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1982 Nissan Patrol LG61 Charlotte, NC $23,999

• CATEGORIES: Other 4x4s

Chuck shared this nice looking Nissan Patrol. Strangely, it has a Utah plate on the front and an NC plate on the back.

https://losangeles.craigslist.org/lac/cto/d/concord-1982-nissan-patrol-lg61-super/6909291983.html

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“The Nissan Patrol’s legend was shaped by drivers in some of the world’s most inhospitable places. It quickly built its reputation as a tough, reliable and innovative addition to the motoring industry. This real man’s truck became iconic, lauded for its tough nature and undying loyalty to those who drove it.

This is one truck that people will stop, turn around and come back to look at it. They have never seen one in their life. I get more reactions from this truck than from my two previous Toyota Land Cruisers – FJ40 and FJ43. One thing I can say for sure is that the build quality and the ride are way better than the Toyota FJ40. The Nissan Patrol was a very expensive truck back when it came out, more expensive than the Toyota.

This particular truck is a very rare long wheel base version that never came to the States, with a 4-speed manual transmission (a lot only came with 3-speed). The manual steering is superb compared to the FJ40; it is very easy to maneuver this truck. The 4×4 works great.

The odometer currently reads 66,000 kms or 41,000 miles, but it probably turned over once, so I woud assume it has 166,000 kms or 103,000 miles. This classic 4×4 starts up with the first turn of the key and purrs like a kitten. The 4.0L inline 6-cylinder engine is smoother and stronger than the competition. This vehicle was legally imported from South America.”

 

One comment on “1982 Nissan Patrol LG61 Charlotte, NC $23,999

  1. Mike

    I think this listing is near me in Concord NC, less than 3 miles from my house, I’ve seen it around town and recognize some of the scenes in the background, definitely a head turner, I know I did a double take a few weeks ago when riding my bicycle. Wow, my reaction was, where did that come from?

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