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PostPosted: Thu Aug 07, 2008 6:11 pm 
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I think you misunderstood me. I was saying all of those places DID NOT get 2drs. :wink:


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datsunboy wrote:
haha, my bad. 8)
yeah, Japan didnt even get many (if any) 2 door sedans did they?
all of the 2door sedans in Japan on "Yahoo Japan" I have seen for sale, have all been LHD ones...


According to everything I've seen, 2 door sedans were sold in Japan in 1972 only. And very few were sold even that year.

I have a few photos of JDM '72 2drs, if you want to see them? 8)


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datsunfreak wrote:

I have a few photos of JDM '72 2drs, if you want to see them? 8)


Do you even need to ask? :)

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Well, I was trying NOT to hijack this guy's thread, fellas... :P

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Interesting, even the Japs are going big-wheel-old-car route like us Aussies :P

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Nice cars!!!! :tu:
More photos.... :wink:


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My Datsun 510 is the year 72 ... :wink:


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Hello friends, with the holidays to reach not have had time for the SSS, because I have had a lot of work, but even more so bought some gifts for the SSS, have not reached all! : Dance:
Now holidays I will see if I make a breakthrough in the restoration ....

I will now put some pictures of material that has come, which was a new oil pump, the part that takes the termostacto and the temperature sensor, and many's the repair kit to pump clutch and brakes and tweezers and to take stock of and also bought also block .... and last for a few new emblems!


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Miguel SSS wrote:
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what is the price u bought those badge? im really interested :D



These 2 emblems cost 82 dolares...(55€ European money)


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Today I was given a ride in my Datsun 510 Deluxe, here go a few photos of the car:

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 10, 2008 2:50 am 
That Deluxe is excellent! Is it also yours?

Good luck with the SSS restoration - you have some fantastic parts and do great quality work.

I will be keen to see your updates.

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White510 wrote:
That Deluxe is excellent! Is it also yours?

Good luck with the SSS restoration - you have some fantastic parts and do great quality work.

I will be keen to see your updates.

Garry



Yes, this Deluxe it's my...I have 10 Datsun 510... :wink:


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Yes, this Deluxe it's my...I have 10 Datsun 510... :wink:[/quote]


10!!!
dude, you didn't leave any to other folks in Portugal
So your not a new to Datsuns

That deluxe is a showroom quality

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Hello to all!

I'll put some more pictures of some cars that I have, because I do not have pictures of all here in the computer, then I'll take pictures of all ...

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pl510sss wrote:
10!!!
dude, you didn't leave any to other folks in Portugal
So your not a new to Datsuns

That deluxe is a showroom quality



Thank you for the comment!

I have not bought any yet ... moving some datsun 510!
But I do not have mattered to all!
But I must be the person who has more datsun 510 in Portugal ...


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Some pictures of my garage, I do not have the datsun's all here because they do not fit all, some are stored in another warehouse ....


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This week toei back of my SSS and already managed to implement the box of 5V, and bought some terminals of the battery click very cool!
Tomorrow I'm going to give a few more hours in the car because I will draw the doors, to remove the hinges and take the slack them ...

Here vai a few photos of the car at the moment

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Now I will explain how to put the box of 5V!

Step 1:

Hold the engine and mark the position it, to always keep the same measures and measure the box, 4v at site and check everything ... and see the gap that exists in the transmission shaft with the differential...

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Step 2

take the box of 4v and compare with that of 5v and review the measures, as you can see the box of 4 is shorter than the 5, but the fit perfectly, 5 and the engine has also fits well in the box of 5 .. .

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Step 3

Place the box of 5, but as expected we must cut the floor a little leverage to enter, since the box of 5-speed, is more long ...

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4 th stage

Place the box of 5 in the same position and the extent of 4 ... and see if it beats everything right ... so far so good ....


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