'67 1600 - Mecum Kansas City - Apr 2014

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'67 1600 - Mecum Kansas City - Apr 2014

Post by bikermike » Fri May 09, 2014 1:55 am

Just came across this sale:

http://www.mecum.com/auctions/lot_detai ... 414-181029
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Lot T67 1967 Datsun 1600 Roadster
Sold Price: $6,000
Kansas City Spring 2014
April 24-26, 2014
DESCRIPTION
- Restoration began in summer 2013
- 4-speed transmission
- No rust
- Dual carburetors recently cleaned and adjusted
- New shift boot and knob and headlight covers
- New brake line and rear caliper kits and pads. New front brake rotors
- New air filter
- Headlights, turn signals, license plate, backup and interior lights work
- New speedometer cable and housing but needs the transmission gear
- New starter
- New convertible top, (not yet installed but included with original bows, frame, and original chrome hardware)
- New dash and windshield weather stripping
- Replaced front and rear bumpers
- New bumper brackets, front and rear
- Newer carpet and upholstery
- Electrical wiring corrected
- Door handles and window cranks,(new escutcheon spring kit)
- Trunk has been zolotoned
- New tires
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-Mike
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Re: '67 1600 - Mecum Kansas City - Apr 2014

Post by fj20spl311 » Fri May 09, 2014 2:08 am

I hope they get it.
Price of cars in the midwest is a lot higher than San Diego.
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Re: '67 1600 - Mecum Kansas City - Apr 2014

Post by greydog » Fri May 09, 2014 10:17 am

That's great. Looks like a nice solid car and for $6000 (as compared to it's British or Italian counterparts) a bargain for the reliablity and performance.
If the price of our cars and the parts keeps climbing, there's incentive to develop more replacement parts and save more of these cars.
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