Discussion in 'General discussion' started by SeanDezart, Jul 23, 2018.
Different eras I think, judging from the prices but can't date them - can you ?
Both are pre 1995 based on the phone codes.
The second one could be 1993 based on their experience and established date.
I believe they only made the 250GTO kit in 94(so says a German wiki article) so perhaps that narrows it to 94/95.
Apropos of nothing, I have an E88 head modified by Mr Z.
Were the GTO replica's really worth that back then?!
maybe not 'worth' it but priced at it
Note the ACCESS credit card icon bottom left, they were taken over by Mastercard in 1996 when they dumped that brand, so must be earlier.
Love the typo in top right ad. SPECIAL ISTS
Add state “Mr Z established 1977, with sixteen years’ experience” makes it 1993 or later
Good detective work there Poirot!
The address of Z Bitz ... Somersham, Cambs. Same location of TRGB ...
1995-96 I spent a bit of time down there as I had a Spitfire which they garaged for me while I rebuilt the front suspension - they did a big end that was knocking while it was down there. I do't remember seeing any Zs down there though - might just have been not looking for 'em though
I wonder if the 260z resto project ‘earliest car known chassis No 31’ made it to restoration and is still out there?
EFi in a 240Z?
Have you seen the headlamps?
I’ve got one somewhere.... unfinished(surprise)
Side indicators are on upside down.
Have they welded the doors shut Dukes of Hazzard stylie?
And thé lumpy bonnet catches...just 2 of them. À rc model?
I do like the wheels though!!! They do look very different to what you normally find on Zs !
I quite like the wheels too. I've often wondered what some 4 spokes would look like on the 240Z.
The photo has obviously been 'touched up' but done in the old fashioned way
You know what wheels they are, get them bought.
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