[Roadsters] 1970 Window winder bezel
escanlon at wa-net.com
Tue Sep 25 00:19:02 MDT 2007
Both Datsunparts.com and Fairladyparts.com (Page 150) carry those. They
call them Door Escutcheons.
Datsunparts.com (Part # 1300 4 Plastic pieces only $40 or #2100 including
I couldn't find pricing for Fairladyparts, but they're bound to be
----- Original Message -----
From: "peter harrison" <granvillecomputing at hotmail.com>
To: <datsun-roadsters at autox.team.net>
Sent: Monday, September 24, 2007 8:45 PM
Subject: [Roadsters] 1970 Window winder bezel
> I recall that my earlier roadster (when they were used cars( 30 years
> ago ))
> had a white plastic bezel between the window winder and the door insert. I
> recall this, because it was such a pain to compress everything to get it
> out, ot to mention putting it back in.
> a) can anyone confirm this
> b) does anyone have two in reasonable condition
> c) I have only ONE of the clips necesary to hold the winder on ( which
> 'splains why the OP used some form of unregognisable adhesive to glue(???)
> it in. Anyone have one>
> Eliza '70 SPL TOADSAN
>>From: "Fergus OFarrell" <fergus06 at socal.rr.com>
>>To: <datsun-roadsters at autox.team.net>
>>Subject: [Roadsters] blinker switch activates hi-beams, opinions?
>>Date: Sun, 23 Sep 2007 13:43:37 -0700
>>So, good friend Gary Wasserman sold me a used blinker switch for my 69
>>which finally solved all my blinker woes.
>>The first time I drove it to work at oh-dark-thirty, I realized that using
>>blinkers, both directions, also turned on the hi-beams. So, since you know
>>this car, for me, is a "driver", not a resto-to-stock quest, what would be
>>best course of action:
>>A) wire to a separate toggle switch attached to bottom of dash? (unthread
>>wires from the stalk and install a radio shack toggle switch
>>(temp-off-constant type). If I was to do this, what minimum amp rating
>>that switch have?
>>B) is it just contacts to clean or something simple to check?
>>I would be fine with only the instantaneous hi-beam switch side working,
>>don't have the occasion to drive with the high beams on for any amount of
>>Fergus O, 69 2000, HB, CA
>>granvillecomputing at hotmail.com
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