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Orange LHD 240z Project

Discussion in 'Rebuilds and restorations' started by Mr Tenno, Dec 23, 2015.

  1. Mr Tenno

    Mr Tenno
    Staff Member

    Parts are in the garage loft, tools in the house - might get some wall-mounted tool storage when I can afford it.
  2. uk66fastback

    Z Club Member

    That first pic is modern art Mr T.

    The outline shape of a Z in 918 - white walls, and a new electric roller door by the looks of things. Just ordered one myself as it happens ...

    And from the other way - an engine and the front of the car. Love it.

    Now it's home it's time to set to work ... watching with interest - where do you start? Make a list on a whiteboard is what I did. if you put one up on those walls, you might never find it again though :(
  3. yellowz

    Z Club Member

    I'd just sit there all day with a cup of tea and look at it. Why spoil a thing of beauty?
  4. Mr Tenno

    Mr Tenno
    Staff Member

    Thanks dude! First job is to save for whatever room in house the Mrs wants redoing :lol:

    After that, get it off the dolly and onto some wheels!
  5. TimW

    TimW 1978 UK RHD 260z

    Looks great Mr.T.

    Maybe put some carpet tacked against the wall by the doors.. Would be a crime to have a mishap. Just a thought.

    Just about to start work on my garage conversion, clearing out atm. Insulation and plasterboarding goes in next week.

    Could you let me know mats have you used on the floor?

    Looking forward to more updates, would love to pop over at some point Matt.
  6. Mr Tenno

    Mr Tenno
    Staff Member

    Yeah was considering some little rubber strips. The floor was from

    You're welcome to come and have a look!

    Sent from my SM-G950F using Tapatalk
  7. franky

    Z Club Member

    I hate people who let house renovations and wifes get in the way of builds:rolleyes:
  8. TimW

    TimW 1978 UK RHD 260z

    Cool, thanks for the link.

    That's great Matt, will pm shortly.

    haha... that's why I'm starting my garage conversion in the middle of the bloody winter!..

    After 25 years I would have hoped I'd mastered the art of negotiation, but nope!...It's still a bloody mystery to me.:rolleyes:
  9. Woody928

    Z Club Member

    You can get sticky back foam cheaply which you can stick onto the wall, I've done it with our lockup, works a treat at protecting car doors.

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