Category Archives: 240Z Project

240Z: Transmission disassembled, Exploded view, ready for blasting

Today finally some progress on the Z from my side as well 🙂 After removing the Breather vent: I had serious trouble to get out the speedo pinion carrier from the transmission. Thanks to my close friend Stefan and some … Continue reading

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240Z: Windows ARGIC EuroCodes

In 1993, big Glass-manufacturers Saint-Gobain, Pilkington and Belron decided to create a universal identification code for all glasses and accessories fitted on vehicles that have been, are and will be circulating on the European Market. The Organization is called ARGIC … Continue reading

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240Z: RH Rear quarter panel in place

Today is a short update with a single pic, but a big Impact on the overall appearance of the car: The RH Tabco rear quarter panel is welded in place. I guess there is still a lot of work to … Continue reading

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240Z: RH rear wheel well in, lower door area fixed

It has been a while, since i updated the 240Z project here. It’s not dead at all, i’m just super busy with some once-in-a-lifetime projects that have to be adressed first. I was a bit bummed that my bodyshop guy … Continue reading

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240Z: TABCO vs Klokkerholm & other Rear quarter panels Comparison

One of the most problematic area in any 240Z restauration are the rear quarter panels. The problem is, that during the years it has most probably been repaired with cheap patches and a ton of bondo. Even the so called … Continue reading

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240Z: NOS Air filter

Nothing big, but at the recent Japanclassic.ch show i met my buddy Stefan who had a little gift for me: A NOS Air filter complete with factory boxing. I love this kind of stuff and another piece in the puzzle … Continue reading

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240Z: Transmission internals FS5C71A

While i consider the 240Z quite a common classic (compared to other cars) around the world, it can get hard to find good quality spare-parts – especially for the parts that where installed in markets outside america only. As it … Continue reading

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