A couple of my old Z cars.

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A couple of my old Z cars.

Post by koimaster » October 15th 2020, 9:22am

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Daughter with my modified Z back in 1986

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Me at Stanford (a client back then) in 1978 or 79. Cromodora wheels and custom made suit. Pretty fly for a white guy :mrgreen:
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Post by Nuvolari » October 15th 2020, 1:22pm

They were great cars - all-arounders with a lot of modding potential. In CA, it requires a '73 or earlier chassis but then you can legally add 3 twin-choke webers, headers, and a decent exhaust to instantly have the finest soundtrack this side of a 911.
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Post by koimaster » October 15th 2020, 2:23pm

Nuvolari wrote:
October 15th 2020, 1:22pm
They were great cars - all-arounders with a lot of modding potential. In CA, it requires a '73 or earlier chassis but then you can legally add 3 twin-choke webers, headers, and a decent exhaust to instantly have the finest soundtrack this side of a 911.
I had another z, silver like the one my daughter is standing in front of which was a scarab.
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Post by Nuvolari » October 15th 2020, 7:30pm

koimaster wrote:
October 15th 2020, 2:23pm
Nuvolari wrote:
October 15th 2020, 1:22pm
They were great cars - all-arounders with a lot of modding potential. In CA, it requires a '73 or earlier chassis but then you can legally add 3 twin-choke webers, headers, and a decent exhaust to instantly have the finest soundtrack this side of a 911.
I had another z, silver like the one my daughter is standing in front of which was a scarab.
That’s awesome - that really makes them a particular hoot! My buddy had a scarab-massaged 72 240z with a bow tie 327 crammed in... it made a LOT of heat, but good lord did it haul the mail!
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Re: A couple of my old Z cars.

Post by Nuvolari » October 15th 2020, 7:36pm

Hey D-240 - it’s hard to believe that TT 300ZX is now a classic... Just yesterday it was the latest and greatest! Hell, it had super-HICAS rear wheel steering for craps sake! (They were so far ahead of the curve that engineers are still toying with the concept!)
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