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[Datsun 1200 encyclopedia]


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Datsun 1200s were locally assembled in Australia in 1971 by Nissan Motor Co. (Australia) Pty. Ltd. (NMCA). Sedans were locally assembled from "Complete Knock Down" kits (CKD).


Models locally assembled from "Complete Knock Down" (CKD) kits include these 4-door sedans:

  • B110STUL
  • B110SUAL

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Model Breakdown:

  • B110 - Datsun 1200
  • S - Standard model
  • T - 4-speed transmission or A - Automatic
  • U - Export
  • L - Locally assembled (?). This is a guess, never having encountered it before

Note that U is used by LHD exports, and by RHD exports.

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Australia Chassis ID plates:
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Nissan Australia P/L Manufacturer's Plate, which certifies that the vehicle meets various Australia Design Rules in effect the year of manufacture.
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Differences from Japan-built B110s include:

  • Locally designed and sourced upholstery
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  • Lucas alternator
  • Lucas distributor
  • Borg Warner 60 differential starting September 1971 (smaller than the kind used in B210s)
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  • Reportedly, light blue tailshafts are the ones manufactured in Australia.
  • Nissan heater by Smiths with several differences from Japan-made units - see Heater#Australia Assembled


Nissan Pty. assembled some 120Y sedans from CKD, using some local parts like seats & interiors and brake components. NOTE: all coupes were imports from Japan. Plus a BW68 rear axle which is larger than the BW used with B110.

B210 C.K.D. ID Plate
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