Over the weekend, after my shift, The engineers at work put my car up in the air to have a look underneath, we were all impressed with how it looked. I then took it home to give it a clean and a first layer of polish. I tried to get some of the scratches and marks out left by the car cover which worked to a certain extent, but will need more work and/or a professional.
1) Up we go!
2) Boot floor and fuel tank
3) Rear subframe
4) Under en
This is the start of a blog of my new purchase of a Nissan 300zx. I recently sold my two cars; a 1991 twin turbo manual in red and a black manual NA (Almost sold) to raise the funds for my new purchase. A few reasons convinced me that this was the right thing to do;
1) I realised I hardly ever drove both cars and when going to meetups, I always picked my red TT,
2) The wife was getting upset I was using her Audi TT for trips to the tip and other messy/dirty jobs and suggested owning on
I have now removed the Clifford Concept 60 alarm, intellistart, smart windows, sense and tell, 2 x external 128db sirens, 1 x internal 128db siren, 1 x pager unit.
I have now replaced the 20 year old alarm system and completely re-wired under the dash and bonnet. Fitted even cleaner than the old one and harder to get to or even spot.
I have also replaced the drivers door actuator, fitted the chrome interior door pull handles with LED lighting and wired up, lubricated the window mechanism
Nice! Does the rear spoiler have any other signs of bubbling/swelling? With someone operating the boot/fuel leaver does the
fuel lid release pin retract properly? The boot opens normally? There is a small adjustement with the leaver. Is the fuel lid spring
clip still in place?
Wow Tom this z32 could be one of the best early imported TT in the country mate. Keep it stock and you will have a great investment and a dream classic car to own and drive. My first Z was an auto and I loved the auto box. Look forward to your updates and pics mate.