1969 Nissan Patrol Datsun 4x4
Price: US $16,900.00 Item location: Cave Creek, Arizona, United States
- Make: Nissan
- Model: Patrol
- Year: 1969
- Mileage: 63,000
- VIN: L6027238
- Color: Teal
- Number of cylinders: 6
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: 4WD
- Interior color: Teal
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1969 Nissan PatrolFor Sale 1969 Nissan Patrol, Rare color, Newer body and paint. Runs and drives! 4wd in working and solid condition. 63,000 original "A" box miles, Free and clear Arizona title in hand! These are very rare and hard to come by rust free and solid as this one is! Please view photos closely and if you have any questions Call or text Andy 480-eight-four-eight-2838 Asking $16,900 or best offer.. Thanks again for viewing my Nissan Patrol I can help with shipping if needed!
Sold As-Is where is with no warranties or guarantees!
The Nissan Patrol 60 (two-door; 2,200 mm (86.6 in) wheelbase) and G60 (two-door; 2,500 mm (98.4 in) wheelbase) were first sold in Australia in 1960. Left-hand drive L60/GL60 models were sold outside of Australia.
US customers could get Patrols only from 1962 until 1969. Patrols were sold through Datsun dealerships, making it the only Nissan-badged vehicle sold in the United States until the early 1980s when the Datsun marque was phased out. An extra long wheelbase version, the H60, was also available.
The 4WD Nissan Patrol 60 series was produced in short, medium and long wheel-base versions. It had a manual transmission type-F3B83L at first with three and later with four speeds, two-speed transfer case with part-time four-wheel drive. The motor was the P engine, a 3,956 cc (241.4 cu in) inline overhead-valve six-cylinder, featuring bathtub-shaped combustion chambers and a fully balanced seven-bearing crank shaft. With two doors in front and one at the back and four seats (driver, and companion in front, two parallel back seats), the extra long wheelbase version (the H60) was available with eight-passenger capacity.
In 1963, the KG60 (and KGL60) hard-top models were introduced.
Nissan Australia claimed that the 60 series Patrol was the first vehicle to drive across the Simpson Desert in Australia, and built much publicity around the 50-year anniversary of the event, including a re-enactment with a similar vehicle ending on 21 July 2012 to publicise the impending release of their new generation Y62. However, a conflicting account claimed that a Toyota Land Cruiser support vehicle arrived before the Patrol.
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