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  • Bud Krueger19 January 2022

    Rich, the screw goes into the wire in the center of the cable. That's how the spark current gets to the plug.

  • Rich King TD 873219 January 2022

    Hey Bud or anyone else. Did some research on cables and ends today. Not sure how this type of end attaches to the wire. What is the deal with the screw?

    Thanks,
    Rich

  • Martin 19 January 2022

    So, he figured that being number one would get him in and TA and Victoria gov. were banking on that status getting him through. It looks like they were motivated by money ( which makes the world go round ).

  • William Revit19 January 2022

    Interesting---It turns out that the Minister for health had advised Tennis Aust. that having recently had Covid wasn't a legit reason for a health exemption on a visa application back in November when he heard that TA and the Vic. Guv had been telling people that they could play unvacinated--and "all" players etc had been notified that this was the case on that day--including Dj and yet he still t...

  • Martin 18 January 2022

    The name Fairlady predates the 240Z. The 1600 and 2000 roadsters were called that as were their predecessors. They weren't called Fairlady here in the states but 1600 and 2000 and the 2000 was the one to have. 2 liter engine with a 5 speed box was revolutionary for the price. I have seen some 240Zs with Fairlady on the side but those have had the name added much later.

  • GuyW18 January 2022

    Wasn't the name Fairlady after the Chairman's wife? I think I read that somewhere.

  • Rich King TD 873218 January 2022

    Tom, Bud is correct. The copper pipe attached to the valve cover is for my heater. I decided to dress that side of the motor up a little with the copper. The other side just has a black rubber hose.

  • Greybeard 18 January 2022

    Heh heh!

  • David Billington18 January 2022

    I heard it was the US Nissan importer that gave the 240Z its name as in Japan it was the Fairlady and he wasn't prepare to sell it called that.

  • mark heyworth18 January 2022

    I hear Novax has been given the England cricket team batting coach job,its not that he knows anything about cricket but they noticed it to the Aussies 2 weeks to get him out.
    i`ll get my coat.

  • CALIFORNIA CAR

    A 1970 MGB Roadster that I have owned since 1982. It is complete, original, and was a great ride when running but it has been up on jack stands for about 20 years now and is not running.

    It is a great project car for the right person.

    It is 100% complete and comes with both a hard top, a rag top and lots of other accessories (e.g., two tonneau covers). There are also 2 large box...

  • CALIFORNIA CAR

    A 1970 MGB Roadster that I have owned since 1982. It is complete, original, and was a great ride when running but it has been up on jack stands for about 20 years now and is not running.

    It is a great project car for the right person.

    It is 100% complete and comes with both a hard top, a rag top and lots of other accessories (e.g., two tonneau covers). There are also 2 large box...

  • 1947 MG TC(HOME MODEL)

    This car came to the states in 1971. It is correct in all details. Has be faithfully maintained and is a show winner. Chrome has been rechromed. Original engine and rebuilt back to standard with new Billit crankshaft, Rods, Pistons, etc.. All parts are original to the car and have been restored. Installments were done by British Restoration some twenty years ago by John Marks. This car even has th...

  • 1947 MG TC(HOME MODEL)

    This car came to the states in 1971. It is correct in all details. Has be faithfully maintained and is a show winner. Chrome has been rechromed. Original engine and rebuilt back to standard with new Billit crankshaft, Rods, Pistons, etc.. All parts are original to the car and have been restored. Installments were done by British Restoration some twenty years ago by John Marks. This car even has th...

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