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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by GreggAz, Jul 30, 2008.

  1. Jeem
    Joined: Sep 12, 2002
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    Cool that the owner popped on here. Welcome, I think you did really well so far, and the guys at All-Ways will fix up that frame for you just fine. GreggAZ knows his stuff for a young'n! You're in good hands, elf-like, impish hands, but good hands just the same.
     
  2. Parts48
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    Nice..! Cosworth..even better...!
     
  3. Roadsters.com
    Joined: Apr 9, 2002
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  4. Tman
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    Very cool project!
     
  5. May look good with Lindner Nocker or Lister Jag like grille too
     

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  6. Thanks for sharing....quite the pretty car...I hope it all goes well for you and the owner and turns into a stunner-looks like it's headed that way.
     
  7. Gonna be fun to drive,for sure...
     
  8. The37Kid
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    Nice lines, and I like the nose a lot, would be nice scaled down and mounted on a Lotus 11 chassis.
     
  9. chrisclarkcustoms
    Joined: Jul 5, 2008
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    from las vegas

    I was trying sell mine for 1500, but that is cool. I can see its potential now, Thanks allot, now i'll have to search for stuff for this project TOO. LOL
     

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  10. Where are the introduction police when you need them.:confused:
    Oh yea the traditional police also.:rolleyes:

    Beautiful car!:D
     
  11. huh? 240Z is a Uni Body car - doesn't make any sense.
     
  12. gnichols
    Joined: Mar 6, 2008
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    from Tampa, FL

    ^I'm not sure Don, but I do remember such Z conversions being popular with exotic owners, be they add on fenders or whatever, who would have them made up to look a lot like their Ferrari's. A fake Ferrari based on a Z car with a SBC was something a Ferrari driver can't have, a daily driver with cheap insurance and low maintanence costs! Gary

    PS a friend of mine paid 18K once for a Ferrari tune-up. Last one he ever owned.
     
  13. Jeem
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    I do know this car is running now....maybe the illustrious owner will pipe in?
     
  14. need louvers ?
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    need louvers ?
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    I know two things about this car, It's cool as hell, and, it's hard as hell to get out of - even with a quick release steering wheel!!! The cool factor far outweighs the latter...
     
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  15. novetta
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    novetta
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  16. aircap
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    Love the look and the stance.
     
  17. Squablow
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    This turned out really good, the reworked door openings and changed proportions were very well planned and executed. Definitely looks like something that could have been raced in the mid to late 60's.
     
  18. THE FRENCHTOWN FLYER
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    THE FRENCHTOWN FLYER
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  19. Magfiend
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    Magfiend

    Wow, very cool!
     

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