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I was routing through some old car docs the other day and stumbled across this little beauty that I barely remember owning. It came with my first UK Z that I purchased in 2004 but I don't recall opening it or reading anything inside!

 

A nice little surprise:

 

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I was routing through some old car docs the other day and stumbled across this little beauty that I barely remember owning. It came with my first UK Z that I purchased in 2004 but I don't recall opening it or read anything inside!

 

I got one of those document wallets with my UK spec. Didn't have the "FAST track" fold out though.

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Wasn't today, but anyway, more goodies arrived for me (and some for BigH) in time for my respray. Lots of OE mouldings and clips, couple of interior and suspension parts aswell

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Just waiting for these bad boys to turn up and replace my NISMO 740's and modified fuel rail

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She's getting close to completion by the day!

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I left my newly acquired 300zx with Jim at PowerZ. It was my first visit, what a great workshop and guy. Spent a good hour with Jim talking 300s and brushing up on my very basic knowledge. I'm looking forward to getting it back and diving a well service 300 and posting some pics of it. (Love the red one in the shop! ???)

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I left my newly acquired 300zx with Jim at PowerZ. It was my first visit, what a great workshop and guy. Spent a good hour with Jim talking 300s and brushing up on my very basic knowledge. I'm looking forward to getting it back and diving a well service 300 and posting some pics of it. (Love the red one in the shop! )

 

You couldn't have taken it to a better place! :punk:

Sold 10/10/19

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Popped up to the body shop yesterday to see how things were progressing. 2 new original Nissan wings were needed as the old ones were not in good shape when we started to rub them down.

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Got some catching up to do on here really, been so busy lately so not had much chance to go through the threads nor take the Zed out! Managed to get out in it last week though and got a few pics. Just brings a smile to me every time!

 

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Great pics indeed Dave - and conclusive proof that the Rays 350z wheels really DO suit a 300zx....thumbup:

 

What tyre sizes do you run on those; as I read that the rears are not much more than 8.5 wide....?

I have something to say............ It's better to burn out than to fade away..... :tt2:

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Great pics indeed Dave - and conclusive proof that the Rays 350z wheels really DO suit a 300zx....thumbup:

 

What tyre sizes do you run on those; as I read that the rears are not much more than 8.5 wide....?

 

Cheers Rich. The fronts are 225/40/18 and rears 245/35/18.

 

I have to agree though, I'm really glad I went for these wheels. Had so many positive comments about them too

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You couldn't have taken it to a better place! :punk:

 

Agreed 100%...:thumbup:

 

Jimmer is a top guy for sure - he knows his way around a Z32 better than anyone; it's definitely worth the trip....:cool:

I have something to say............ It's better to burn out than to fade away..... :tt2:

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Wings now fitted and work started on blending the side skirts back in. If anyone is ever going for new wings definitely go for the original Nissan ones as they are a perfect fit.

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