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BTW, my 1200 has the AMCO fullsize console (with armrest) and came with dealer a/c. The a/c was shot, so I've removed the compressor and the underdash control unit.

 

The more I think it was that Older guys car... His AC didn't worked either..... Its sad if he passed away... I LOVE your car.... I offered him some money but he did say he was going to ride it until he died....

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heres my '72 1200

 

I read your thread about getting that car, and getting the old girl on the road again. Very cool. Gotta love those $100 cars!

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The more I think it was that Older guys car... His AC didn't worked either..... Its sad if he passed away... I LOVE your car.... I offered him some money but he did say he was going to ride it until he died....

 

Well, I've owned it for 3.5 to 4 years now. The guy I acquired it from had it for at least a year, so it's been at least 4 to 5 years since the original owner let it go. I don't know that he passed away, but somehow it was implied.

 

I can look and find the original owner's name if you like. He kept a logbook (still in the car) and listed the mileage, gallons, and mpg at every fill up. I believe his first name was Eldon if I recall correctly.

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Here's my new Datsun 1200, I got it two weeks ago in Hawthorne, California.

 

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WOW, that is pure sex. I think you should sell me your 1200 since it matches my bike perfectly.

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Wow, that's a nice 2-dr sedan. But why are you in the passenger seat?

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Here is a 1200 I found, not mine but I wish it was...Limo 1200

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Yes it is but I still want one, a limo Datsun

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Yes it is but I still want one, a limo Datsun

 

 

There's a stretch 510 on the west coast, ya know... :P

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My 1972 Datsun 1200..or whats left of it...

 

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Looks just like a car a buddy of mine had back in Ohio.

Same flares.

He used to race the 1200's in SCCA as well for YEARS.

At last count, he had THREE with full roll cages, and, get this, SIXTEEN of those cars in various conditions.

Let alone box after box of extra parts.

 

He helped me more than once keeping my 720 on the road.

He had STACKS of the libra wheels.

Ever see a 13x10 wheel?

:lol:

 

Anyone need some help with those 1200's, PM me.

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Looks just like a car a buddy of mine had back in Ohio.

Same flares.

He used to race the 1200's in SCCA as well for YEARS.

 

 

Well since I am in Ohio, either I am your old friend or...:lol: This car has been off the track except three excursions since 1989 so it may have been your friend but I think the last time it was really run was by Peter Zeckert(current SCCA GT-Lite Champion) in 92/93. Later.

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This was taken around 1978-79. I'm the kid in the boat. My parents had to sell their sports car and "downgrade" to this Deluxe when I was born. That car went everywhere and was the family car for over 10 years.

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Yes, paint scheme looking good. The white grille works with it. And love the Libre wheels.

 

Looks like the same Coupe as the green one at the top of this page.

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Looks like the same Coupe as the green one at the top of this page.

 

thats because it is. i already kinda miss it:(

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Yep same car just some good old spray paint and rims :D Definitely needs more power now I cant break the 215/50/13 Sumitomos loose now :(

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