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Aussie Datsun 2300 G130 Cedric (long term project)

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hey guys I've owned my Datsun 2300 super six for about 20 years now and its still in its original condition. would love to post pics but un sure how to on this site.

was a datsun 1600 freak so fell in love with the super six when i laid eyes on it

Hope you get some Photos up the more Aussie G130's the better I say :)

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Hi Guys,

I've been able to source manufacture of a front windscreen & back window rubber for our much loved 130 series 1966-1971. Mick Bourke at Oz Auto Moulds & Rubbers is doing an order. Yes the stainless mouldings fit into the rubber. Cut off is next Wednesday 29th. $120.00 each but the more we get the less we pay. 03 9703 1522. 

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Always loved the american muscle like look of these big body datsuns. I doubt we ever got anynin america or I would have already found one.

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THE DOORS LOOK VERY SIMILAR TO THE 410 / 411 SERIES!  I WONDER IF THE WHOLE FRONT CLIP, INCLUDING THE SUB FRAME, COULD BE TRANSPLANTED TO THE 411 AND THE ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION UPGRADED TO THE L SERIES SIX CYLINDER ENGINE?

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Here's the long version of how to post pics:

http://community.ratsun.net/topic/54932-photobucket-ratsun/

 

Here's my short version ;)

 

To post pics I do the following:

 

Download the Photobucket app on my phone

Take all the pics my heart desires

Open the photobucket app

Upload photos from my phone to the app

Once completely uploaded each pic gets 4 links assigned to it, copy the link

Then post the link to Ratsun and your pics will show up

 

 

K, ur turn! Ready set go

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This is my baby I have had her for about 20 years with a gap in the middle were I sold her and then bought her back

Probably a story for another time . it is a 1971 Datsun super six with a 280z l28 engine flat top prisons and mild cam

Has triple Webers and a 5 speed gear box, this time around it has taken about 5 years to get back to the stage I am

At now I still have a few things left to do but I am pretty happy with it

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