8/17/2005

Found some 'new' old parts

This week I received a box with some parts found on the internet.
These parts are "in stock" now , just in case they're needed.

If you are a 100a owner and you need something that you see on this page, feel free to contact me or leave a comment on this blog.

Here is a little overview of the parts which are available for a nice price:


This is a rightsided tail light for the first 100A series.
Produced from 1970 - 1971 as far as I know. This is the "small" version.

This is a complete unit complete with cableconnector.
I have only 1 unit, right side. Available for sale.



This is the fanswitch/sensor which is situated at the bottomside of the radiator in the front of the car.

I also heard that it was very common to have this switchcontacts bridged in the summertime to have a constant forced cooling on the radiator since the radiator in the 100a isn't very big equipped.


The radiatorfan is also available as spare part.
This is the original 100a radiatorfan.

As you might notice on the picture there is some dust on the radiatorfan and mounting. The fan itself is actually in excellent condition.

If you might need this part, it is available for sale.


In orde to complete the story about the coolingsystem, here is also a radiator capsule.

This part is, just like the others, available for sale if you might need it.



There also is the Datsun sign which is mounted on the front grill of the car. It just needs a little painture before getting remounted.

The flashlights are from the older series, just like the tail lamp on the picture on top of this posting. The left lamp has a little damage.
These lights also have a tranparent spot on the bottom side, on this picture. I don't know on what purpose this transparant spot was used. Maybe is was used for licenseplate luminance.

This is the flashlight used on the "later" types, the second generation of the 100a, starting off 1972 and later.

These lamps do not have the transparent spot as shown on the older serie.

This is the same type light which is also mounted on my own 100a from 1976.




Then we have the two emblems which were mounted on the rear sides of the car.

On the first series these were used later replaced by the ventilation gratings.


The later used ventilation covers looked like this:

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