1972 Datsun 620 pickup - L20b engine swap, new carb, lowered, maintenance done!!

1972 Datsun 620 pickup

Technical specifications of Datsun 620 pickup 1972

Price: US $8,499.99
Condition: Used
Item location: Pearland, Texas, United States
Make: Datsun
Model: 620 pickup
Year: 1972
Mileage: 96000
VIN: PL620079352
Color: Red
Engine size: L20b
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Tan
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

1972 Datsun 620 Pickup. Runs and drives great, and currently being daily driven, it is inspected and registered as a normal vehicle in TX, not antique or classic. Clean TX title in my name. This truck has been completely gone through and all maintenance/repairs have been done. It is one of the most solid 620s you will see and is ready to get in and drive. Has been garaged for most of its life, the only rust through on the entire vehicle is the lower front fenders (pictured), a very common spot in 620s because leaves and road debris get stuck up inside of it. Easy to replace the fenders or patch if you want to do paint or body work. Inner bed and floor pans have some slight surface rust but nothing bad or close to being rusted through. Body is in original paint and has some dent/dings, there are several spots where the paint is worn through to the primer but not to the metal, mostly on the hood/roof. Body/paint is the only thing that hasn't been repaired yet, I like the look of it as it is, it shines up really nicely when waxed. Everything on the truck works. Cleanest interior I have seen on a 620. Chassis has around 95k on it, motor has less than 50k.
-L20b engine swap w/4-speed manual trans, fresh valve adjustment, runs and shifts great.
-Long tube headers with new muffler
-new Weber 32/36 carb with manual choke, fully tuned
-full 12v electronic ignition conversion with new e12-80 distributor
-new NGK plugs/wires/coil/cap/rotor
-New oversized 60 amp alternator/regulator
-New starter
-All hoses and alt belt have been replaced
-Optima red top battery
-Fresh Redline tranny and diff fluid change
-New fuse box
-New dual relay headlight conversion wiring so the lights pull power directly from the battery and not through the ignition switch, this is a common problem with 620s and causes wiring overheating and can melt fuse boxes if not converted.
-New headlights and amber fog lights
-JDM fenders mirrors
-Lowered 4" all the way around, blocks in the rear/reindexed torsion bars in the front
-1.5" billet wheel spacers, stock wheels with good tires
-New rockford fosgate amp with two 6.5" speakers, system is setup with a cable to plug directly to your phone or mp3 player, there is no head unit.
-New wood grain ATS OBS steering wheel
-New brake shoes all around, new rubber brake hoses, new master cylinder
-New clutch master cylinder, slave cylinder and hose
-A/C and heater parts are all installed but need to be finished and charged
-New Wesco retractable seat belts
Two things worth mentioning....it is lowered as low as it can go without notching the frame. If drives pretty smooth in my opinion but if you hit a big bump you can bottom out the shocks, I don't really mind it, I just avoid big bumps. But you can either raise it up or possiblyput on different shocks if you want it smoother. Also, the driveshaft seal on the transmission needs to be replaced, it does not leak bad but will leak a little tranny fluid after driving for awhile. Other than that it runs/drives awesome. Message me with any questions.

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