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1969 Datsun 2000/1600

For sale: 1969 Datsun Other

Technical specifications

Item location:
Wayne, Pennsylvania, United States
2 door
Engine size:
Don't know if 1600 or 2000; #88386
Number of cylinders:
Drive type:
Interior color:
Vehicle Title:
Contact the seller / ! Report


I purchased this vehicle in 2001 from another private seller. The car is a hybrid between the 2000 and 1600 models. The VIN is for a 2000. but the body looks like a 1600 (and has 1600 identification on the back and side). I do not know if the engine is a 2000. or a 1600--engine block number listed above. Someone told me it has a 2000 grille. It's been a long time. but my speculation is that the seller had a 2000 and a 1600 and put the best parts together. The car I am selling also comes with an additional engine (as pictured; I don't know the make of the engine or year– the prior seller gave it to me "for parts"); some sort of hardtop; and what appears to be some transmission part. I am not a car buff. but bought the car because it looks terrific and fun to drive. Over the years. I have used it rarely – about four or five times a year. I've always had it garaged. and inspected once a year (last inspection 4/10/15). 5 speed (overdrive). If you are a purist looking for a vintage model that's unadulterated. this is not the car for you. But for me it was fantastic and it turned a lot of heads when I puttered around town. believe me. Other than yearly inspections. I did not do much with the car other than put on Panasport wheels. The prior owner also put in a radio and I think a revved up muffler. I was going to think about getting a convertible roof. but never got around to it. It had a roll bar but I lost it. The odometer is broken. so no realistic sense of mileage. I put in 100k as a placeholder. As mentioned in the summary. the exterior is in pretty good shape with just a couple of dings. However. the interior needs work. and this might be a fun hobby for someone who wants to continue the restoration. My guess is some things like heat. etc. don't work – I never checked--I just made sure the window wipers worked. Vinyl torn. missing driver side visor. left turn signal doesn't snap back. the rubber cover gear shift boot pops out. etc. Anyone buying this should assume there is work to be done if they want to get it up to snuff. I didn't bother because I used it for its exterior look and great ride. A buyer for this car should assume they will find other defects. I priced that into my offer. The car is sold "as is. where is". with no representations or warranties whatsoever. I will discuss payment logistics at the time of sale. Funds must clear before title is transferred.

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