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  1. GregTas

    240z rust free shell

    Any 240Z shell with no rust will be part of a complete car. Usually only find stripped bare shells when there's so much rust they're uneconomical to repair. So bare 240 shell = an awful lot of rust.
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  2. Yellow 1 is 71+ 240z wheel. No idea who thought yellow and woodgrain was a thing?
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  3. First one is 240K. I have a couple, including one that was fitted to a 1600 and had the pins bent the same - guy I got it from said this is so the pins reach the mechanism that cancels the indicator.
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  4. I'll take a shot - I'm thinking the first one is off a 240K, the yellow one with spoke holes is later 240Z, and the third is aftermarket like SAAS or Autotecnica or whatever. AFAIK all 260Z wheels had padded rims although I've seen several with the 240K 'wood' style, retro-fitted probably as the padding breaks down over time. PS. I don't know why the rawl pins on the first wheel have been bent over, except maybe to fit a different car altogether?
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  5. Completely false. It's an old panel beaters excuse they use because they can't weld and can't 'afford' the time to butt weld a panel in correctly. There's no AS for 'vehicle restoration' - feel free to look it up. Also repairs to a vehicle over 10 years old don't actually require an inspection or engineers report, unless significant chassis modifications have been made. I do however need to state this: unless you are competent welder and have some idea rust repairs, it's best left to professionals.
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