Important Ad InfoLast Updated: 9/23/2018 | Source: Craigslist
Asking Price: $8,000
Vehicle Location: Palmyra, Pennsylvania
- Year: 1969
- Engine: 6 Cylinders
- Transmission: Manual
- Name: Scott
- Phone: See Below
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1969 Nissan Patrol k60 1 out of 4000 Nissan Patrols legally imported into the US, 1969 was the last year they were sold of which 400 were imported that year. They were sold by the Datsun dealers, but carried the Nissan logo. The Patrol was more expensive than the Toyota Land Cruiser and was built more heavy duty. It is equipped with its original 4.0 liter straight 6 cylinder engine, oil bath air cleaner, waterproof distributor, hand crank start, cab heater, front lockout hubs side and windshield air vents, 4 wheel drive high and low range, drive shaft emergency brake, rear hitch, hydraulic clutch, fold up side facing rear seats, removable doors, and skid plates.
Many new parts were installed including: new fuel tank, new shocks, new steering stabilizer, new brake shoes, 6 new brake wheel cylinders, new master cylinder, new brake lines and hoses, new windshield washer tank and pump, new front windshield with new gasket, new 12v alternator, new fuse block, new taillights, new seat covers, new convertible top frame, new wiring, new convertible top, new radiator hose, new heater core, 2 pioneer tool kit racks with shovel, axe and pick, first aid kit, jerry can, military antenna, frame is solid and undercoated, body is coated with bed liner inside and out, new fuel sending unit, and tow hooks.
I have a lot of extra parts to go along with this as well as a working tube Motorola two way radio. These are go anywhere, very rare, simplistic, no computers, off the grid survival/safari bugout vehicle. They were like the early bronco. Motor runs very good, good oil pressure, no oil leaks, no coolant leaks, new oil, plugs and filter, starts easy and shifts and drives good, clear title in hand
The wheels are brand new 6 x 5.5 and the tires are brand new 7.00 x15717 554 2883 Scott, no text