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Hey guys, I recently bought a 240z and it ended up having more rust than I originally thought, thus begins my new winter project. Pulling her home with my 1987 2WD Toyota Pickup. That was a long haul between northeast of Sacramento and Southern California. The truck performed well though! The car sat for a while and the engine internals have rusted. The overview plan is to pull the engine, fix the front half of the car's rust problems, swap the SUs from the L24 to my rebuilt L28, install the engine, and drive it while fixing other
Hey Guys, I have been trying to figure out what I wanted to do for color uniformity on my datsun. I really wanted to get the car sand blasted and do a complete overhaul, but after swapping a l28et in the car, building and installing the megasquirt, and all the other tid bits... I was way over budget to say the least. To be cost effective I decided to do a vinyl wrap. 3m vinyl to do the whole car was only 500 bucks! The car itself was in no shape for vinyl. It had chips, dings, rust, you name it. I had to do all the body work to straighten it out. Here is some before pic
Guys i am trying to figure out the best way to glue the factory vinyl back on the strut towers. I know contact adhesive is what most people use. Is this really the easiest/best way to do it? With all of the different angles and cuts of the vinyl coverings, it seems like it won't be easy to do on the first shot. Most seem like they start from the top, with the vinyl inside-out, and work their way down. But is there an adhesive that can be used that won't bond on contact like the contact adhesive? Something that once the vinyl is in place, can be moved around a bit to make sure the vi