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Identify this B210 model
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This B210 was recently posted for sale and its the only image available. Is this the GX model? The Datsun logo has additional markings that are not legible. This would likely have the A14 motor. If it is the GX, will it have dual Hitachi's and performance cylinder head? Car is located in the US. Would like to know if this is worth pursuing before inquiring.

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All B210 sold in North America had A14 engine (except first-year 1974). GX was the highest trim level, included more gauges and carpet. It had the same engine as DX

It's a B210 Coupe. Started badging them GX in 1978 when both a DX and a GX coupe was sold both badged "B210GX" in USA

This side badge is 1974-1977
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Thanks DD. What would the carburetor be on this coupe?

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All North American B210 used the Hitachi DCH306 carburetor, but a version with large venturis

* If that is a 1977 or late 1976 it will have the low-RPM A14 (round port) with 5-speed or Automatic
* If it is a 1975 or early 1976 they were factory fitted with high-RPM A14 and 4-speed or Automatic

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This is a 1975 model so it has the "high RPM" engine. Would this indicate it has the H72 cylinder head for North America vehicles?

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We don't know which engine it has, it could have been changed anytime in the last 42 years

H72 for USA is the anti-pollution head. Originally equipped with smog pump, open combustion chambers and primitive EGR. Not the best head, but an improvement over the 1200 head at RPMs above 5000

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