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About zed1

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    Plano, TX
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    1966 PL520, 1969 Patrol L60, and 1970 240Z
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    CPA

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  1. zed1

    720’s in Texas

    Check out the local Z Club. Oftentimes members own multiple Datsuns/Nissans. Welcome to The Lone Star State! Keith
  2. zed1

    Headliner Pattern

    Headliner Mart https://www.ebay.com/itm/1972-72-1973-73-1974-74-1975-75-DATSUN-620-PICKUP-BLACK-HEADLINER-IN-STOCK/164287191988?hash=item2640479bb4:g:3v0AAOSwvO5b0PkE Keith
  3. zed1

    Red's 520

    Consider having your old mount Re-Vulcanized. Then & Now (http://www.then-now-auto.com/) have assisted several Datsun/Nissan owners with their projects. Keith
  4. zed1

    Red's 520

    damen_red, Please post a photo of your old transmission mount, I want to see exactly what part you need. Thanks, Keith
  5. 520 and 521 rubber parts became more rare when Mike passed away.
  6. Time Left: 10 days and 17 hours

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    I have many Takata seat belt components from 1960-1970 Datsun vehicles. Parts include complete buckles, floor or pillar mounting brackets and red and black belt strappings. There are several lengths including lap and shoulder belts. I have no retracting mechanism. Some of the belt strapping does not have the labels. Please PM me for additional information. Thanks, Keith

    NO VALUE SPECIFIED

  7. Give Joyce at Newark Auto Products a call http://newark-auto.com/replacement-carpets/ See http://newark-auto.com/img/2016 Carpet Application Guide.pdf I spoke to her several years ago about the Datsun 520 carpet kit. Keith
  8. Welcome the the Datsun Standard Thread Owner's Club. There's a lot of knowledge on this Forum... Some hints: Search then ask questions Post photos, pictures speak a thousand words Share solutions that work and that don't work...we all learn from others experiences. Keith
  9. I recently acquired two boxes of 1960s - 1980s Datsun/Nissan brochures and dealer press photos. This collection appears to have been amassed by a hobbyist who attended auto shows and contacted Datsun/Nissan via an letter writing campaign. (As an aside, he reached out to many manufacturers during this time period and liquidated 50-60 banker boxes of brochures.) The collection includes many vehicles that were not sold in the US, which leads me to believe the enthusiast was living in outside the US. It would take a long time to scan every press photo and the front page of every brochure. So, my question to the Forum member is this: Do you think a listing of the vehicles pictures and the written caption in addition to the brochure date and publication number would generate interest in a potential buyer? (I then could email a photo of the press photo or brochure to supplement the listing.) Thanks for any input you can provide. Keith
  10. Consider: https://www.hobbylobby.com/Art-Supplies/Drawing-Illustration/Markers/Molotow-Liquid-Chrome-Marker/p/LC101225 Keith
  11. zed1

    Cup holder for a 520

    Charlie, As a reminder, the early 520's have the shifter rod hole located closer to the firewall to accommodate the early transmission design. The distance between the heater box and the shifter boot is 9.5". Since the later transmission design moved the shifter boot closer to the seat, the previously referenced distance is greater. Thanks to you and Garret for your assistance on this project. Keith
  12. zed1

    Cup holder for a 520

    I only have the photo...someone with better fabricating skills may want to make this and offer to others!!! I'd be the first one to buy it! Hint, hint. Keith
  13. zed1

    Cup holder for a 520

    I found this example. Any other designs you found?
  14. What is the four digit code on the ignition lock? Keith
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