Jump to content

ol' 320

Senior Member
  • Content Count

    431
  • Joined

  • Days Won

    1

ol' 320 last won the day on November 24 2017

ol' 320 had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

404 Excellent

About ol' 320

  • Rank
    Senior Member

Contact Methods

  • Website URL
    http://www.2coynes.com

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Not Telling
  • Location
    Central CA
  • Cars
    67.5 roadster, M3, TR6 w/ 302
  • Interests
    vintage racing

Recent Profile Visitors

7,439 profile views
  1. Ray, I am sure this will be another beauty when you get it together! Will it be green like the rest of your fleet?
  2. This has certainly been a long, lengthy project ... just look how old the thread is! As of today, there have been 19,333 views and 490 posts! DHL is on track to deliver my gasket set next Tuesday. These will make a great Christmas present for my buddy, who now owns my old 320 and will likely keep it "forever" since he uses it all the time to haul his old restored Nortons and BSAs to m/c shows - and to shlep stuff home from Costco and Home Depot:) After seeing the prototype set in Las Vegas a month ago I an=m highly confident that I will be delighted with what I receive
  3. Hi Tanik: I am comfortable paying the entire amount now for the pair I have pre-ordered. Just send me a PayPal invoice. Tanik: I just checked.....I have not yet received a PayPal invoice for the one set. Eric
  4. Wayne: Your donated pair of 320 wing vent door frames were very helpful. As Trakker stated, he was able to install the prototype gaskets and discuss some very minor tweaks that the production foreman will make to the molds before producing the final version of the vent gaskets. Of additional interest to some Ratsun members, this same Thai rubber manufacturer lists rubber gaskets and parts for more than 40 different early Japanese and German vintage cars of the 60's-70's era. These include every gate needed to restore or rejuvenate a Datsun Fairlady roadster, some parts for 510s, Da
  5. Tanik: This post and pic was a lovely surprise today! Kudos to your team for all their hard work to get to this point in the project. Trakker: When I started this thread in 2011 I wasn't sure we would ever get to this point, but I was hopeful. You get all the credit for picking this project back up and pushing so hard to find a solution. I am looking forward to meeting you in just a few days. I have the 320 window frames that Wayno donated to this effort all packed in the car and ready to bring to AAPEX for the test fittings Tuesday. Any Ratsuners going to S
  6. With the metal-forming skills you have learned and continue to develop, now is the time to sawmill the cab and stretch this front to back 3 inches in the door. I am sure you could pull this off, and when you are done the truck would be so much nicer!
  7. That shop looks nice and deep. If you can trade off the Barracude, you could probably fit two 510s in that spot:)
  8. Looks great! What size are those wheels? The NL model with the longer doors really ads some comfort over a L320 with the shorter doors. Hope you get it back on the road soon!
  9. Good luck! I had a '68. Not the same thing, but I enjoyed mine with just a slant six. I had a chance to buy one of the rare all aluminum slant sixes to put in it, but didn't realize what a rare find that was at the time. The stock six would cruise down the freeway at 80-90 anytime I wanted, tho. Liked that engine. I looked at a '64 Barracuda before I found the '68, but I decided to buy the seller's '64 Valiant signet 200 convertible instead. I would still have the Valiant convertible if it hadn't been a rust bucket. Always liked that cool back window o
  10. Dylan: Do you have a build thread on your 320? Pics?
  11. The only pic of your truck that shows up for me is of your dash. Any chance you can post a coupe of pics?
  12. Wow. I just discovered this thread. Nick you have done some awesome rust repairs on this. What are you working on now? Did you ever identify that what that trans is... L series 4 speed or? More pics, please!
  13. Thanks for the update, @MIckey 1845 (Tanik). Looking forward to seeing the test sample. Eric
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.