Datsun 720 Pickup owner’s, service, repair and maintenance manuals PDF, electrical wiring diagrams, scheduled maintenance, operating instructions free download
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Datsun 720 Pickup background information
The Datsun 720 is a pick-up manufactured by Datsun in Japan and the US from 1980 to 1986. He was also exported to Australia, Europe and the Middle East.
The Datsun 720 was with a normal and extended cab (“King Cab”), with a long and short bunk. In some export markets, a 4-door double cab was offered. There was also a utility like the early Toyota 4runner. This structure was called Bushwacker and was available as a subsequent conversion.
From May 1983 to the setting of the 1986 model, the DATSUN 720 was built in the new Nissan plant in Smyrna (Tennessee).
In the model years 1980-1983, the cars had flatbeds with single-layered side walls with protruding upper edges and lashing hooks, two ornamental ventilation openings on the bonnet and taillights at the bottom tail plate.
The last series from 1985 to May 1986 had double sidewalls, optically softer designed pitch pages and changed taillights at the corners similar to those of the Chevrolet S series. Some export models were still delivered with the earlier flatbeds.
Further variations of the US model next to the KC (King Cab) were the GL, the DX, the ST (Sport Truck) and a chassis with the cab (only rear-wheel drive).
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