I have been in the process of trying to figure out a custom clutch pedal. The A10 was available as a two- and four-door sedan, a wagon, hatchback hardtop coupé and, from 1980, as a five-door hatchback. In 1979, 120 two-door coupé models were assembled in Australia, apparently due to a mix-up with Nissan Australia's ordering system. Typically, the press were largely unimpressed with the cars abilities, siting its unadventurous styling and conventional engineering as negatives, but this was counter balanced by the cars considerable success as a world championship rally car. In the Middle East, Nissan Stanza T12 was called the Nissan Liberta not to be confused with the , a partial replacement of the Nissan Liberta Violet T11. This car was 1981 in Ireland. The Auster was a higher specification and sportier version of the Stanza for the Japanese domestic market, with the emphasis towards a younger demographic.
Mysteriously, while wagons usually have a smaller gas tank of 11. The five-door bodywork only became available in the Auster and Violet versions as of April 1980, meaning that they were only built for fourteen months as the car was replaced by the T11 generation in June 1981. Brake lines where also flushed in the process along with a new master cylinder. The saloon versions four door were available first and the hatchback five door became available in January 1987. This model was equipped with an updated version of the A10 with a new carburetor and increased to 9.
At this time the Cherry name was discontinued on the Japan home market. It was sold as the Datsun 160U or 180U, depending on engine fitment. Externally, the bumper overriders received a slight chrome molding in the middle. They were released into the market anyway with no promotion, and promptly sold out. Using the U11 platform, Bluebird Estates were still sourced from Japan. The was also sold as part of the range, renamed the Stanza Wagon.
I went ahead and got everything hard wired, all the electrical is good to go. Hint: use really good hose clamps for the heater core as you don't want to do that again. For 1979, the 710 range was superseded by the correspondent next generation A10-series Violet in the Nissan Mexico lineup. I still need to fabricate a Clutch pedal but that will come when the engine is in the car. Datsun 120A Cherry coupé 1973 European contemporary nomenclature In Europe, E10 was called Datsun 100A the brand being used in place of Nissan in the European market at that time with A10 engine or Datsun 120A A12, but this engine was only available with the body style, also a semi automatic version of the ordinary car available in 1978. In Japan, the Cherry was exclusive to locations.
The Cherry was introduced in Japan at a specially established dealership sales channel called , whereas the Sunny was sold at Nissan Satio Shop, and the Bluebird was sold at the Nissan Bluebird Shop. But info is always appreciated. Bryan's Missin' Nissan Genealogy Page. I have it all labeled, Just waiting to get ready to install the dash to see how i want to mount it. From here, the commercialization of the Mexican A10 lineup changed to Datsun 180J, referring the more powerful 1. In reality, these distinctly non-poetic and over-named Nissan Datsun Stanzas were backward-looking, leaf-sprung, gutless, ill-steering, noisy horrors with only one virtue; total mechanical indestructability.
The new model was larger than earlier versions of the Cherry, with the new taking its place in the supermini sector on its European launch in June 1983, leaving the Cherry to compete in Europe against the new-popular hatchback designs like the and , while the Sunny gave buyers a traditional saloon and estate option. Main article: Third generation N10 Overview Also called Datsun Cherry Production 1978—1982 Body and chassis Related The N10 model Pulsar was introduced to Japan in May 1978, with European sales beginning in March 1979. In New Zealand the 100A 4-door sedan 1. A new third generation model was launched in 1981, changing the series name again to T11, and shared the platform with the. The intake valve was 40—41 mm 1. Performance was average for its class, the 1.
It continued to sell well in Britain, and the most popular foreign car there in 1981. Gross horsepower ratings are 110 and 107 respectively. Amersfoort, Netherlands: Arnold van der Wees. The Auster was exclusive to Nissan Prince Store locations, as a lower cost alternative to the , but was slightly larger than the. Call Surefire at 1-800-790-9094 for customer service, availability and technical assistance. I took a Clutch Assembly from a 85 300zx from the salvage yard.
I will have to make a custom cold air intake pipe to get it to fit under the hood. The A10 Violet was updated in 1977 with a more angular design, with the same body options as before, which again carried over much of the drivetrain from the 710. Introduced for the 1974 model year, the 710 only saw very light modifications for 1975. In Japan, the Stanza and Auster ranges were effectively replaced by the for the 1990 model year. The A10 used an old fashion road-breather instead.