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  3. Yes, have had a copy for a good few years now. It was made by several departments in the development team and shown internally at Nissan to 'encourage the troops'. A couple of us have been trying to decode the department codes seen in the title sequence. Got some of them, but Bletchley Park and a Colossus machine might help. When I was given my copy I was asked expressly NOT to 'share' in public...
  4. How cool is that Safari Gold car test mule.. @HS30-H have you seen this footage before?
  5. A Japanese video about the development of the S30 Z. Unfortunately it's all in Japanese, but some interesting footage none the less. Who'd have thought e type jags were so hard to get in and out of. https://sp.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm22801099
  6. https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/gawler/other-parts-accessories/twin-solex-carby-s-on-l4-manifold/1226374678?ea=11034243 Twin solex carby’s on L4 manifold $600 Twin 40mm solex carby’s on genuine datsun L6 manifold that has been cut to suit L4 with linkages.
  7. I have some for sale. Machined them up myself. PM me an offer if you want them or details.
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  9. I’m intrigued Lachy how much do you anticipate to straighten/repair this shell?
  10. I’m intrigued Lachy how much do you anticipate to straighten/repair this shell?
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  12. @Linton seems as fast and responsive as ever this morning. Let me know if you're experiencing otherwise still?
  13. Morning all just wondering if anybody has a pair of bump steer spacers (that go between the LCA and front suspension strut) that they’d care to sell. TIA
  14. looking to sell as a whole at this point in time but will keep you posted otherwise.
  15. Would love the rear drivers qtr if you or new buyer is keen to part out
  16. Hmmm just testing now it seems fast to me. But every so often I've noticed some slowness, which may be server load induced.
  17. its is back back to taking a long time to start up
  18. certainly repairable with the right parts and time. I have a bigger restoration that I need to invest in over this one unfortunately.
  19. I wouldn't say easily, you'd need a donor front-end off a 260z 2+2 I'd imagine. But yes, fixable.
  20. That damage can easily be fixed. Why did you part it out?!
  21. When necessity is the mother of invention Core of the tank is now complete and now to move onto all the ancillary pipes and fittings
  22. It was a sunny day in Adelaide today so I went for drive in the Hills. Got a couple of pics whilst I was at it.
  23. https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/rye/cars-vans-utes/1971-datsun-240z/1226092947 1971 Datsun 240z $20,000 Owned by member @Stevo
  24. Hi All, For sale is the shell of my 1976 Datsun 260z 2 Seater. I tried depict the car as best I could with the images. It is stripped down to a bare shell (unibody) with a few front suspension pieces also left on there. Including a steering rack and steering Column. Also has the Manual 260z pedal box in there, no pedals included. Car has had a front end collision which has resulted in significant damage to the rails, tunnel and firewall forward. Car does contain rust in front lower quarter (pictured) as well as floor pans. would recommend the car for panel cuts or someone looking to repair a rear end collision but if you have bigger ideas this might work for you. From the firewall Backward is still in good Nic, Rear quarters, roof skin and rear valance all still straight with minimal rust in these, Wheel well is also in good condition (pictured). More than happy to answer questions and take more images if required. car has been garaged for its entire ownership under my hands. currently sitting on a dolly with caster wheels. (this is not included). Not in a rush to sell as I still have the space to keep this. Asking $3.5k Pick up (or + delivered). Best to organise an inspection if you're able to. More than happy and able to organise interstate transport or even within NSW. please only text and call replies only, I work incredibly odd hours so will try to get back to you as soon as I can. Thanks, Alexander Hoy. Sydney, NSW Australia. 0435309792 http://www.Alexander-Hoy.com ahoysandy@gmail.com
  25. Thanks for the advice. No idea how this happened, but left it overnight and the brakes are quite firm. Perhaps there was some air trapped further up the line which it was able to bleed by itself.
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