Dinosaur: 1973 Nissan Patrol 4X4

The second generation of the Nissan Patrol was built from 1959 through 1980…and for a few years (1962-1969) it was the only vehicle you could get with a Nissan badge in the USA (the other Nissans were badged as Datsun). The Patrol was a decidedly old school piece of moving art that used an ancient 4.0 liter Nissan P-series inline-6 and today’s Patrol has a functioning crank starter. Find this 1973 Nissan Patrol 4X4 offered for $19,100 in Milwaukee, WI via facecrank startbook. Tip from John W.

From the seller:

1973 Nissan pathfinder $19,100 Listed 21 weeks ago in Milwaukee, WI About This Vehicle Driven 100,000 miles Manual transmission Exterior color: Orange · Interior color: Black Fuel type: Gasoline Very good condition Clean title This vehicle has no significant damage or problems. Seller’s Description NOT A LANDCRUISER! Very Unique and rare 1973 Nissan Patrol 4×4. Jeep styled classic. Box styled like the Land Rover. Head turner without a doubt. Most have never seen one. These vehicles are built tough. Tough Nissan 4.0 straight 6 P-Engine. Electronic ignition. 3-speed. Low geared. Hi and Low transfer. Lockouts. Good body. Paint is 20 years old and is presentable. Not perfect! Tires are brand new on 15” wheels. Hydraulic brakes. Brake shoes at about 70%. Manual steering. Has a removeable top and a windshield that goes down (Have hinges) when top is off. Seats 8. Rear bench seats fold up. 4 open and close front air vents (2 head, 2 leg). Also has inside front and rear vents that air travels through the hardtop. Has a security key to give power to the battery. Also has an alarm system that I have disconnected through pulling inline fuse. Comes with an engine hand crank, original jack and toolbox (no tools). Recent coolant flush, brake adjustment, carburetor cleaning, tune-up and oil change. Serious inquiries only! Please respond with personal message ONLY! Will take down ad when not available. Will consider trades. Buyer to add cash when buyers trade value is less. $19100.00 Dan

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