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Datsun 510 Charging and Staring Systems
Datsun 510 Computer, Chip, Cruise Control
Datsun 510 Cooling System
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Datsun 510 Emission System
Datsun 510 Engines & Components
Datsun 510 Exhaust
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Datsun 510 Ignition System
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Datsun 510 Safety & Security
Datsun 510 Suspension & Steering
Datsun 510 Transmission & Drivetrain
Datsun 510 Turbos, Nitrous, & Superchargers
Datsun 510 Wheels and Tires
Datsun 510 Other Parts

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Datsun 510 - Classic Asian Cars
The 510 design was probably inspired by the BMW 1600 from the same era. It was even called the "Poor Man's BMW" by some critics. It was first sold in the United States 1968, and ended production in 1973.
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In some countries the 510 was sold as the 1600, and in others it was the Bluebird. The U.S. market version had a Hitachi downdraft carburated 1.6 L L Series engine. It produced 96 horsepower and had front disc brakes to help it stop. It also featured 4 wheel independent suspension. It was a rear wheel drive car that came with either a 4 speed manual or 3 speed automatic transmission. The car got a very respectable 20 - 30 mpg. Many consumers liked the fact that early Datsun cars featured many interchangeable parts, which made it easy for them to upgrade the engine from a 1.6 L to a more robust 2.0 L. Even many of the parts from the Z Series could be used on the 510, making it a sports car with virtually no custom work required. You can still find these cars on the used car market, although they are fairly rare. You can almost always find a few listed on eBay, and they tend to sell for less than same-year/same-condition vehicles listed in classified ads. There are also lots of parts for these cars listed on eBay, which is very convenient because the local Nissan dealership has no idea how to get a MacPherson strut for a 510 (but they will give you a funny look that's almost worth the visit).
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The specs and history of this car / truck / vehicle were found from various sources, including Car & Driver, Motor Trend, Road & Track, online car websites, and TV shows like Motor Week and Car Crazy. If any of my car history data is incorrect, please give me a history lesson by emailing me at carhistory ['AT' Symbol] (I removed the @ in hopes that it will prevent spam)