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Re: Coupe Grille - early B210 - mounting points
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the grille has 6 bolts top and 6 bolt bottom + 3 pins maybe to center the grille while it is screwed down. The pins fit into rubber pads, much like modern cars

top edge of grille bolts to the core support

bottom edge bolts is the six yellow stars - need some photos of where it fits in the car

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Re: Coupe Grille - early B210
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eBay photos of the grille with the North America T/S indicator lamps installed

for USA/Canadian cars they all used this grille 1974-1975. Yes, sedan used the coupe grille

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Re: Coupe Grille - early B210
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grille is exactly the same USA or JDM

62302-H5500 JDM GRILLE KIT-radiator K-DX,K-GL
62302-H5500 USA GRILLE KIT-radiator Coupe & Sedan

the difference is the fittings:
* 'D' badge instead of 'S' badge
* T/S indicator lamps instead of blanking plates (masks) #5 in diagram
* Fog Lamps on GX (Japan Market) #8 in diagram

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Re: Coupe Grille - early B210
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6 bolt holes along top edge
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6 bolt holes along bottom edge

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Coupe Grille - early B210
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KB210

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classic honeycomb mesh style grille

The round holes were fitted with fog lamp blanks on 1200s (120Y and base level B210s)
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For Lamps were an OPTION
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North America had the Turn Signal indicator lamps in the grille (because they wouldn't fit in the front bumper)
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B210 Grille
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Whether you have a 120Y or a B-210 they are all Datsun Model B210, the 2nd generation of the Sunny line


Early Sedan (1973-1975) shark gille type
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Early Coupe honeycomb type
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Late Sedan (1976-1978) B211-type
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Late Coupe
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Excellent 1400/140Y/160Y
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Excellent 1600
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Re: WTB set of 1200 gx fender mirrors
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originals were manufactured by Ever Wing

* gray with chrome ring
* spring-loaded fender mount

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Re: 1971 DATSUN 1200 RACE CAR
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I plan on racing. Good to see you still here.

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Re: Need aesthetic assistance w/ my new B210
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For chin spoilers the Mk1 Golf is popular and works ok with 1200s and B210s. You can search what people have done on this forum. Don't know about B510 spoilers. Yahoo japan auctions is a good place to find interesting 1200 spoilers. They all seem to require a bit of fiddling to fit.

I don't know about rear spoilers although they came out on some of the South African cars (140z/160z) and I understand that they are rubber. Very hard to find I would say but I know someone who did get one.

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Re: Need aesthetic assistance w/ my new B210
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I've swapped a few grilles around from different years both early, late, JDM, coupe / sedan and while I haven't swapped that particular early coupe grille I'd be quite surprised if it didn't screw in the same way.

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