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About CliffClive

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  • Location
    Boise ID/Portland OR
  • Cars
    '72 521
  • Interests
    Portland Trail Blazers, Hiking, Camping, Woodworking

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  1. The dash was removed, the peaks were cut, valleys that needed it were filled with foam, and then had a fella in Salem wrap it in vinyl. The creases made for a tight fit and I could see how not doing it very neatly could lead to some serious frustration. I nearly cut one that would have been hidden but suffered through it and got it done without having to trim any vinyl.
  2. I wanted so badly to find a 320, you are lucky, every single one that I found looked like it was taken apart piece by piece and turned into shotgun targets. But in the NW rust never stops. I have to attack the engine bay here shortly before it becomes a major problem. Prolly not making it easy on myself trying to keep things as true to OG as possible. I might put an L20B in there and hook up a 5 speed. Other than the discs I put on the front last Spring, I am going to keep it as close to “stock” as I can.
  3. This is the old dash from Ricky Baker. https://drive.google.com/open?id=155S0jwui13k26M3pOeZ-jEcZWX-W0jxD New Dash https://drive.google.com/open?id=1sJX17FQ16nM0ToUwRrOF17nxqEuoWDzl Before (out) and After (installed) Split https://drive.google.com/open?id=1NTCwFeEeNKaG9kARDz4AR49OfG5f8nWV Old Bench (out) https://drive.google.com/open?id=1HUIQIsG09XijXbddVq9nc2eQP_Sq0awQ New Bench (installed) https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Vk45-tpRn4df_A-u-SM3Adx-AcZ2dLo9 Wet floor leads to Swiss Cheese, Swiss Cheese cut and patched (don’t judge
  4. Just moved to Southern Idaho and was curious if there are any Datsun clubs around here?
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