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1969 Datsun 2000 Fairlady Roadster

Make: Datsun
Model: 2000 Fairlady
SubModel: Fairlady
Type: Roadster
Trim: Roadster
Year: 1969
Mileage: 75,000
VIN: SRL3118044
Color: White
Engine: SR311 2.0L
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Mount Dora, Florida, United States

1969 Datsun 2000 Fairlady Roadster Additional Info:

The introduction of the 1967SR311andSRL311saw a major update. Produced from March 1967 – 1970, the SR311 used a 2.0L (1,982cc)U20engine and offered a five-speedmanual transmission, somewhat unexpected for a production car at the time. The first-year cars (known as "half year" cars) are sought as there were fewer than 1,000 produced which are unencumbered with the 1968 model year emissions and safety changes. The in-line, four cylinder U20 engine had a cast iron block and aluminum alloy head. The newSOHCengine produced 135PS (99kW; 133hp). An optional Competition package included dual Mikuni/Solexcarburetors; a special "B" modelcamshaftfor 150PS (110kW; 150hp); higher limit gauges; and a license plate surround. In Australia there were no emission restrictions and all 2.0 litre cars were fitted with the Competition package as standard.[8]

Due to the 2.0 litre engine, Japanese versions were regarded as expensive, specialized, sports cars due to the annualroad taxobligation.

The Datsun 2000 was lauded as a bargain sports car. It was raced by John Morton, Bob Sharp and others.[9]Its sticker price was lowest in its class, but it won its class in C Production (Mikuni-Solex carburetors) and D-Production (Hitachi-SU carburetors), in SCCA racing on a consistent basis even after production stopped. This one sports two SU carburetors.


For the 1968 model year the entire line was updated with a new body featuring a taller integrated windshield with an integratedrear-view mirror, a padded dashboard with non-toggle switches, built-in headrests, and lifting door handles. This version was first shown at the 14thTokyo Motor Showin October 1967 and was developed to meet the newFederal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards.[10]In the US the engines were also fitted with new emissions controls, and the lesser 1600 continued as a companion model through the end of production. Australia had no such emission controls.

This 1969 Datsun 2000 has a very straight body with one small ding in the rear fender. I will try to pop it out before end of sale.

$500 due at end of listing by the lucky winner. 3 days to come up with the rest. Do not bid unless you intent to buy. Full payment within 7 days. Local pickup in Mount Dora, Florida, USA only! I reserve the right to remove any bid. Feel free to contact me with any questions.

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