Hi everyone, I've been registered on here for a while and owned my LHD 74' 260Z for 2 years now. A bit of my Z story so far - I got the car with a 'running engine', and 'solid body'. Which turned into seized carbs and a rotted floor plan. It's been a slow burner as it took me a while to find out the carbs were seized, I was attempting to get the car running on my own (I'm a novice mechanic so a classic I don't rely on for commuting was the ideal thing to pick more stuff up). Sadly, all the simple bits didn't get it going and when a specialist took over they told me the carbs were seized. So the new plan is let the specialist get it MOT'd, I'll have plenty of time to learn how to repair it later! It's had new triple webers and I've seen and heard it startup for the first time during ownership, this was July this year. Suffice to say it sounded superb and made me even more excited about getting it on the road finally. Next is tidying electrics and sorting the floor out. In the meantime I'll have a go at refurbishing my 260Z wheel, or source a 240Z wheel to refurbish. And refurbish an original Z wing mirror as the one on mine is a cracked plastic effort. This is the car getting delivered 2 years ago. It hasn't changed a lot but that should change soon enough. Plans for it are mostly original. No engine swaps or big interior changes. Just as close to concours as I can get it, a respray one day but that could be a number of years off. So paint a-side I'l like to get it running sweet, driving and handling as it should or perhaps with some minor improvements (advice welcome). I came across Z's way too late in my life, only really finding out about them 3 years ago. The long nose coupe is my favourite car shape, and the interior styling is superb. I know prices are rising but even so they're a stunning car for still quite cheap. Anyway, hello to all, I'm glad there's an active Z forum to join as forums have been an excellent resource in the past. Long may they continue.