Spare Tire Compartment Lid
Spare Tire Compartment Lid
Spare Tire Compartment Lid
Spare Tire Compartment Lid
Spare Tire Compartment Lid
Spare Tire Compartment Lid



Sale price$399.00
SKU: S30.7778.STL.RW



Skillard's Spare Tire Compartment Lid fits the 1977 and 1978 280Z. It replaces the OEM cardboard version with a lighter, better looking piece that is much more durable. 

Made from .090" aluminum, this part comes in 4 pieces. It mounts to the OEM mounting points that the factory spare tire cover used. 

New aluminum hinges are included, as well as new mounting hardware. You will need to reuse the OEM latches that twist to secure the rear portion of the lid. 

This is available in a raw aluminum finish or black powder coating.

Your early 1977 may have a slightly different rear deck that angles up at the rear. We currently do not offer the compartment lid for the early '77. If yours is in the "angles up" category, and would still like to use our rear deck, we suggest sourcing the interior tail light plastic cover, OEM deck latches and rear mounting brackets from a later '77 or '78 280Z to make the rear interior mimic the later 280Z.

NOTE: We get asked if this will fit the earlier S30's and the simple answer is no because the floor and mounting points are different in the earlier models. However, if you desired to create your own mounting points it is feasible that you can make this work for your 70-76 Z car.

However, we do produce a similar 240Z solution! Check out our 240Z Spare Tire Compartment Lid (1970-73).

You may also know this part as: hatch rear cargo floor, truck rear cargo floor, spare tire cover, rear deck cover.

*Many of our products are in-stock. However, because all of our products are custom fabricated, they may not be immediately available. Products that are not currently stocked may take 3-4 weeks from when your order is placed to when they're available for shipping. If you want to know the availability of this item, please email


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