1973 KA24DE 2DR in Tualatin, OR

Last Updated: 10/5/2020 | Ad Source: Direct
Location: Tualatin, Oregon

Asking Price: $55,000

1973 Tualatin OR

Key Features

  • Model Year: 1973
  • Body Style: Two Door
  • Engine: KA24DE
  • Transmission: 5 Speed

Seller Information

  • City/Area: Tualatin
  • Contact Name: David K
  • Phone: (503) 490-8236
  • Email: [email protected]

More Details & Pictures

This is a completely new rotisserie build.

Rebuilt engine and trans also.  Almost every nut and bolt new.  Car was dismantled and then sent to a chemical dipper to remove any rust.

Paint is single stage PPG.  Coil overs on all corners as well as Wilwood brakes. Thousands of dollars of parts purchased from Troy Ermish.

You can’t build this car at this price.  This was my second build and if you look on this site at the cars sold here in Oregon then you will see a gray 510 with red interior, that was my first build of a 510. (See that build by Clicking Here)

All of the paint and fabrication work was done by me alone.   The intake on this engine was built by me although I had someone else do the Tig welding.  This is a one of a kind beautiful 510 which you should enjoy for years.  This is a wiper, heater, radio delete 510.

Last Updated on October 5, 2020 by Datsun 510 For Sale

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  1. This guy can’t seriously think he is going to get over 40K for this thing…
    would love to be proven wrong, but seems like a classic “you gotta pay for my emotionally driven over investment in the build.” Also what’s up with those jeans? It looks like he wet yourself. “cool.”

  2. Lots of great (& not so great) memories of this first car I was given by my Grandfather for good college grades But I got some minimal grief because of its Japanese origination. I loved “Of A Gun” (get it…Datsun of a gun?), despite living in Fla. w/ a car with vinyl seats and those HUGE steering wheels of the times).

    * Poppy, as I called him, understandably wasn’t keen on me buying a Japanese car because a brother-in-law was shot down by a Japanese battle in the Pacific during WWll.

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