So before i went to vacation i ordered a lot of stuff from japan and elsewere and when i returned two days ago i had a load of boxes and envelopes waiting for me. that’s how returning from vacation makes fun 😀 So what was inside these boxes and envelopes?
A lot of reading material:
1) Brian Long’s Fairlady Roadster to 280ZX book. Probably the most complete Z-book i’ve come along so far.
2) Original JDM HS30 sports option parts catalogue
3) Original JDM sports option parts catalogue 1979
4) Japanese S30 Fairlady Z Complete book, by “Nostalgic hero” Magazine. Basically a small Mook that includes scans of all original japanese catalogues and so on. can be quite handy sometimes.
5) Original JDM Fairlady Z Sales brochure
cool thing is if you unfold it completely and turn it around it’s a Poster of a Fairlady Z 🙂
6) JDM Service manual for HS30, PS30, and S30
7) Only Z Book (Japanese). Probably similar to 1) but in Japanese, tons of informations about Z’s with many spec-tables and so on!
8) then got the JDM Parts list for the S30 on a CD. already have an other one as PDF file but this one is searchable so probably more handy…
9) Now to the non-readable parts 😀 Since i decided to go the Subaru-R180 route differential was wondering what adapters i should use. Wolf creek, Beta motorsports or some others. until i figured out that Kameari makes them for the same price with import and the somehow look a bit more appealing and more OEM to me with the darker material used and so on. and then it’s Japanese too which i always prefer for personal reasons 🙂
10) and since i have a passenger seat now for the Z i also neaded a seatrail, and here it is 🙂
Got more parts in the same deliveries for my other projects and friends. will probably post about it tomorrow 🙂