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  1. GregTas

    Off Topic Youtube Thread

    Still got my Vic20 in its original box. I upgraded to the Commodore 64 in the mid 80s and the Vic20 was never sold because it was already obsolete then.
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    Wtb: 240Z hatch lock with key.

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    Wtb: 240Z hatch lock with key.

    Hi, I'm after a 240Z hatch lock with key. Greg
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    Wtb: 240Z interior panel that cover tail lights

    Thanks. I was a bit slow seeing it and they've sold. They condition was quiet average so not really what I'm looking for.
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    Wtb: 240Z interior panel that cover tail lights

    Thanks Bruce that would be great. Greg
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    Wtb: 240Z interior panel that cover tail lights

    I'm still looking for a taillight panel.. I'm also after the LH panel that goes in the hatch area.
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    Wtb: 240 door lock clips

    All sorted now with the clips.
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    Wtb: 240 Wiper arms

    All sorted on the arms Still looking for nuts.
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    Wtb: Two wiper arm nuts

    I'm after two wiper arm retaining nuts for a 240.
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    Wtb: 240Z interior door panels

    I'm after two black interior door panels for a 240z. Must be in good condition.
  11. I'm after the interior panel that goes along the back over the tail lights
  12. Hi, Is the JB1361 the correct 15/16 master cylinder that will fit on my original 240Z booster. I think it is. Will this work ok with R31 discs on the back and is it the best option for running on std booster? I've put R33 calipers on the front of my car and R31 on the rear. I got an R33 booster and mc and was going to fit it, but have now realised that a bit of work is needed to offset the clutch pedal due to the size of the booster. So I thought I would stick with the smaller 240 booster and original style master cylinder.
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    Race Car Pics, Yours Or ?

    Hadn't noticed the rear hatch. Changing tail light globes or the battery
  14. Congratulations. Starting with a complete car will make the resto easier for you.
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    soldering starter brushes

    To answer you question. Yes I have done it. The 100 watt iron will be too small.You do need a very big iron because copper is a great conductor of heat and so the winding takes all the heat away from the location you're trying to solder the brush onto. It's not an easy job. You need a lot of heat fast so you don't overheat the rest of the winding. Tin both surfaces first, then fuse together. I'd say 200-250 watt iron. They're not cheap and so for a one off job not really worth buying one. Perhaps you could borrow an iron from somewhere? Or a nice auto elec could possibly solder the brushes on for you. or find another scrap starter with ok brushes or may perhaps cheaper to just buy another going one.