2jz Powered Datsun 260z
Hybrid Motorsports 1974 Datsun 260z, Powered by a 2jz-gte t61 single turbo, first start after over a year of
rebuilding,restoring & refreshing the car from head to to toe. the engine
feature a rebuild sporting a upgraded single over the stock twins, will be
running a map-ecu2 siemen deka 630cc injector custom build hybrid
motorsports surge style intake manifold etc. for more builds and info on
the hybrid z visit http://www.tamparacing.com/forums/hybrid-motorsports/
280Z is Done
The 1977 280Z project is finally complete. The LS1 V8 from a 2001 Trans
Am works flawlessly. Check out the first burnout.
Datsun 240z and 260z
Some of my favorite pictures i have of the S30 chassis 240z and 260z
Guru Josh Project - Infinity Copyright Infinity Records 1989.
If anyone knows if i did the copyright wrong let me know so i can change it
[720p HD MOVIE] Wangan Midnight English Subtitles
Watch the Anime here!
Be sure to check out and subscribe to my friend Marvin!:
"In other words, the forty-one-year-old Datsun Z approaches the
capabilities of a new Scion FR-S, at least as measured by
seat-of-the-pants, real-world driving. What's even more surprising and
splendid, though, is that the Scion FR-S feels a lot like a
forty-one-year-old Datsun Z."
Stop reading the description and watch the movie!
I do not own this film. For Educational and nonprofit use only under the
Fair Use Act of 1976.
(Part 3) FAIRLADY Z MONSTER 3.1 TRIPPLE MIKUNI CARBIES
CAR is at Edward Lee's Japanese Auto Centre phone 0297440539
1976 Fairlady Z S30 3.1 Stroker L28 with tripple Solex/Mikuni carbie setup,
electronic ignition, overfenders, 15 inch Watanabies
1972 Fairlady 240 Z
Lance Lambert from The Vintage Vehicle Show visits the Datsun Heritage
Museum in Murrieta, California. Here he looks at a 1972 Fairlady 240Z (same
as Datsun 240Z outside the U.S.) with the museum's director, Fred Jordan,
who was also the manager of the first Datsun dealership in the United
The late Fred Jordan, who started up this Datsun Museum, gave erroneous
information as has been stated here a multitude of times. The museum has
closed. We keep the video up so people can view the car. The correct info
on the car has been posted numerous times here. Please don't waste our time
telling us the info is incorrect; instead we welcome your comments about
the car and any correct information you wish to provide.