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Anyone In TX Looking For A Datsun 2000 [Oregon, USA]

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tampaguy Jack Shea
Elgin, OR, USA   USA
First time offering, contact me if interested. 10K firm

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wyatt Silver Member Wyatt W
penguin point, drift ice, Antarctica   ATA
....I remember those,just about blew the rods out of my 70 MGB racing it...eye popping smiley

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tampaguy Jack Shea
Elgin, OR, USA   USA
Lots of OHV 1600’s but the OHC 2000’s are few and far between.

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oleanderjoe Gold Member Joseph Baba
Fresno, CA, USA   USA
DID One 2000 "Fairlady" The customer pulled the head to do a valve job. The machine shop milled it down a bit. Bent three valves on the first "TRY TO START" confused smileyhot smiley



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davidf David Friedman
Drexel Hill, PA, USA   USA
I've actually had a 2000 and now have a 1600 (don't worry...had an MGB GT too). From 1968 to 1970, they actually produced slightly more 2000s than the 1600s. I'd be interested in this one if I didn't already have one. This one looks like a 1968.

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jacko241 Gold Member Joe Jacalone
Saint Augustine, FL, USA   USA
If it was a 1968, I think it would have side marker lights.


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davidf David Friedman
Drexel Hill, PA, USA   USA
68 didn't have side markers. 69 had a tear drop marker on front fenders and a small round one on the rear. 70s had rectangular markers front and rear.

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tampaguy Jack Shea
Elgin, OR, USA   USA
It’s a 68. Lived in panhandle of Florida for decades until just recently, now in TX.


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Fairfield, CA, USA   USA
There were two versions. Hitachi (SU clones) and Mikuni (Weber/Solex clones) Different class in SCCA at the time, different road power. Which is this one?



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w650gb500 Dan Lipperini Jr
Dallas, PA, USA   USA
1963 Chevrolet Corvette
1979 MG MGB V8 Conversion
1989 Honda MC GB500 "Tourist Trophy"
1990 Mazda Miata "Mongrel"    & more
Too bad you aren’t on the wrong side of the country and in the market for an MGB V-8.

Nice looking ride.

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1978 MGB 3.5 Rover V-8
Rotus(Lotus 7 replica) powered by Mazda 13-B turbo
1993 Corvette “Kart” scratch build
1963 Corvette Grand Sport Roadster “tribute”
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Coastal, SC, USA   USA
1962 MG MGA MkII
1968 MG MGC
1969 MG MGC
1969 MG MGC GT    & more
Interesting article about the MGB vs the Datsun Fairlady (1600-2000 in the US) in Dec issue of Safety Fast.
I drove a Datsun 1600 or 2000 back in the 70's but don't remember much about it except it was very similar to the MGB.
Back then cars were something I drove and traded every few months for something different.
Ron

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jseal Silver Member Jonathan Seal
Zurich, Schweiz, Switzerland   CHE
1964 MG MGB
1969 MG MGB GT
I am no expert on these cars, but this seems like a very good price for a 2000. Is the interior red?

If it does not sell here, I would consider BAT, but you may have to take a few more pictures...

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tampaguy Jack Shea
Elgin, OR, USA   USA
SU’s Baby ! The car was purchased new by my friends father-in-law. He passed so it’s just sitting unused, 40K original.


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davidf David Friedman
Drexel Hill, PA, USA   USA
I can see that the valve cover has been repaired.
At some point, the timing chain tried to free itself from the engine! When the upper timing chain tensioner starts to fail, there is a noise known as the death rattle. This means it's time to replace the chain, gears, and tensioners before major damage occurs.



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