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    Posted: 18 Oct 2014 at 9:21pm

Turbo 1977 Datsun 620 4x4 SAS & 4-link crawler project - $2000 (Flagstaff)

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Selling my 1977 Datsun king (extended) cab 4x4 project. It has a really beefy (large DOM tube) long-arm 4-link Pathfinder rear locked (welded) with 4.56 gears and the fuel tank from the Pathfinder is mounted in the bed right behind the cab. The front is a Jeep dana 44 with 4.56 gears and a detroit locker with leaf springs. Needs motor and trans mounts fabricated - the stock motor was pulled and I have a running 2.3 Turbo motor from a Volvo with the harness, ecu, transmission, everything. However if you have a Datsun motor & trans you could still bolt that in since I haven't cut the mounts off of the chassis yet. Also will need the transfer case mounted up, it is a Dana 20 divorced case. Steering is hooked up and is crossover (no "z-bar") with a Ballistic Fab arm and a Pathfinder steering box sturdily mounted to the frame. Has plenty of character marks so I doubt it would be a show truck any time soon but it would be a badass rig that will get you absolutely anywhere with very, very, very few like it on the road or trail.

Not shown is a pair of used heavy duty rock sliders that I'll throw in as well. Also I have some spare body parts.

Truck was originally 5sp but the Volvo transmission is 4sp auto

I have the title in my name, free and clear but can't remember if it's restored/salvage or not..

Tires are mismatched and are only installed so it rolls. I would suggest sourcing a set of rims and tires (6 lug, same as Chevy Nissan Toyota etc)

Will easily clear 35" tires (rears on it are 38" fronts are 35 and 34) and has LOTS of potential. Sold as is and where is, you will need a trailer or tow dolly.

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Better to learn from other peoples mistakes than to make them yourself.-Anonymous

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