View Here : 240z V8 For Sale Craigslist
The advertisement starts out in the right direction -- 6cyl, 4speed stick, -- but things only turn south as the listing continues -- needs to be towed, runs and drives good but carbs need adjusted,rebuilt or replaced runs great then runs rich. At least the body doesn't look to be a total nightmare ...
Democracy is a powerful thing, and it’s because of you guys that I present the following car feature. Late last year when we did our Speedhunters Awards, we included a category for Reader Cars of the Year – a group that included a huge selection vehicles from across the world.
Up first is a '86 Toyota pickup with Chevy V8 power, lift kit, and 36" tires. Wait, make that 36 and a HALF inches. 1986 Toyota pickup v8 offered for $5,000 in Snellville, GA via craigslist.
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Normally you are looking for about 0.5 volts at the ECU for a RB26 TPS sensor at the ECU. There are two connectors on the TPS sensors. One is a simple open/closed switch, the other has a reostat in it, and it measures the postion of the throttle actuator, and feeds that 0.5 volt to 4.5 volt signal to the ECU.
When will the R33 Nissan Skyline GTS and GTR be legal to import to the USA? Vehicles over 25 years old are NHTSA exempt. This means that you can legally import vehicles over 25 years old to the US, without having to meet any Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards.
September 16th, 2012 at 2:36 pm; To counter Dr Olds, the Opel GT, when it first came out in the States in 1970, competed with the Porsche 914 and Datsun 240Z, and all three had a healthy waiting list before you could take delivery, they were so popular.
In one aspect the Mustang II did follow the successful formula of the original. It was a “secretary’s car.” Don’t forget Mary Richards drove a ’70 hardtop in the opening credits (even though she wasn’t a secretary).
August 8th, 2010 at 9:19 am “psarhjinian: Possibly the RX-7 and the 280Z/ZX?” I’m with you on the Z (240z/260z/280z) – especially as a former owner of a 1977 280z).
Today in Aviation History December 7, 1954: The experimental North American X-10 remotely piloted research testbed successfully completes a research flight including a fully automatic approach and landing at Edwards AFB, CA.The twin-jet vehicle has the same general configuration as the proposed Navaho long-range missile, including a canard forward surface and twin vertical fins.