1972 Datsun Pickup. These trucks never come in and when they do
they are never done or restored to this high of level. From front
to back , top to bottom, interior to exterior this truck was done
right and every detail shows it. Exterior is finished in a
beautiful forest green with a show quality finish. Sitting on
factory steel wheels painted wilvers with oem caps wrapped in
Mericus rubber with a dual white pin stripe that makes the green
paint pop. Chrome front bumper. The exterior of this truck is
second to none and is of the highest quality. Interior is a very
basic datsun interior as it should. Finished in all black from
balck bench vinyl seat to balck door panels to black dash and door
panels. OEM radio , two spoke steering wheel and a floor mounted
shifter is understated yet just right at the same time. Engine is a
factory 4 cylinder engine that runs like a watch. Shifts through
all the gears perfectly and stops on a dime. Documentation includes
the original owners manual and a service maintenance book. 5,000
Miles since the completion of the restoration. Frankman Motor
Company started in 1988 as a small family business that has grown
from an acreage with a converted 2 stall garage as the office to
the largest independent used car dealership in a 5 state area with
almost 50,000 vehicles sold and over 50 employees.
1972 Datsun Pickup
Location:Sioux Falls, South Dakota
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