Discussion in 'Parts and Other Items Wanted' started by Rob Gaskin, Jan 7, 2018.
I might able to afford the lamp bracket - no way the car!
Well this is Robs "wanted" thread so I have offered it to him and sent him some pics/info.
If he decides its not for him then then you are next in line
As I recall Rob they have a simple bolt through to clamp to the bumper bracket, but I can check.
It's actually one of the NMC USA 'Vintage Z Program' cars (the repurchased, restored and then re-sold cars), now belonging to a fellow Club S30 Japan member who imported it from the USA (and had it repainted as he didn't think it was good enough....).
It's virtually stock apart from some easily-reversed resto-modding, including the Compe steering wheel, Monte drop bumper and spots/fogs, door mirrors, headlamp covers and replica works rally wheels.
I've seen it a couple of times in the metal in Japan and it's really, really nice.
Its a great orange. looks very correct in colour? Whats it like in the flesh? I do really like the dropped bumper on it.
Looked correct 918 Grand Prix Orange shade in the metal to me. Good light in Japan probably helped, and it's difficult to photograph/reproduce accurately.
As I said, lovely car. Had very good 'presence' in a group of other S30s. My cup of tea. Yours too I think. Just add some mechanical mods, some more sporty seats and it would do me just fine. Maybe a set of musical air horns like some of the works cars too...
nice to see another dull orange.
Yes, my taste, very much so. Needs a set of central 20's. I might need some spot lights. Do not need musical horns!
I'm all sorted now folks after a fruitful trip up the M1.
Random question for you Alan but do you know what door mirrors are fitted to that car? It looks really stunning, my kind of Z
They are the very same versions of the Nissan works Radyot-copies that I recommended to you when you were asking about mirrors, and which you rejected.
He's mounted his a little further back on the door than most.
Guys this Classified needs closing now.
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