79 Datsun 210 current
This is the current walk aound of my 79 210 GooN, as of 4-9-14... Engine
is a stock A14 with a 4sp manual. The rear is bagged with 2 air lift
dominator D2600s and the system is all 1/2in I.D. It is far from finished
as it will soon be getting front bags, a larger air system and a Z20E, auto
trans, and roof mounted turbo... to name
a couple of the mods I have panned for her.
I will be posting video updates as the mods continue!
Japan does US Style: A 1972 Datsun Sunny Van (VB110)
This second-generation Sunny van (Stationwagon) is an example of Japan
doing US-style, old-school Japanese cars. Suffice to say, this type of
thing is an unusual sight and stands out like, well... a foreigner.
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Take a ride in my 1978 DATSUN B210 INCREDIBLE SURVIVOR
See a FULL SCREEN PHOTO image at this link:
Our 1978 Datsun B210 with 19,600 actual miles. (31,500km) It has been
garaged it's entire life. It has never been winter driven, and has seldom
seen rain... No smoking ever. This car is not restored, it has never had
any paint work of any kind. The body and interior are almost perfect. The
engine compartment has not been detailed. The car is kept in climate
control and only driven a few times each year to car shows. It has an
EPA-mpg rating of 28 city and 41 highway! It is powered by a 1.4 liter
4-cylinder engine with a 4-speed manual transmission.
To see more you may visit THIS DATSUN'S WEB PAGE at this url:
Thank you for viewing my video. My apologies for poor quality as I am not a
professional film maker.
1980 Datsun 210 Jump Start
here is my little 210 being jump started after sitting for a few months. I
want to turn it into a drifting car but it will need a ton of work.
1979 Datsun 210 (Car Spotting for WasabiCars)
Found this rusty little daily driver in my school's parking lot.