll rebuild this car if it's the last thing I do.
  9. The rustiest and only one I'm saving is mine. I'm probably crazy to do it, but I already own it and it's "my" Z and it will live again. Below is my passenger floor for reference. Commit to the time and you'll get there.
  10. Looking for a OK condition 2+2 roof / pillar emblem set. The ones with the "Z" over orange. Let me know what you have. Thanks
  11. Time delay reference: http://www.the12volt.com/installbay/forum_posts.asp~TID~117810~KW~delay~PN~0~TPN~1
  12. FYI to others who might try this, the pump found on the vehicles below is easier to come across than an LT1 unit. The other nice thing is they have a nice section of wiring harness that has a dedicated fuse/relay block you can chop out to make wiring easier. CHEVROLET BLAZER(1999 - 2000) CHEVROLET BLAZER TRAILBLAZER(1999 - 2000) CHEVROLET S10 PICKUP(1999 - 2000) GMC JIMMY(1999 - 2000) GMC JIMMY ENVOY(1999 - 2000) GMC SONOMA(1999 - 2000)
  13. FYI, I bought this eBay can and it's worthless. There doesn't seem to be any separation of oil/air.
  14. The standard two bolt ones for a T3 and similar fit, so it should be easy to find one.
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