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#1 Pacific coast Datsun

Pacific coast Datsun
  • Location:Arizona via San diego CA
  • Cars:76 Conqueror "Datsun powered" jet boat -73 PL 620 - 74 PL 620 - 94 D-21

Posted 15 May 2008 - 08:26 AM

As most of you guys know Steroid has been selling fiberglass parts for the 620's for some time now. Im posting these pics of his products for him to make it easier for people to view/purchase them. I can verify that his stuff is high quality & built to last. The price sheet w/ part #'s will be posted here soon. Bleach, like we discussed can we make this a sticky? Thanks...
620spookspoilerDA3242
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DA 322 airdam
DA 324 front spoiler
DA 310 sunvisor
DA 306 (r & l) Fontana rear fender flares
DA 406 (r & l) Fontana front fender flares
DA 307 (r & l) Mudflap rear fender flares (for wrap kit) can be sold seperately
DA 308 (r & l) Mudflap front fender flares (also for wrapkit) can be sold with or without a spoiler with the rear mudflap fender flares.
DA 325 wrapkit spoiler. To go with other four mudflap/wrapkit fender flares.
DA 350 Metal louvered rear taillight filler roll panel
DL 1 Self sticking windshield DATSUN logo. Same as on Funtana's windshield. Installs on the inside of the windshield.
PR 9 This is Unlimited's L-88 hood scoop.
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More pics of these items will be added as i get them. Thanks for looking :cool:

All of Us 620 pickup owners know well the usual problem of having a cracked dash. Even when the trucks were new they would start to crack within a few years. Also, some of Us have dashes that were "hacked" with a prior owner trying to mount an oversized radio or the illegal removal of a radio resulting in damage. What to do???? Well the time has come for Steroid Products to unveil the newest product. A FULL FIBERGLASS dash!!!
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This dash is a ONE PIECE item. As You can tell from the first two photos, it slips into place nicely. A stock dash with gauges and heater controls weighs 22 pounds!! This dash weighs 8 pounds, which would rise depending on what You add. For drag racing, performance and show trucks, You could trim down around 10 pounds from stock!! This dash can be airbrushed, painted to match Your truck's color or just done in gloss black. The ideas for gauges and trim are endless!! Maybe cut some expensive wood to set behind the gauges or brushed metal that has been sprayed with clear or annodized. The cutouts have been left in place for Your vents. They can be added behind the dash with epoxy for still functioning side vents. Also, if You choose, You can trim the defroster vent areas. If not, some screen can be glued into place.

Price will be $350.00. I have them available now.
85 720--74 pl 620--94 D 21-- 64 L 320 [co-owner]--74 sundance 16 jet boat [L 20 powered]
Member- *Japanese trucking association*
*Southwest Datsun pickups*
http://www.southwestdatsunpickups.com/
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#2 Z-train

Z-train
  • Location:Tucson
  • Cars:72 240Z, 1977 810 Wagon & a 620

Posted 15 May 2008 - 08:56 AM

Does the spoiler replace the front valance or mount to it?
Dear God,
We'll give you Justin Beiber,if you'll give us Dio back.

#3 Pacific coast Datsun

Pacific coast Datsun
  • Location:Arizona via San diego CA
  • Cars:76 Conqueror "Datsun powered" jet boat -73 PL 620 - 74 PL 620 - 94 D-21

Posted 15 May 2008 - 09:13 AM

Either style bolts OVER the existing lower valance.
85 720--74 pl 620--94 D 21-- 64 L 320 [co-owner]--74 sundance 16 jet boat [L 20 powered]
Member- *Japanese trucking association*
*Southwest Datsun pickups*
http://www.southwestdatsunpickups.com/
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#4 Z-train

Z-train
  • Location:Tucson
  • Cars:72 240Z, 1977 810 Wagon & a 620

Posted 15 May 2008 - 09:46 AM

Nuts.I was hoping for a replacement as most valances are beat to shit.
Dear God,
We'll give you Justin Beiber,if you'll give us Dio back.

#5 ]2eDeYe

]2eDeYe
  • Location:Marysville, WA
  • Cars:78 620 KC, 77 620 KC, 72 CJ5, 04 G35 coupe mmmm

Posted 15 May 2008 - 10:14 AM

Good way to hide the dents :lol:

I'll get this stuck :D

Smokin' Joe's House of Datto's

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620 KA24 Motor Mount Swap Brackets

1977 620 KingCab Deluxe KA24DE Swap - Refresh and cleanup
1978 620 kingcab 4x4 - KA24E SAS w/Dana 44 front and Toyota rear

1967 RL411 Station Wagon

 

Whenever I think that I'm out of my mind for putting this much time and money into an old Datsun, all I have to do is look some of your threads to know that I'm not nearly as whack as you are.

You're going to skin a few knuckles, stand up too fast and bump your head, hunt around the floor for the nuts and bolts you dropped, invent a few new cuss words and when you're finished you'll say "That wasn't so hard after all!"


#6 Pacific coast Datsun

Pacific coast Datsun
  • Location:Arizona via San diego CA
  • Cars:76 Conqueror "Datsun powered" jet boat -73 PL 620 - 74 PL 620 - 94 D-21

Posted 15 May 2008 - 11:22 AM

TY Steve. This needs to be on top :D Z-train if you can hammer & dolly your valance back into ok shape the spoiler will hide alot.
85 720--74 pl 620--94 D 21-- 64 L 320 [co-owner]--74 sundance 16 jet boat [L 20 powered]
Member- *Japanese trucking association*
*Southwest Datsun pickups*
http://www.southwestdatsunpickups.com/
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#7 Z-train

Z-train
  • Location:Tucson
  • Cars:72 240Z, 1977 810 Wagon & a 620

Posted 15 May 2008 - 03:31 PM

TY Steve. This needs to be on top :D Z-train if you can hammer & dolly your valance back into ok shape the spoiler will hide alot.



That's not an issue.I was just hoping to have a bolt on piece.:(
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We'll give you Justin Beiber,if you'll give us Dio back.

#8 Guest_DatsuNoob_*

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Posted 19 May 2008 - 10:19 AM

Prices?

#9 Pacific coast Datsun

Pacific coast Datsun
  • Location:Arizona via San diego CA
  • Cars:76 Conqueror "Datsun powered" jet boat -73 PL 620 - 74 PL 620 - 94 D-21

Posted 27 May 2008 - 06:16 AM

Ok guys & gals heres the price sheet & a few more product pics as promised. Once again email Steroid at [email=""]steroid620@yahoo.com[/email] if interested..thanks !
PRICES....

DA 306 L & R Fontana rear fender flares $125.00
DA 406 L & R Fontana front fender flares $115.00 All 4 $225.00

DA 307 L & R Mudflap rear fender flares $135.00
DA 308 L & R Mudflap front fender flares $125.00 All 4 $240.00
DA 325 5 piece wrapkit front spoiler $125.00 All 5 piece wrapkit $350.00

DA 324 "Steroid" front spoiler (BRE style) $135.00

DA 322 front airdam $130.00

DA 310 windshield sunvisor $115.00

DA 350 metal louvered rear pan/taillight filler $60.00

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85 720--74 pl 620--94 D 21-- 64 L 320 [co-owner]--74 sundance 16 jet boat [L 20 powered]
Member- *Japanese trucking association*
*Southwest Datsun pickups*
http://www.southwestdatsunpickups.com/
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#10 rat tail dragger

rat tail dragger
  • Location:washington state
  • Cars:76 620,82 toy truk,01 cr 125,racing lawnmower,90 caddy,52 vw

Posted 09 July 2008 - 09:44 PM

is the louvered rear pan chrome let me no im intersted :cool:

#11 Steroid

Steroid
  • Location:Bullhead City, Arizona
  • Cars:Ten 620 pickups, 1940 Ford sedan, 2 Harleys, 3 boats and a few other NOISY things!

Posted 10 July 2008 - 10:40 AM

Hi again,

I offer the louvered as well as plain taillight filler plates. As high $$$$ as it is and the chrome shop is 90 miles away up in Las Vegas, I only sell primered metal pieces. You will have to chrome them, or paint them Yourself. I purchased the panels from an Anaheim sheetmetal factory. Chrome is now going up in price and I don't think You guys would pay what My shop is charging. The photos are to show what they CAN look like. Here is a photo of an unprimered plain taillight filler panel as it arrived from the factory:

 

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Prices as of todays date (April 15, 2013) are $50.00 for the plain panels and $60.00 for louvered. I can be reached and Paypal payments made at:

 

steroid620@yahoo.com

 

Thanks, Mike 


Mike

#12 Bugeye

Bugeye
  • Location:Stockton, Ca
  • Cars:72 PL-521 (The Project Truck), 1990 Mitsubishi Galant GSX, 1962 Ford F100 Unibody

Posted 27 July 2008 - 10:58 AM

since I am completely stupid when it comes to this stuff, how would I attach the flares to the body?
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#13 Steroid

Steroid
  • Location:Bullhead City, Arizona
  • Cars:Ten 620 pickups, 1940 Ford sedan, 2 Harleys, 3 boats and a few other NOISY things!

Posted 27 July 2008 - 12:51 PM

The fender flares bolt on directly to the fenders. There is an area that matches the bodylines where holes can be drilled to attach. You just match them carefully up, drill the boles and bolt on with small bolts, lockwashers and nuts. Same with the spoiler and airdam.
Mike

#14 Nismo1970

Nismo1970
  • Location:RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA
  • Cars:1970 DATSUN 521, 1997 D21

Posted 30 August 2008 - 12:42 PM

I know this is kind of a dumb question, seen as it says 620, but would any of these parts fit a 1970 521? Your spoiler is less expensive than the ones on ebay, also interested in the flares. thanks.

#15 84TAVeRT

84TAVeRT
  • Location:Tulsa, Oklahoma
  • Cars:68 L521, 73 Datsun 620, 04 Tracker, 84 TransAm, 83 nighthawk, 00 xr70r, 00 Triumph 955i

Posted 30 August 2008 - 03:06 PM

have you ever thought of doing fenders and hoods... and maybe a fiberglass replacement front valance :)

your stuff looks awesome... i was going to buy a front spoiler for my 620... but i am not putting more money into it... till after my 521 is done...

could you do a bre style spoiler for 521... that would be awesome...

later,
Chris

#16 ariascarlos1990

ariascarlos1990
  • Location:Portland, Or
  • Cars:'78 620, '71 Goon, '02 WR426 Supermoto, ' 05 Ford super duty,

Posted 11 September 2008 - 12:07 AM

I want to get one of those air dam's but im not sure what one.... I think i need to see them both (front air dam and BRE front spoiler) on a truck, so i can compare.

#17 Pacific coast Datsun

Pacific coast Datsun
  • Location:Arizona via San diego CA
  • Cars:76 Conqueror "Datsun powered" jet boat -73 PL 620 - 74 PL 620 - 94 D-21

Posted 11 September 2008 - 12:18 AM

Heres 1 style..........
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& the other.......my truck [far left]

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Both good quality parts that hold up well.

85 720--74 pl 620--94 D 21-- 64 L 320 [co-owner]--74 sundance 16 jet boat [L 20 powered]
Member- *Japanese trucking association*
*Southwest Datsun pickups*
http://www.southwestdatsunpickups.com/
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#18 ariascarlos1990

ariascarlos1990
  • Location:Portland, Or
  • Cars:'78 620, '71 Goon, '02 WR426 Supermoto, ' 05 Ford super duty,

Posted 11 September 2008 - 12:27 AM

Yes the one on the far left! for sure.

so where can i pay?

#19 Pacific coast Datsun

Pacific coast Datsun
  • Location:Arizona via San diego CA
  • Cars:76 Conqueror "Datsun powered" jet boat -73 PL 620 - 74 PL 620 - 94 D-21

Posted 11 September 2008 - 01:50 AM

Email Steroid [mike] & let him know what you want..........
steroid620@yahoo.com

85 720--74 pl 620--94 D 21-- 64 L 320 [co-owner]--74 sundance 16 jet boat [L 20 powered]
Member- *Japanese trucking association*
*Southwest Datsun pickups*
http://www.southwestdatsunpickups.com/
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#20 ariascarlos1990

ariascarlos1990
  • Location:Portland, Or
  • Cars:'78 620, '71 Goon, '02 WR426 Supermoto, ' 05 Ford super duty,

Posted 11 September 2008 - 06:56 AM

aight.

thanks