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    84 Nissan bushmaster
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  1. Time Left: 7 days and 1 hour

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    I found what I was looking for. Thanks I'm looking for the drivers side Motor Mount Bracket, I have the rubber motor mount but I need the Bracket that attaches to the Engine. I also need the bracket that attaches the AC compressor. FYI my truck is an 84 King Cab, 4X4 with a Z24 Engine, CA Emissions. Please let me know if you have these. Thanks Jerod

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    Rancho Palso Verdes, California - US

  2. Finally making more progress on this project. Part 4
  3. Thanks for the heads up. I’m in SoCal so I won’t be able to make it there anytime soon. I have a lead on an engine a little closer hopefully it will work out.
  4. Yes it should last. I used the heat gun to carefully melt the outer surface of the plastic, which burned off the dried crusty stuff. There is a pattern created by the melted plastic as it cooled so it’s not as nice as a new set of fender flares but it’s much better than before. 👍
  5. It has to be all original to pass smog. The previous owner removed the engine to have it rebuilt and lost it many years ago. It has all the original intake and smog equipment just no engine.
  6. Hey Guys, Here’s part 3 of the Bushmaster Project. This was an Incredible Transformation! The Bushmaster Looks Amazing Now! I'm still looking for an engine. I need a Z24 engine that works with a Carburetor, not Fuel Injection. Pleas let me know if you know where I can get one.
  7. Thanks for the comments guys. I just posted part 2 where I clean it up and see what I’m dealing with. Here’s the link The truck is actually in very good condition. I tried to show how the top attaches in this video, it’s definitely not removable. I will strip more of the interior to see all the modifications they did to the truck soon. I can’t find much info on the Bushmasters so I’m very curious to see what they did to make it. I will show you everything I find as I find it.
  8. Hey Guys, I just started a new project on my youtube channel that you might like, its an 84 Bushmaster which was made from a king cab pickup as a dealer option back in the day. Heres a link to the first video. There is much more to come on this build. https://youtu.be/beneU2wNQJw
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