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Beautiful car! I can only hope mine comes out as nice.
My 04D Van Nuys Z has it. Still in perfect condition.
Shoot me an email and I will send you some pics. Not smart enoug to post on the site!
The drain holes on the bottom of the doors are different. I believe 70 is one year only, like so many other parts. I had a second set of doors for...
70 to 3 are the same taillights. Should be the same gaskets
Nice work! Had the same issue on my 70. While it was on the rotisserie, my body guy took care of it. Can’t even tell it was messed with!
If you’ve got a good welder, those should not be a problem.
L16pilot had a mix done that I followed. Maybe Steve can chime in. I haven’t sprayed my interior stuff yet, but I know his car is done!
X2 on California car cover. I have used them exclusively for 25 years, and they are great!
Guys, just look at the original post. It’s almost 9 years old!
Chuck, if you look at Charley’s 1100 mi car, he has a shot of the rear of the car. The stripes almost touch the Z/28 emblem on the rear spoiler....
Me too! I had to buy a summer house for another two car garage! Have plans to build a 30X50 on the property!
Started in the 69 model year when the alternator was moved to the right side. They had to remove every alternator to stamp the vin.
Unleaded fuel gas gauge means at least 74
That’s a great video! I found it when researching finding nos door skins for my project!
There are stickers inside door skins. Just did mine last year. Fit like a glove!
Dave, I’ll take the horn relay. Come to think of it, I’ll take the motor mount bolts too!
Mine is a Van Nuys car.
Why didn’t I think of that! Excellent first step.
My NOS outer wheelhouses are galvanized. Couldn’t tell what the originals were!