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About toonarmy

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Atlanta, GA
  • Cars
    '71 VG 510
  • Interests
    Dimes (and Datsuns in general), Triumphs (the two-wheeled variety), and football (the European kind)
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    Analyst
  1. '72 2dr. 510 w/ KA-T (NC) http://hickory.craigslist.org/cto/4335933650.html
  2. 3 (yes, 3!) 510s just popped up on atlanta craigslist about an hour ago: '72 2-dr w/ L20B: http://atlanta.craigslist.org/atl/cto/3946247233.html '71 2-dr w/ KA24DE: http://atlanta.craigslist.org/atl/cto/3946819248.html '69 bamboo 4-dr: http://atlanta.craigslist.org/atl/cto/3946845533.html Guy wants $6500 for each of them- give these clean 510s new homes!
  3. '73 620 with a claimed 55K miles: http://atlanta.craigslist.org/atl/cto/3923494497.html
  4. '72 2-dr shell in Loganville/Snellville area: http://atlanta.craigslist.org/atl/for/3913858691.html The seller is on the Realm (akaspec48)- not sure if he posted it on Ratsun, so figured I'd help him out
  5. toonarmy

    Four door dimes

    Yeah, I've always heard/read that as well. The only better options are an early Maxima intake (which positions the throttle body at the front of the motor- not really convenient for 510s) or a custom gutted intake plenum. Pathfinder seems to be the best option if you're looking for increased hp/tq numbers.
  6. toonarmy

    Four door dimes

    Nice VG dime! Looks really clean. You're right about the Z31 manifold not fitting in the car, but it's because the manifold itself is so long that it hits the firewall. The Pathfinder manifold is the one that sits up too high and contacts the hood unless the lower part of the manifold is machined down. 200SX manifold is the way to go if you don't want to have to do any parts machining or notching of the firewall. Keep up the progress!
  7. Mods, just noticed I posted this in the wrong For Sale section- please move it if possible. If not I'll repost in the correct place. Thanks.
  8. No longer need any L-series stuff, so clearing out these intake manifolds. Edelbrock L-series manifold with what I think is an adaptor plate for a Weber carb (not sure though). Same manifold that is shown in the book "How to Hotrod and Race your Datsun." Also have an Offenhauser Dual Plane L-series manifold (6002-DP). This manifold was made specifically for an L-16 but I've read that it will fit an L20B as well. One of the carb mounting studs is missing about 1/4" off the top of the stud as you can see in the pics below. Both manifolds had been sitting in boxes for years, so I recently put them in the parts cleaner to clean them up a bit. Asking $150 + shipping for the Edelbrock and $125 + shipping for the Offenhauser. I'll answer any questions I can as well as provide more pics if requested. Thanks.
  9. '72 4-dr dime (Florida panhandle) - $3000 obo http://atlanta.craigslist.org/atl/cto/3791380683.html
  10. 510 "racecar" in Gainesville, GA ($4750): http://atlanta.craigslist.org/nat/cto/3788749953.html no glass, no roll cage (though it looks like it used to have one)
  11. Was just about to post this- thought the description was hilarious!
  12. toonarmy

    Sightings

    Was out riding my bike when I came across this dime- first one I've ever seen in Athens. Turned around and stalked him for a while until he stopped at his work. Car has an L18 with 32/36 Weber. He told me he picked it up years ago in Seattle and brought it back to the east coast.
  13. toonarmy

    Ricer Sightings

    Oh don't get me wrong, i would kill to drive anything with that motor too, regardless of what it is
  14. toonarmy

    Ricer Sightings

    Between the angle of that steering wheel and the way he's holding it, it looks like he's driving a bus, lol
  15. '72 2-door 510 in Jacksonville, FL ($5000): http://atlanta.craigslist.org/atl/cto/3774214053.html
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