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Good news... the cavy finally looks like a Z again!!! I am so happy the sandblasting, and most of the priming and painting is done. As you will see in the pics the car is mostly back together on the exterior with the exception of the side mouldings. I still have some bondo work to finish and also some rust to remove from the door pinchwelds. The car will also need a total repaint but that won't happen for quite some time. I also finished my battery relocation project and also the relocation of the coil packs. Now if I could only get the cash to finish the exhaust I would be able to drive it on the highway. Did manage to drive her up and down the alley behing my garage and it felt so good to run her through the gears. Well here are the pics, nothing to exciting to look at. Just try to imagine all the hard work that went into her thus far and the pics will have a little more meaning. Enjoy!







The new home for the battery.


And the new location for the coil pack.
 
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This my friends is a guy who is in love with his Z24..., dude u put so much time into that.... glad to see your happy that its back together and like new..., i'm facing bad rust now..... my floor is slowly goin while the body is flawless..... i'm not gonna fix her like you fixed your cavy, i'm just gonna sell it and buy somethin better....
Good luck with the Z24,
Sam
 

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hey man its looking good,

you are still missing some parts ;)

how difficult was it to relocate those coil packs???
 

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Yeah how are they mounted there? Do you have the coils mounted to the stock plate or did you modify them?I want details !!! :p
 

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soup said:
hey man its looking good,

you are still missing some parts ;)

how difficult was it to relocate those coil packs???
Hey dont worry about relocating em. Ill hook ya up soup. All ya need is duct tape, electrical tape, scissors, a soldering iron, some in line fuses and a lightswitch to keep current at the coils at all times. You can even relocate the lightswitch to the kickpanel if ya want. Just bring the souper car by next weekend and Ill hook it up for ya!!!! :wink:
 

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markeemsz said:
soup said:
hey man its looking good,

you are still missing some parts ;)

how difficult was it to relocate those coil packs???
Hey dont worry about relocating em. Ill hook ya up soup. All ya need is duct tape, electrical tape, scissors, a soldering iron, some in line fuses and a lightswitch to keep current at the coils at all times. You can even relocate the lightswitch to the kickpanel if ya want. Just bring the souper car by next weekend and Ill hook it up for ya!!!! :wink:
remind me to never let you near my car again!!!!!!!!! :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek:
 

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soup said:
markeemsz said:
soup said:
hey man its looking good,

you are still missing some parts ;)

how difficult was it to relocate those coil packs???
Hey dont worry about relocating em. Ill hook ya up soup. All ya need is duct tape, electrical tape, scissors, a soldering iron, some in line fuses and a lightswitch to keep current at the coils at all times. You can even relocate the lightswitch to the kickpanel if ya want. Just bring the souper car by next weekend and Ill hook it up for ya!!!! :wink:
remind me to never let you near my car again!!!!!!!!! :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek:
Was it something I said ?!!!! :lol: :lol:
 
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