My brother wrecked it the week before my mother was going to give it to me. Includes discussion, specifications and map showing locations of Datsun dealerships in Canada. Brakes were done around the same time as the clutch and still work great. New 75w140 synthetic gear oil was put in the transmission and differential at the same time we did the clutch. High beam part has not been wired up yet. The control unit is still installed under the dash but all the other components have been removed and are in a box currently.
Rust spots are in the usual places. Front of sheet is white, with gray lettering and purple title bar with white lettering, and frames photograph showing three-quarter frontal view of dark blue Datsun 160B Bluebird 4-Door Saloon with lights of big city in background. Blue, white and black cover, with black and white lettering, has photograph showing frontal view of Datsun Sunny 1400 Excellent Coupe. There are no warranties expressed or implied. Japanese laws at that time did not require a license to drive automobiles with small-displacement engines. In Taiwan it also replaced the 701 and was known as Yue Loong Bluebird 704.
The Bluebird sold in Europe between 1986 and 1990 was in fact a rebadged —this was replaced by the in Nissan's European line-up in 1990. It was later reconfigured into its current vintage B-Sedan spec by Troy Ermish Racing in 2008. I remember driving a 610 with auto tranny. It has seen good times, bad times, times of worry, enjoyment,frusterationand nervousness. The later T72 models replaced the T12 during 1987, followed by a face lift around a year later. Most 610s worldwide came equipped with either a four-speed manual or a three-speed automatic transmission, but a five-speed manual transmission was available in the Japanese and Australian markets. Folder opens to 11x8 layout with four photographs showing side view of white Datsun 120A Cherry Coupe and three-quarter frontal views of green Datsun 120Y 4-Door Saloon, blue 120Y Coupe and red 160B Bluebird 4-Door Saloon, with discussion and brief specifications for each model.
Photograph shows three-quarter frontal view of Datsun Violet 140J 4-Door Saloon parked in outdoor setting. Subsequent models included the 211 October 1958 which featured cosmetic changes, including twin taillights, a larger rear window, and chrome trim that extended to the rear fender. Using the U11 platform, Bluebird Estates were still sourced from Japan. Small imported cars for example. Reverse side has seven photographs showing interior and features, with discussion and specifications. The Bluebird 810 was sold in export markets as the Datsun 160B, Datsun 180B, Datsun 200B and.
A 1930 ministerial ordinance by the Japanese government declared that drivers' licenses would not be required for cars with engines up to 500 cc displacement, and that the purchase of these vehicles would be taxed at a lower rate. Others insist it was a copy, but not an authorized one. Folder opens to 6x17 layout with one and one-third page photograph of SnugTop, with discussion and list of features. Reverse side has two photographs showing interior, with discussion and specifications. No other spots soli, solid car 89k original miles with original owners manual.
White cover with brown and black lettering. My experience has it closer to 1 in 20 that actually show up to the arranged meeting. The new did not share much of the 810's chassis as thought, though the 810 was not available with that Z car's larger 2. In Japan, it was exclusive to Japanese dealerships as a larger companion to the smaller , thereby giving Nissan the opportunity to sell a Bluebird-sized vehicle at a different sales channel. The Datsun Type 16 is the successor of the Type 15. If you are selling a late model car one of a multitude that a potential buyer needs to sift through then sure you need to share all you can about yours in order to have it outshine the others.
Several versions of the sedan, including the first local Bluebird to have standard factory-fitted air conditioning automatic climate control in this case and optional locally supplied leather upholstery. It may have been somewhat conservatively styled, but the effort had put into the engineering of the car made it reliable and tough, qualities most Australians rated higher than a more advanced design. Reverse side has two additional photographs showing three-quarter frontal and three-quarter rear views of car, with specifications and lists of standard and optional equipment. The Bluebird was positioned to compete with the Corona, as the Corona was developed to continue offering a sedan used as a since was growing in size. In May 1965 the base engine was enlarged to a downtuned version of the 1.
Interior is in great shape aside from the fact the cloth has started to fray in places. It could only be differentiated externally by detailing on the bonnet and changes in the bonnet mascot and its logo. In Italy it was the only Nissan available in 1989, alongside the Spanish-made off-roader. In the late 1980s and early 90s, Nissan Bluebirds were very commonly seen as taxis, their drivers racking up phenomenal mileage on just routine servicing. The Auster was exclusive to Nissan Prince Store locations, as a lower cost alternative to the , but was slightly larger than the. Since the car was purchased from Larry Oka Racing in 2014, it has received complete engine, transmission, differential, and brake rebuilds, safety equipment upgrades, and fresh paint.
The face lift models had a more modern and European look, with round front and rear bumpers and the corporate slatted grill. To fit in with a lower bracket in , the U14 retained a sub-1,700 mm 66. The second generation was then split into two additional lines in 1977, and was called the Nissan Auster and the Nissan Stanza. The V6 was offered for the first time in Japan in 1984, in a model with an extended front end, called the. Includes discussion, specifications and list of standard equipment. Later versions received a modernized front end, similar to the contemporary 510 Bluebird. Shows light handling from mailing.