Just to set the record straight, the "It happened in 1978" website was wrong and I failed to double-check them. Too late to re-script the entire video. So, once and for all... According to Wikipedia and several additional sources it was actually 1976 when the album Hotel California was released NOT 1978
See a FULL SCREEN PHOTO image at this link: http://www.jims59.com/78Datsun/images/DatLtFrt17Jun08.jpg
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: http://www.jims59.com/78Datsun/index.html
Thank you for viewing my video. My apologies for poor quality as I am not a professional film maker.
1978 Datsun 120y (B210) Coupe. MX5 1.8 vvt engine
280ZX front struts converted to coilover and 280Zx vented disc brakes. Axle
is Ford English shortened with plated diff and Quaife shafts converted to
114.3 Datsun PCD. rear brakes are RS2000 spec 9inch. 250lb front springs,
leaf springs have extra leaf fitted plus axle has tramp bars. Engine is
standard Mazda MX5 apart from modified plenum to increase volume and ported
intake runners. 150ish BHP
Datsun 120a F2 Cherry Coupe - Today
**PLEASE TURN YOUR VOLUME TO MAX** A couple of years ago I realised that my
first car, a Datsun 120a F2 Coupe, was the only car that I've ever really
liked or wanted - So after a 20-year gap I've managed to buy and then
restore another, matching many details to try and recreate that original
car. It's been a lot of work but has turned out rather well, with a vehicle
that is a vast improvement on my rusty original. This is a short film
showcasing the car as it is today - one of only a few still left running in
the country (UK).
Depth of Speed - My Church - Datsun 510 Love
This is a video by Depth of Speed (http://www.depthofspeed.com) where they
meet up with a passionate Datsun 510 owner. A true testament of Datsun
Visit us at http://www.rightdrive.ca
1984 MONTE CARLO INCREDIBLE SURVIVOR
For a full screen glamor photo, click this link:
This car is powered by a high performance 305cid (5.0 liter) eight cylinder
(V8) engine with a turbo 350 automatic
transmission. It had a sticker price over $12,000.00 in 1984!
See http://www.jims59.com/84montecarlo/index.html for the complete story
and more images of this vintage automobile. Thank you for watching.
JIM'S 1959 CHEVROLET IMPALA
FULL SCREEN GLAMOR PHOTO
Video and still image compilation of the restoration of a Rip Van Winkle
1959 Impala. Asleep in a garage for 36 years, it now roams the country side
of Western Indiana.
Thank you for watching.
See our prairie wind energy farm at this link
(Music: Titles: Song Down Home Rockin - Kevin MacLeod - (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0"
First off, I would like to Thank everyone again for following our project
and for the comments.We haven't post much for some time (About 195 hours of
labor) because sanding is boring to watch much less "do".
So here we are at primer stage- This stage is done to smooth out
imperfections, find problem areas and to know where you should focus your
attention to ready yourself for the next stage.
This primer will be long blocked with 80 and 150 grit. The guide coat of
blue is to show areas during sanding that still needs work.
The next step we are looking at is to remove the motor, trans, suspension,
from the front and paint the engine compartment the color of the car. Then
Re-install all of the mechanicals including firewall and dash to make this
car a running vehicle.
1956 CHEVROLET BELAIR (RESTORATION STORY)
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Our 1956 Chevy BELAIR with 48,000 actual miles. (77,250km) It has been
garaged it's entire life. It has never been winter driven, and has seldom
seen rain... No smoking ever. The interior is original except for the
carpet and headliner. The car is kept in climate control and only driven a
few times each year to car shows. To see more, you may visit it's web page
at this url: http://www.jims59.com/56belair/index.html
Thank you for viewing my video. My apologies for poor quality as I am not a
professional film maker.