Hi, I just today collected my 1990 Z32 manual T top. As you can see it's pretty rough but hopefully I can get it in decent shape and back on the road. I was down the coast last weekend browsing gumtree (as you do) when I saw a Z31 that looked like it was only held together by the paint. Unfortunately a quick inspection confirmed this but the gentleman selling it said he had something better (my only criteria was 2 door RWD) and so I checked out the soon to be mine Z32. Only rust found (so far) is a spot on top of the drivers door. Known issues, clutch pedal on the floor (hopefully just a stuck o-ring in the master cylinder) and allegedly water pump problems. I have heard it running (seller looked very surprised but it fired up straight away) and there's definitely a nasty noise/slipping belt happening up the front of the motor, so hopefully it's just a stuffed water pump. Looking more closely than I did when I actually bought it, I see that it's got some poorly repaired damage on the passengers side front guard and a lot of the paint is crusty. Also the steel wheels don't fit (they're 15" for one thing) - I had to make 10mm spacers for the passengers side rear wheel as it was jammed on the brake caliper. Still rubbing a bit but at least I can push the car around now. Immediate to do list is get some wheels that fit, possibly stock, sort the clutch so I can move it to the proper shed and start working on the engine. Then I'll be on the hunt for some interior bits and it looks like the steering wheel has had the bait too. Previous owner started to remove the instrument cluster as he wanted to put the cruise control in his JDM slicktop but quit when he realised it was going to be a huge job. It's floppy but hopefully I can patch it back together. tl;dr Got more project that I bargained for, hopefully didn't pay too much. Pics (maybe not working?) Damaged brake caliper Pretty busy at the moment so like everyone, will try to get a few bits done as and when!