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Datsun 411 R16 Engine and Transmission

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Datsun 411 R16 Engine and Transmission

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Datsun R16 engine and a Borg-Warner Model 35 3-Speed Automatic Transmission. Engine is seized. Selling whole motor and transmission as well as radiator and drive shaft. Local pickup unless you can contact me and setup shipping. I live in the St.Cloud MN area. I understand the engine has a aftermarket competition oil pan. Message me with any questions. 
I also have the engine posted on eBay currently. I am open to parting out.
 
 
Thanks, Alex
Saint Cloud, Minnesota - United States



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Letchworth. There was a BorgWarner plant built there in '55. The '68- 03 '71 510s used Borg Warner 35 automatics, some made in Letchworth. Makes sense that they were also used on the Roadster too. I've never seen one for sure so thanks for this.  

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That oil pan is the RL411 sedan/station wagon oil pan. The transmission is the BW M series, not the US Muncie Indiana unit.  The generator is that, a generator not an alternator.  This is likely a cobbled together hybrid of roadster and sedan parts.  I would view it as a parts unit not a rebuild unit. Early block, doesn't have the add-on bosses for the automatic transmission feature shift mechanism.

 

I find myself wondering if the BW transmission is off an Austin ?

 

 

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The transmission has always been off to me but the 411 information I think gives a good answer to what exactly this is. I appreciate the information.

 

Thanks, Alex

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Right I should have checked. This is the same engine/trans in ]2eDeYe's 411 wagon. Letchworth is in Britain and supplied transmissions for all of Europe. Almost for sure Austins had them. Nissan got into bed with Austin in the mid '50s and built them under license for Japan.

trautalex

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I appreciate the help narrowing down what exactly this setup is. I thought it was out of a 411 but wasn't sure. Again I appreciate the clarification. I pulled the engine out of a hillman husky somebody did a swap in years prior. 

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Are you building the Hillman Husky?  There is at least one sitting in a private junkyard here in Denver.  I thought about grabbing it a few years ago, but didn't!  It was still there 4 mo's ago............

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