Like your Z, this site is always underconstruction. :-)
Car is 90% finished, Needs convertible top installed.
Approximately 2.5" wider than your stock fender.
Custom widebody and interior on a 1973 Datsun 240z.Follow the build blog here: https://www.facebook.com/240ZeffR/
Approximately 4" wider than your stock fender.
1971 Datsun 240z
Charles was kind enough to share with me the draft of an article he recently submitted to Kit Car Builder Magazine. I’ve simply reproduced his text here, and inserted some photos he also sent me. Please feel free to visit my website at www.ZTrix.com for more information on the Subtle Z™ fender kit or the 280YZ™ fender kit. You can also see a video of Charles’ car in autocross action at:
Thanks, John Washington
Composite quarter panel vents to enhance brake cooling and reduce drag.
Henry Costanzo, long-time driving force behind the Georgia Z Club, built this superb 280YZ™.
Dan Juday's 280YZ™/Subtle Z™ hybrid car turned out great!
The infamous Darius Z.
Approximate size and shape of the stock 1975-1976 280Z front bumper, but very light by comparison.
Approximate size and shape of the stock 240Z front bumper, but very light by comparison.
Approximate size and shape of the stock 240Z rear bumper, but very light by comparison.
5-piece IMSA wide fender kit for the 1970-1978 240z 260z 280z cars. Kit includes: front fenders, rear quarters, and nose/airdam. (Optional fuel door recess). Note: because of the size of the one-piece nose/airdam, a complete kit has to be shipped in TWO custom cartons.Photo shows optional Competition hood scoop. See all Hood options here.
Included in IMSA Complete Kit.
The car is a 71, former racecar with a number of mods for the track. Jeremy is in Tucson. He was a precision TiG welder, and now an aircraft mechanic.
Northern Conference E Production championship
Matt Benson is just finishing his 280YZ™. Check out those ghost flames!
The "Origin" dash is a unique design for the first-generation ("S-30") Datsun Z car. One-piece fiberglass construction is much more resistant to UV and heat than crack-prone factory plastic or after-market dash repair "caps."
Paul Henk and David Dutko got their body parts before I bought the molds from Roger Edsinger and began selling them as the 280YZ™ kit. However, this car is a good example of the appearance of the kit...and of the great lines of the GT Z-Cars in general.
This is the Jim Simpson-designed dash as installed in Casey Seippel's Velo Rossa™.
Lightweight stock-width quarter panels are the exact size as the original-equipment panels.
Rebello-powered 1978 Datsun 280Z, the vintage HRE 505 wheels are 17x10.5 front, 17x14 rear
Reg Sumaru in Edmonton, Alberta Canada
Removable hardtop shell for the Z Spyder™, fiberglass only for use with customer-supplied latches and seals.
The bodywork you sent is very nice stuff! It would be done and on the track for the Seattle Majors Memorial Day weekend