RS-Yasu's Nissan Sunny B122 Pickup Resto

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RS-Yasu is another restoration shop out of Tochigi Prefecture, Japan that does beautiful restoration work. Their most recently completed masterpiece is a sanitora, a portmanteau of “Sunny Truck.” Despite it looking like an early 70s B110 Sunny (Datsun 1200 in the US), Nissan continued to build the pickup version long after the passenger car bodies had been discontinued. This is a 1989 model. Check out the resto process page.

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7 Responses to RS-Yasu's Nissan Sunny B122 Pickup Resto

  1. Kimico said:

    WOW! I’M IMPRESS. THAT IS A NICE LOOKING LITTLE TRUCK. THE EFFORT AND WORK THEY PUT IN IS GREAT.

  2. Dan said:

    This guy does awesome work! Not sure about those floormats though…

  3. colink said:

    great amount of work gone on in this vehicle top job

  4. Sr-FairladyZ said:

    That is one hot little pick-up! I actually have been looking for those style floor mats for a while. Where in the heck could I buy them?

  5. Kev said:

    A really expensive brand of floormat in Japan is Karo-ism: http://www.karo1980.jp/

    Those in the truck don’t look snazzy enough to be Karo-ism, but the popular pattern is grey and black checks, so there are lots of cheaper imitations of them in Japan.

    Project Hako came with some imitation black and grey ones.

  6. 4AGE KE70 said:

    Whoa! That is a nice Sunny,it looks like El-Camino,but this is the Japanese El-Camino,congrates for the restoration.

  7. joe said:

    this is great, theres a 73 620 near me that im thinking about buying and restoring, and this just makes me wanna do it even more!