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Guess work.  2 door.  4door.  Later body without creases in rear fender elongating the chrome under door trim and trimmer trunk lid. ?

 

I haven't looked at the catalog in a long time so don't remember if this is explained on  the model differences pages.

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Thank you gentlemen for the replies.  I looked through the introduction material and the model photos and didn't see an associated A, B, C designation; didn't see a model differences page proper.  I haven't bounced the part numbers against the body changes you mentioned, but will shortly.

I did learn my chassis number puts the date of manufacture between September '65 and March '66 - more info than I had before!  I don't suppose Nissan does "birth certificates" like VW...

 

Again, thanks for the input; much appreciated.

Jason

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Hi Jason

i have a 1965 parts catalogue for the 411 (it's one of those half size ones that requires a magnifying glass to read the numbers 🙄). I can check the part numbers for the windscreens if you like?

 

Cheers

Eiles

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So, a little late to the party but...

72613-10800 supersedes to 73613-10801 so, same glass.

72613-10802 no longer comes up as a valid part # so I can't say for sure if it is in the same part # chain but I would guess it is.

The theory is if the "10800" and "10801" inter change and the "10801" is a "C" type ..."10800" and "10802" are both "A&B" type and a "C" type interchanges with one of the "A&B" types, they should all 3 be the same.

Clear as mud right?

 

Wish I would have saved some of those old paper price books from the last century.

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Well thanks for the input guys!  I'm taking away that they all interchange...  and none are available.

I reached out to several vendors, and am awaiting response from most.  I did get a quote for $3500 to custom manufacture a single windshield that I haven't responded to yet.  For what it's worth, in each of my requests I've asked for multi-unit pricing assuming other folks will also be in need.  I'll update this thread if anything pans out.

 

Jason

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9 hours ago, KELMO said:

So, a little late to the party but...

72613-10800 supersedes to 73613-10801 so, same glass.

72613-10802 no longer comes up as a valid part # so I can't say for sure if it is in the same part # chain but I would guess it is.

The theory is if the "10800" and "10801" inter change and the "10801" is a "C" type ..."10800" and "10802" are both "A&B" type and a "C" type interchanges with one of the "A&B" types, they should all 3 be the same.

Clear as mud right?

 

Wish I would have saved some of those old paper price books from the last century.

 

The last 2 digits are the distinction code. This can further be broken down into 4 categories but for this, 00-19 and 60-69 distinction numbers are under a/ Similarity. For example...

 

74902-11400 Carpet Red

74902-11401 Carpet Blue

74902-11402 Carpet Brown

The parts are identical but for their color. For glass it might be a tint, possibly where it's made like Japan or Mexico, possibly how it was laminated or tempered. Otherwise identical.

 

The other 3 categories are.....

 

b/ Exclusive service use 25-29 and 75-79..... rebuild kits for carburetor for example

c/ Material 40-45 and 80-85........................... a steel part replaced by a plastic or aluminum for example

d/ Processing 30-39, 90-94 and 50-59.......... this is a part that is only available on another assembly.

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