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[Datsun 1200 encyclopedia]

CA20

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Category: Engine Swaps

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turbo

Not a factory option like the CA18ET.

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wolki101

wolki101's 1971 ute with CA20E power was POST for sale in 2015.

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  • CA20E conversion
  • Torana banjo diff with Torana drums
  • Stanza struts with skyline shocks and height adjustable coils and camber tops
  • rear springs reset 50mm lower and 1 inch blocks added with pedders shock absorbers
  • Commodore calipers at the front
  • Bare metal respray done in mazda sunlight silver about 5 years ago including door jams etc, only the engine bay left in previous dark blue
  • Maddat hardlid fitted and painted at the same time.
  • Front bar rechromed
  • Sparco Sprint V bucket seats with custom rails
  • Stereo with 2 6" speakers up front, 10" slimline sub underneath drivers seat and amp under passengers. Head deck with usb, 3.5mm and CD
  • Alarm/remote locking system

Car is fully engineered in NSW and was last registered a couple of years ago

Currently the diff centre has been welded locked and an axle subsequently broken

Fine for me on the street but not quite enough room for the 2 track days I did in it (car never overheated, brakes never faded or anything, it was a great car on the track).

Looks better than when he bought it, eh?
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