You'll be able to get the same like, kind and quality of parts that you're trying to replace. This car is in almost mint condition, it can not have been located in Minnesota since it was new unless it was never, ever, ever, ever driven in the winter. This type of clock was all the rage during the 1970s, when it was important to look futuristic but were prohibitively expensive. Brown was sure a popular color in the 1970s, why was that?. A very few really stand out in my memory: good and bad. It looks like there should be quite a bit of space for hauling groceries, or perhaps even a 280Z 5-speed home from the junkyard. Even better, you'll get them at great prices.
I'm sure you have all seen it on other Ratsun threads and some of you in person. This wagon is very cool, even with the earth tones. I do not do pay pal I only do bank wire or local pick up and if you wanted to bank wire. Please Serious bidders with positive feed back. Further claimed to be reliable enough for daily driving, the automatic trans would certainly be welcome during rush hour. I love these unusual, even brown, vintage Japanese wagons and to find one in this fantastic condition is really something. Otherwise, why not show a free photo of them? The fold-down rear bench is shown and appears to be in excellent condition, and front sheepskins appear to have been expensive, custom-fit items—note the cutouts allowing rear seat passengers access to their back pockets.
If the Japanese had had a Mars base in 1978, it would have sported mechanical-digital clocks like the one in this car. Dad said it rode like a lumber wagon. I had a 78 810 sedan. Clean Washington state title in hand. Here's one from the top-of-the-line North American-market Datsun of the late 1970s:. You said you were not sure if it could make the tires squeal. One of the best reasons to purchase parts through our retailers is that fit, form, function and quality are guaranteed.
But here she is so you guys know what I'm talking about. Car details No reserve on this All original 1978 Dodson 810 with matching number fuel Injected Nissan engineRuns and drives great absolutely no rust Interior and exterior are an excellent all original shapeAutomatic transmission No cracks in the Dash All the windows are in good shape this car was very well taken care of Garage kept most of its life It has been in the family since new Everything worksNever been Sit for to long with out started it and drivin to keep the the engine healthy There is nothing wrong with this datsun paint is factory no damage tires are in great shape Very nice original datsun 810 that runs strong starts right up everytime call 509 728 7450 for any more questions or message me on ebay please Serious bidders only i do not do paypal i do bank wire and you can get the car shipped to you or you can come down to yakima washington to pick up the car in person thanks for looking and happy bidding. Even with the battery down, all it took was to get one cylinder to fire and it was running. I recall it had a toggle switch at the end-travel of the accelerator that triggered a downshift…. Certainly good enough to strike up a conversation! I will help assist you with shipping but you must pay for cost good luck and happy bidding. Have any of you owned a late-70s Japanese wagon? Datsun 280Z wheels are a nice touch, and though the car appears to be straight and complete with shiny trim, the seller admits that clear coat has begun to lift and that new paint would help the car look its best. The running gear in the 810 was more or less the same as what 280Z buyers got, though with the smaller 2.
It became the Datsun 810 Maxima in 1980, then the Datsun Maxima in 1982, and finally the Nissan Maxima in 1983; this was one of the first cars to have. It was the 4 speed manual. I remember laying rubber for about a half block. Like the personalized plate suggests, this model shared more than a few parts with Z-cars, including an L24 straight-six as used in first-gen models. How about one with a 240Z-based engine like a Datsun 810? Good times with good friends in that car! Two nice black strips on the pavement.
Had a maxima style Blue Bird square wagon probably a mid eighties one with a stick and a diesel probably 300k km on it when it rusted out. Numerous trips to the Datsun service department totally failed to address the problem. The Datsun 810 stands out among the worst three cars I have ever owned. Each time, I have tested the clock with , and each time it has failed the test. The 1970s were also the era of the awkward, gaudy, gawky,. Click on the Show Details button to get additional information about the part.
I have disassembled several Datsun 810 dashes and extracted several of these clocks. This 1978 Datsun 810 wagon is on offer by its first owner, who appears to have taken quite good care of it over the past 39 years. The salvage yards selling used parts through our service are some of the most reputable salvage yards you will ever deal with. Rare car, in a rare condition. Note also the clearly visible paint wear on the tailgate. As stated, it is unfortunately an automatic.
The 210 was a delightful little car full of surprises. Up until about a decade ago, I used to in , but now they have become very rare. Still, these covers were really popular at the time, and may have been fitted from new or at least a few years later, possibly indicating that factory upholstery may be nicely preserved underneath. It revved insanely even at modest highway speeds, it felt cheap and lightweight, yet it was marvelously unimpressive in the economy department. This brown 1978 Datsun 810 Wagon is as brown as brown can be. Everything original from the year.
Tires are in good shape. All four door panels are shown, and all appear to be in good original condition. These parts can be difficult to find sometimes but since we have a large network of salvage yards and part suppliers chances are always pretty good that we'll be able to help you find the parts you need. For that, I guess an automatic transmission would be ok. Add to that, on frequent occasion it was a notoriously hard starter. Is that some bubbling we spy just aft of the left front wheel low near the rocker? After many years of being on Ratsun i'm finally going to start a build thread on the wagon. The 810 would be one of the last rear-wheel-drive cars from Datsun, at least for the North American market.
As a result, I don't have one of these timepieces in my collection, because I will buy a broken clock only if it looks exceptionally cool. By design the 810 was a horrible comparison. We're confident you'll come back to PartRequest. This is just a bad old car that has miraculously escaped the ravages of time and use. One day man, for you to drive all the way from seattle to cali for the datslocos isn't worth the 6-7hrs of talking to people and looking at cars then just to drive back like i do about a 12hr road trip for me in one day. Description: 1978 Datsun Other Datsun 810 Z No reserve on this 1978 Datsun 810, all original in great shape inside and out runs and drives like new. I could be wrong and they could be in the similar great condition like the rest of the car appears to be in.