Time to make a lasting impression with a custom pickup that's
interesting, peppy, and quite affordable. This 1972 Datsun 520 is
the kind of truck you always wanted to build, and now it's within
reach more than ever before.
Take some time to look over this full custom presentation. The matte green paint with a complete custom white and gold stripe package laid on top of it is that kind of artistry that is worth the price on this truck alone. And all that brightwork shines so nicely on the bumper, trim, dual exhaust, and moon hubcaps. Plus, we love all the extra golden pieces like the trim within the bright grille and the Datsun lettering on the tailgate. That's why you really need to take your time looking at all the pictures. The more you look, the more details you notice, like the roof rack, red smoothie wheels, and custom roll pan with teardrop taillights. The whole package has such a personality that this truck deserved a nickname - that's why you see Mint Julip on the front spoiler.
Inside the custom work continues. All the colors from the exterior return to accent a tasteful brown interior. In fact, the custom-stitched door panels show you how the right investment and thoughtful placement make all these colors come together in one stunning package. And we know you love the look of the custom seats. These individual buckets have the kind of diamond-pattern stitching you would expect on a Bentley. Plus, the gold and cream colors from the exterior are expertly added to the presentation. The steering wheel has an attractive gold tone, and the wood finish on the dash is another great standout touch. Even with all the custom work, this pickup leaves hints at its originality with the factory gauge package, and even the original AM radio is still on display.
This mix of originality with upgrades continues under the hood. This is the numbers-matching powerplent, but it also has some nice investments. The 1.6-liter motor is a terrific engine that's known for being lively and robust. This one has even more pep thanks to a Weber twin-barrel carburetor and MSD coil. You can tell by the belt, wires, and hoses that this engine has been treated with the right kind of care. That means you can easily hop into Mint Julip any time and go for a ride. And the feeling of the OHV motor mixed with the control of the four-speed manual transmission creates that perfect magic that reminds us all why we fell in love with imported pickups. Plus, with the lowered suspension and modern Falken tires, this one has surprising grip.
Complete with title documentation, you're looking at one of the most affordable ways to hit the custom scene in a big way. So you know this is a deal that's going fast. Call today!!!