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PeterH last won the day on March 5 2019

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  1. Photo of the glove box box from my spare dash. No idea of the year of the car it came from. The steering column mounting mark is not visible in the photo but it is "AST" the same as the dash out of my car which is the clear photo. Cant find the glove box liner from my car to see what is written on it. It is a late 1973 car # 103779
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    260 front

    I thought it would be better to dismantle whole panels instead of cutting them. I agree with gilltech about checking alignments etc. This is a brace that I made to keep the rear struts in place while I do some repairs.
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    260 front

    Is a "cut and shut" legal??? I agree with the man of many names "C.A.F" Let some one with experience and skills to do the job decide the best way to go about it...
  4. Have a great drive Peter....be wary of happy smiling foreign visitors driving on the wrong side of the road.
  5. The seal / gasket locates over the edge of the housing. One seal fits both sides. I hope this helps Peter
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    240z Tool kit

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/DATSUN-1000-1200-Tools-Bag-Genuine-For-NISSAN-120Y-240Z-510-B10-B110-E10-Ute/221577192875?epid=1623440051&hash=item339707a5ab:g:RS0AAOSwU9xUPydm They still list them but now the bag is incuded.
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    240z Tool kit

    Hi Craig My 1973 car tool kit came complete with missing spanners screwdriver and pliers......I bought this kit from B Projects in Japan quite a while ago ... My wheel chocks are the fixed type...the car was a one registered owner car so I'm pretty confident that they were original. Pete
  8. Getting a bit off track from the original post here... Gav...is this the pipe you are referring to? on the two carbie manifold stets that I have the " pipe" is 10mm OD tube.... I bought some from a hydraulic shop in town and it was zinc plated. There is no flaring but a rubber ring is used part number 14013-73400 and this would allow for expansion. I cant find the two rubber rings at the moment...must be in super storage aka lost . I hope this helps.
  9. The mirror stem will most likely be of more interest than the turn signal housings. I've posted before and after photos ..the mirror stem was in a particularly bad state after some one else had a go at it and left a hole in it http://www.aclassmetal.com.au/ https://www.facebook.com/pages/A-Class-Metal-Finishers/133288193385505 I won't post the cost on here because it can vary a lot depending on the original condition. I sent some photos and they offered a best and worst price to me and it came to a bit above half way. They did about four different processes in the job. Strip and polish, repair and fill and a couple of plating processes. There must be a lot of mirrors out there that would benefit from the process. Hope this is of interest Peter
  10. Just another one Gav...this one is from April 1971 Modern Motor and the car featured in the test was Victorian registered KNL 127 The scan loaded upside down maybe you can help Gav
  11. Having had a lot of dealings with a powder coater here, I was told that powder coat had a relatively low tolerance to heat. Does any body know more about that...just thinking about the proximity to the exhaust manifold.
  12. Change of plans .....still available...
  13. For sale, 260Z air conditioner parts as shown in the photographs. No hoses, lines or drier. I bought this from Warren at All-Z-Parts a few years ago with the idea of grafting it into a 240Z. In the interest of originality I'm not even going to try that now. I payed $435 for it and that is my asking price. I have no idea which model 260Z this came from. I'm in Tamworth but travel to Newcastle sometimes. Happy to take more photos etc if any one is interested. Peter
  14. This won't really help you much but the 240Z That I bought new in early 1973 definitely had Bridgestones fitted. From memory they didn't look much like the RD150. I also have a road test of an early 240Z which states that it was fitted with Aquajets.
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