Could you please close off this thread at the end of the month (28/02/2019). If no-one seems interested, I will remove the parts from sale and look at finishing the build with a slight modification to up the compression ratio.
Yes. I should have bought it in 2015 when GCM bought it. My beautiful wife was arguing the point that having just come back from touring central Australia in a Subaru and Jayco Swan, I didn't have a job or much money or any real prospects - a few points hard to argue with. I followed that car on @matt drago website for some time. Spoke to him at the time, price was fair. It came up 2 years later and I thought I had it. I was making transport plans when they delivered the bad news. Went to a lawyer. FYI - If an organisation provides you with an invoice for your deposit and they have an LMCT license, then that paid invoice is still legally just a letter of offer unless it has been signed off by a director. It's the game they play to get the highest amount. The things you learn. Anyway, it all ended well.
Gosford Car Flipping Museum hey?
So was it the silver 240z that @matt drago restored you missed out on?
I personally would sell the S130Z. But that's just me. :).
The car that I should have bought when it was at the Museum was the Fairlady 240Z-L....man that car..