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PostPosted: Sun Aug 23, 2009 2:34 am 

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I'm followu-ing your thread since the beginning. Congrats for the work you'r doing ! :D

Nice choice of rims, the result will be great !


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 27, 2009 9:25 pm 
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abit late to this subject but add on mor to guys drivng ther 810's, i own a 77 wagon 810, i hav it on cardomain ( http://www.cardomain.com/ride/3327973 ) and it also my project :mrgreen:


Nice 810! You should post your 810 up here! Good looking machine!

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I'm followu-ing your thread since the beginning. Congrats for the work you'r doing ! :D

Nice choice of rims, the result will be great !


I'm glad somebody does! It seems all the 510's and Skyline's get all the attention around here! Since you seem to be interested in my humble 810.. I just may continue to post updates! ;) Cross your fingers that the wheels arrive on time!

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 28, 2009 12:24 am 
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thanks man... i would post pix here but i don't know how :mrgreen:.

i tracked back to read the thread more carefully an i saw that you wanted to lower your 810 (zato), just to let you know we can use almost all the front suspension mods they use for the 24z-280zx(for wagons) meaning we can use their coil overs and ther camper kits and so on. the sedans can use all the upgrades including for the rear since the sedans have the same setup. as for the rear i think i would recommend the air shocks so your Axel wont hit the rubber bump Gard when carrying ppl. my shit bottoms out when i hit a bump and im carrying ppl...

as for the power mirror ordeal i had 78/79 (made mid 78) 810 wagon (which i parted and strip out Wat i needed from it) and it came from the factory with driver side power mirror only. i just took that off with all the wiring going to it. i want to put it on my car put i want the other same stile mirror.. my plane and you guys can use it, it to use 1st gen 810 power mirrors or 280zx power mirros. cuz its a biish adjusting manule mirrors...


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 23, 2009 11:43 pm 
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So for those of you keeping up with my lowly 810 project... here are some updates! Trying to get it all ready for JCCS! One less 510 never hurt anyone!

So keep in mind these 2 cars really influenced my 810's styling!

This very nice C210 Skyline...

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This awesome Laurel!

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Mirrors finally installed!

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Also finally got the hood trim back on..not 100% happy with it though...

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This is what you need for a custom grill!

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Test fitting...

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Installed...

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OH! What's this?

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Test fitting...

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Quick primer job...

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Painted...

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The bad thing about replacing the stock mirror was these three gaping holes in the door.... took my shot at a resin/fiberglass and bondo job...

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Still needs a little more sanding....

Love the way that air dam looks! Really finishes the car!

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But wait!

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See ya at JCCS!

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 24, 2009 7:34 pm 
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You need an old Bluebird script badge from a 410/411 I reckon, otherwise it looks alright.

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Those wheels better be on for JCCS. 8)


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looks sweet dude, the u14 badge looks a bit out of place tho.

the wheels look great dude, sorry for saying i didn't like them :P
they're gonna look mintas when you get them on there.


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PostPosted: Fri Sep 25, 2009 8:13 pm 
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kyteler wrote:
You need an old Bluebird script badge from a 410/411 I reckon, otherwise it looks alright.


I was looking for one of those!

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Those wheels better be on for JCCS. 8)


Let's hope! :wink:

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looks sweet dude, the u14 badge looks a bit out of place tho.

the wheels look great dude, sorry for saying i didn't like them :P
they're gonna look mintas when you get them on there.


Yeah, I wasn't looking for something period correct... I really wanted the 410 badge.. but I'm happy with it...

Can't wait to get the wheels on.... hopefully on in time for JCCS....

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damn that thing looks nice with the lower lip.. and the new grill does com together nicely... 2 thmbs up :tu: :tu: :mrgreen:


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Thanks! Here are a few more pix!

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My friend Boris with our wagons

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New vids!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8723N1bgSAU

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGQizVsGH2s

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 05, 2009 10:19 pm 
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Awesome man!
the wheels really made the car!


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zetozeto99 wrote:
My friend Boris with our wagons


Your friend Boris is quite a character... :P


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cheese wrote:
Awesome man!
the wheels really made the car!


That and the air-dam! It's a total different car from when I bought it! I just feel bad-ass driving it now.... haha...

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zetozeto99 wrote:
My friend Boris with our wagons


Your friend Boris is quite a character... :P


Haha.. he's a pretty cool guy!

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congrats on making speedhunters!

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is that spoiler off of a 510 or what?


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Wow! Cool stuff! My 810 is getting infamous! ;)

The air-dam is off a S30 Z... It was just wide enough for the 810. It did require some modification. As a matter of fact I think I still need to trim it a bit to get the fitment better...

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so, ummm...just wondering, what size and offset are those meshies on your buddies Maxima wagon? And what did you do with your Enkei's?

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so, ummm...just wondering, what size and offset are those meshies on your buddies Maxima wagon? And what did you do with your Enkei's?

*CLEARS THROAT*those meshies are on my 1200 now. and the meshies are 15*7 i bielive

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i'm not too sure about the offset on my buddies 15x7's but can probably find out...

My Enkei's are now on my other buddies 1200 as stated.. :)

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