Little Orange Jellybean

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Re: Little Orange Jellybean

Postby goichi1 » 07 Oct 2011 14:04

Thanks, yea, maybe they are cut under that oversized tube....they should be fine...Thanks again for the reply.

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Re: Little Orange Jellybean

Postby TerryHackman » 23 Oct 2011 19:26

Got the donor coil over struts installed.
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Re: Little Orange Jellybean

Postby Byron510 » 23 Oct 2011 22:27

Gotta love shiney new parts,

Where did you get the grooved 510 rotors?

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Re: Little Orange Jellybean

Postby TerryHackman » 23 Oct 2011 23:52

These were new rotors that came with the coil overs off the green 2 door.

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Re: Little Orange Jellybean

Postby TerryHackman » 01 Jan 2012 20:10

Got a 2.5 Datsun glove box emblem installed.
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Re: Little Orange Jellybean

Postby TerryHackman » 20 Feb 2013 22:21

http://www.mystarcollectorcar.com/2-fea ... wner-.html

I just found this article about the bean...

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Re: Little Orange Jellybean

Postby TerryHackman » 06 May 2013 22:49

I started to make some center caps for my wheels out of fiberglass. I searched high and low for the right size to no avail so this is my solution. The next step is to paint them silver to match the center of the rims.
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Re: Little Orange Jellybean

Postby TerryHackman » 19 May 2013 21:48

Got the centers painted and installed.
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Re: Little Orange Jellybean

Postby jason » 20 May 2013 12:42

Those turned out very nice Terry, I like that!
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Re: Little Orange Jellybean

Postby TerryHackman » 30 Dec 2013 22:10

Got a pair of 72 Z car seats for the Wagon. Just waiting for a new set of vinyl covers from Motorsport Auto.
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Re: Little Orange Jellybean

Postby NICKLE&DIME » 01 Jan 2014 20:52

Nice work. Are the struts 510 or 280zx? Any updates on the 2 door?

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Re: Little Orange Jellybean

Postby TerryHackman » 07 Jan 2014 20:13

The new seat covers arrived from Motorsport Auto and these are a work of art. Now time to try my hand at installing new seat covers for the first time.
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Re: Little Orange Jellybean

Postby TerryHackman » 06 Apr 2014 00:05

Been doing some work to the Bean... I will be welding on a sedan fuel door but I had to cut 3/4" out to make it shallower so I will have more room for the fuel tube. Hope it works...
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Re: Little Orange Jellybean

Postby TerryHackman » 06 Apr 2014 00:11

Next up was to remove the hood to repaint another color. I think a dark bronze on the hood and the rear ward part of the spook spoiler leaving a 1" orange stripe around the front edge.
Got the paint stripped off the hood and removed the dent that was hidden under filler and pulled the dent on the rear underside.
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Re: Little Orange Jellybean

Postby Byron510 » 06 Apr 2014 08:27

Good to see your still in the game Terry, for a while there I thought you may have moved on to other projects.

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