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Ebay awash with LHD Zeds

Discussion in 'Classifieds discussion' started by Rob Gaskin, Dec 18, 2017.

  1. SeanDezart

    SeanDezart Official Trader

  2. Woody928

    Z Club Member

    Haha yes it’s very easy to look at its short comings with today’s technology and manufacturing techniques. For the record I find it immensely fun to drive in its current spec, that being said I’m very much a fan of the concept of ‘resto mod’ cars and when looking at it from a pure driving experience know I could immensely improve my experience with a few tweaks. I still keep the original character primarily through aesthetics and the engine amongst other bits but improve its driving capabilities immeasurably compared to where it is today with its old outdated setup because that’s what I want. I’m building this car for me and not anyone else at the end of the day.

    I applaud the fact that what you wish to own and maintain yours in its factory spec and am sure financially it will make a better investment opportunity in the long term. That said for me it’s gets out there and using the hell of it the way I’d like to. Certainly a case of each to their own.

    Very true, this is half this issue with this ongoing debate as I’m sure there are those who are purely looking at it from the point of view of which side the steering wheel sits on while there are others who have a more involved approach and wish to consider the differing market specs as well. Two debates going on in one conversation with no clear parameters as to who’s arguing what in the vast majority of cases. I doubt we’ll ever really get to the bottom of the debate considering the way the conversation usually goes with the exception of some very good and concise points that get correctly highlighted.

    Regardless of the above its almost impossible to fairly compare two cars given their age now, it’s very difficult to find standard cars that fit their stereotypes that haven’t been modified in some way.

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