1979 Datsun 620 Pickup Truck Kingcab. This rare 620 has every bell and whistle you would want. Included will be Original Manual, Repair Guide and much more. This truck is top notch and know that only top quality parts were used. It runs very fast and handles great. I just wish it goes out to a true 620 fan. I have listed the features below! BodyCandy Apple Red paintShaved O.E. Marker Lights and Bed HooksVinyl Tonnue CoverAll New Rubber on Doors and GlassNew WindshieldBrand New Door HandlesNew Chrome GrillH4 headlights with Amber Inside Lights (non-powered)Euro Front and Rear Turn LensesChrome T/L housingCustom Tow Hitch wiht WiringNew Chrome Front BumperChrome WipersChrome Hood Hinges/Door Latches/T/G Handles EngineL20B Block, A87 HeadComplete Rebuilt Block and Head with Z Car 87MM PistonsCrane Performance CamDual SU CarburetorsJet Hot HeaderTurbo Exhaust with Chrome TipChrome Valve/Coil/CoversBillet Pulley and Head plateGear Reduction 280ZX StarterRebuilt Chrome 5 Speed Transmission13.5 lb Centerforce Flywheel and CF II ClutchNew Radiator Suspension Brakes and WheelsAll New ShocksFront Oversized Swaybar (not installed but included)Custom Slotted Front Rotors16” 4x4 ½” Panasport Wheels with Adaptors215/60/16 Brand New Tires InteriorComplete Tweed Dash and ConsoleComplete Set of Autometer GaugesPower Door LocksFlamed Door PanelsNeon LightingCustom Upholstered Seats (drivers side needs a fixing as seen in pics the rest of the interior is fine)Billet Shift Knob, SW Adaptor, Lock Pulls, Coat Hooks, Window CranksTahoe Dome LightTweed HeadlinerPanasonic 7” Monitor and TunerIn Dash DVD PlayerMB Quart Sound System2 Rockford Fosgate AmpsCD Changer built into ConsoleAudiobahn 10” Bass TubeAudiobahn Equalizer with Electronic Crossover
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Auto blogTue, 02 Jul 2013 16:45:00 EST
Farewell, Zach Bowman; Pikes Peak 2013; Datsun; 2014 Ram lineup
Episode #339 of the Autoblog Podcast is here, and it's the last rodeo for Zach Bowman before he departs for other pastures. The crew this week consists of Dan Roth, Zach Bowman and Jeff Ross, who talk about the astounding records set at this year's Pike's Peak hill climb, the return of the Datsun brand name and the recently-announced 2014 Ram truck lineup. Of course, we start with the garage and end with your questions and comments. For those of you who hung with us live on our UStream channel, thanks for taking the time. You can follow along after the jump with our Q&A. Thanks for listening!
Autoblog Podcast #339:
We're not sure if someone from The Adjustment Bureau stopped by Nissan's PR department to explain the IDx Nismo and IDx Freeflow concepts, but the company's odd press release can't diminish our love for these two show favorites. We had been told to look out for an unnamed Datsun 510 BRE homage, and once we saw the brothers IDx, we knew we'd found them. But the press release doesn't mention anything about the Datsun 510 Brock Racing Enterprises, nor does it mention one Mr. Peter Brock, the man who won two Trans-Am championships in the Seventies for the nascent Japanese budget brand.
Instead, it declares that the cars were the result of a co-creation product development process with "digital natives," said natives being the whippersnappers born after 1990. Nissan says it worked with the young'uns to create two different expressions of "their desire for a basic, authentic configuration for a car." If that's true, it appears that what the kiddies really want are... two different homages to the Datsun 510 BRE that Peter Brock used to win two championships in the seventies for the nascent Japanese brand.
The IDx Freeflow - the "ID" is for "identification," the "x" is "the variable representing the new values and dreams born through communication" - takes the casual approach, with a light khaki exterior hue, a minimalist interior decked out in denim and a console shifter that works a continuously variable transmission. The IDx Nismo is out for blood, from its crimson interior to its five-point harness to its bolt-on flares and sidepipes. We aren't told what the digital natives requested for powerplants, but that's alright; if this is what "co-creation" looks like, we're not entirely against it except where that "CVT" is involved.
When we think of comfy, long-distance road cars, there are a few obvious choices. A Mercedes-Benz S-Class, Bentley Continental GT or, assuming fuel efficiency isn't paramount, a Range Rover are all good options for a road trip. But what if that road trip was 37,000 miles? Maybe something more reliable but still comfortable, then, like a Honda Accord. What about a 1967 Datsun Roadster?
As insane as it sounds, Scott Fisher is doing just that, running a Datsun 1600 Roadster across North America and racking up 13,500 miles in his first three months on the road. His total journey will see him pile over 37,000 miles on his red convertible. The car is lightly modified, but most of the work is for the sake of reliability and comfort, with a five-speed manual 'box, an upgraded radiator and electronic ignition.
Fisher's trip hasn't been all smooth, with a few typical bits of trouble. He also ran into some deer in Utah, quite literally, clipping one of the animals, which delivered quite a bit of damage to the passenger's front fender (hence the rear three-quarter view in our lead shot). Still, the car seems to be holding up well, as shown in this latest video from Petrolicious.