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P240Z A bit done here, a bit done there.

Take 2, stupid internet browsers, I typed this once, I guess that’s what I get for not typing it up in Windows Live Writer instead of in the browser. As...

Project 240z, What's next?

Tasks for the next few days. Thursday: Finish trimming the driver’s side seat mounts, weld everything together, install seat for fitting Friday/Saturday: Receive the fuel injectors from Summit Run fuel...

Fuel Cell frame construction

This morning I set out into the garage to tackle a fairly large task, at least in my mind. My goal was to build a frame that will secure my...

P240Z Passenger Seat!

Well, after figuring out that the seat mounts I had made earlier in the week wouldn’t fit I went back out to work on the 240Z this morning with a...

If at first you don't succeed

So tonight didn’t go to well. First off, I marked the tabs on the seat mounts for drilling, drilled the holes, (all too close to the edges IMHO) only to...

P240Z passenger seat mount nearly done

I spent another hour or so tonight working on the passenger seat mounts I hope to get some bolts tomorrow and attempt to mount the seat into the car tomorrow...

P240Z fabricating a seat bracket

Tonight was a semi productive night on the 240Z, which is always a good thing when some productivity happens during the week, it’s hard enough being productive on the weekends....

240Z Seat Mount Fabrication

Dave from soloperformance.com helped me out today. We started cutting and fabricating new seat mounts for the Project240z, 1973 240Z

P240Z Rollin till the wheels fall off

The 240Z once again stands on its own! Eric and I put the brakes back together on the car, put the wheels on and roll her out into the driveway....