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On the road at last

Discussion in 'Rebuilds and restorations' started by DarbyshireZ, May 11, 2018.

  1. DarbyshireZ

    Z Club Member

    Hi Folks

    After 4 years plus involving a Z farm debacle, a California car, a superhero mechanic (Brother in law Dave) and some help from PMac, Sean and RichieP amongst others we are finally blasting round Lancashire and what fun it is.
    Just a few finishing touches to do but 98% there. Hope to meet up with other Northern Zs soon.

    Mr Ex Jnr and Woody928 like this.
  2. franky

    Z Club Member

    What happened with the Z-farm?
  3. DarbyshireZ

    Z Club Member

    Long story but basically the Z farm went bust early on in the process and the car I got back was not anywhere near as complete as the one that went in there.
  4. franky

    Z Club Member

    Sorry to hear that. theyre trading again so it might be worth getting in touch? I think there' s a route now when a company folds and sets back up doing the same thing with the same name to enable some recourse.
  5. Rob Gaskin

    Rob Gaskin Treasurer in training Staff Member Committee Member

    Beautiful car, a massive well done!
    datsfun likes this.
  6. Paul Henley

    Paul Henley
    Z Club Member

    Let me know if you get to run up to the Lakes, would be good to meet up. Car looks great :thumbs:
  7. uk66fastback

    Z Club Member

    Car looks fantastic, a job well done. You deserve to be very pleased with it. Hope it drives as well as it looks!
  8. jonbills

    ZClub Administrator
    Staff Member Committee Member

    Looks great, well done.
  9. SeanDezart

    Z Club Member
    Official Trader

    Like wheels and suspension ?EXTRA:)
  10. Ian

    Z Club Member

    looks like a nice one and its in a great colour. Enjoy it.
  11. DarbyshireZ

    Z Club Member

    Hi Thanks for the kind words everyone. It is great fun to drive, once you get used to the lack of power steering and a 1970s gearbox of course.

    As Sean mentioned re wheels does anyone have experience of Japan Racing Wheels they seem to have lots of choice for not too wide wheels? My 40 year old Cobra slots may not totally round anymore.


  12. SacCyclone

    Z Club Member

    Beautiful job Tim, very nice build.

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