West Coast

Here you can put any nice Datsun Sports roads in your area to share with the rest of us.

Moderators: notoptoy, S Allen, Solex68

User avatar
S Allen
Site Admin
Posts: 4548
Joined: Thu Dec 05, 2002 4:57 pm
Location: Knoxville, IA(Lake Redrock)Emory, TX
Model: 1500/1600
Year: Low Windshield-64-67.5

Re: West Coast

Post by S Allen »

Your roadster is looking good. The picture thumbnails have the orientation problem. When you click and open the thumbnail the picture displays correctly. Forum software but honestly I have not had time to look into it.

66 Stroker-Going Orange
67 SRL311-00279-resto project
Stock '72 240Z-Blue
2002 Ford F250 7.3 Diesel 2WD Hauler
2008 Toyota FJ Cruiser
2009 Smart ForTwo Passion Coupe
2013 Fiat 500 Abarth
User avatar
Roadster Fanatic-Site Supporter
Posts: 9087
Joined: Fri Aug 07, 2009 11:47 pm
Location: Tacoma, WA

Re: West Coast

Post by Gregs672000 »

Catching up on your posts... you mentioned the ride and the need for new shocks... and once again I'll promote the Bilsteins because (IMHO) they are just that good. Take it from me (who has ridden on a comp suspension for 37 years) and MANY others here, they just transform the car. Expensive yes, but they will pay you back with miles and miles of smiles!

Now JT, about that commission...
Greg Burrows
'67 2000 #588
Tacoma, WA
Roadster Newby
Posts: 14
Joined: Wed Dec 06, 2023 9:14 pm
Location: Santa Cruz
Model: 2000
Year: High Windshield-68-70

Re: West Coast

Post by Gladisco »

Thanks Greg, it’s on the list. Trying to tackle some electrical issues presently. I am currently running sans right blinkers/flashers, heat and fuel gauges. Also as of today, noticed my passenger side wing window isn’t really fixed and knocking about.

Question - my rear end refresh entails dif seal and rear leaf bushings which seems like I should address at the same time. On the fence, whether I re arch the springs or go new or preferably leave as is ie not have to spend more.