SOLD: Super-Modified 1975 Datsun 620 4X4 Pickup For Sale w/Aluminum V/8
SOLD for $9,400: A body-off-frame restored 1975 Datsun 620 4X4 Pickup. Highly modified with a 1962 Oldsmobile Aluminum Small-Block 215ci V/8 with Holley Projection EFI. Axles: Dana 44 rear-end w/Tru-track and Dana 30 front-end. 4-speed manual transmission with a dual transmission & transfer case plus much more. Never beat and rarely driven. Discovered in a museum with very little miles. The video speaks volumes for the fine condition of this example. For additional information, please phone Dave Henry at 805 705-4924 or email: email@example.com
1975 Datsun 620 Pick-up Restoration Pt. 1
1975 Datsun 620 pickup restoration pt. 1 walk around. Bought off Craigslist for $900. Currently removing the bed, sanding and painting everything underneath. Want to put in a bigger rear diff for quicker speed. Broke off 4 or 5 bolts already because of rust. It will be satin black with either red or gloss black details. Also would like to put in a 5 speed, maybe even a ka. I've always wanted one and even though it isn't a king, I love the lil hustler insig. More to come, leave a comment, thanks for looking!
My datsun 1200 Restoration
hey guys just made this video to show how much time and effort went into this thing i honistly haven't seen a better datto so i just thought id share the process of me and my dads restoration on my car, let me know what yas think, thanks for watching
Datsun 510 wagon 2 hour $100.00 Rustoleum paint job (non roller)
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This was a Datsun 510 wagon that I purchased from a man who had left it in the woods behind his shop since the early eighties. I got it running after replacing the fuel lines, rebuilding the carb, cleaning out the gas tank, replacing the spark plugs, changing the oil, and replacing all replaceable parts in the brake system. I wanted to give this car a basic paint job, but not spend a lot of money (I have another Datsun 510 wagon that I bought from Arizona that is receiving a proper full restoration). I decided to spray it with rustoleum. We bought 2 pints (Safety Yellow and Safety Red) and mixed them together to make an orange. The paint was sprayed through a cheap gun like the type you would spray a fence with because my body man did not want to use his real gun on it. I spent about an hour of prep sanding with a single grit of paper and cleaning / masking. I sprayed bare rust rustoulem primer. The final product came out nice for the budget, and the car will survive longer until someone gives it a proper restoration because the zinc content in rustoleum slows the corrosion process significantly.
Motor Datsun J18
Reparación del motor Datsun J18 de un pick up Nissan 720 1988 de origen mexicano.