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D/Mans trusty 200B steed
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SubmitterDodgemanMore Photos from Dodgeman   Last Update2004/4/26 7:06    Tell a friendTell a friend
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It isn't fast, it isn't flash, but it is a steady, reliable, & affordable Datsun, & no matter what our toys are, we still need a car like that.

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datfunboy
Posted: 2004/4/26 6:50  Updated: 2004/4/26 6:50
Home away from home
Joined: 2003/12/12
From: wodonga, victoria
Posts: 235
 Re: D/Mans trusty 200B steed
i reckon they would look pretty nuts with a new paint job and all the side strips removed. then lower it with about 16 wheel and it would be pretty desirable car to have

but thats just me cause i have a thing for wagons, of any describtion. exept holden ones.

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Dodgeman
Posted: 2004/4/26 7:06  Updated: 2004/4/26 7:06
No life (a.k.a. DattoMaster)
Joined: 2003/6/27
From: Southern Tablelands N.S.W. Australia
Posts: 8292
 Re: D/Mans trusty 200B steed
I have three project in the works as it is & like most of us, i need basic, reliable, low cost transport. This is it.

It has a rebuilt composite engine thats made of 200B & early 910 Bluebird parts, & it's stock [ish].
The electronic ignition is from a series 2 'bird & the 5 speed is from a series 1 TRX
The instruments & steering wheel are earlier 200B SX. The wheels are SX too.

The factory disc braked 200B rear axle assembly is next.