The Datsun 320 series of pickups were built from 1961 through 1965 and include two variations, the L320 and the NL320. Powered by a 60-hp E1 engine, with 1,189-cc of displacement, the Datsun 320 pickup was capable of a half-ton payload.
The Datsun 320 pickup trucks retained their A-arm torsion bar front suspension, and leaf spring rear suspension. Rear end ratio was a low 4.875:1. This low gearing, coupled with a four-speed manual transmission, kept comfortable cruising speeds at or around 60-mph. Fender emblems on the 320 showed "Datsun 1200" in a horizontal type script and round "60 HP" emblems below, on each fender. A round "Datsun" emblem was present on the nose of the hood.
All Datsun 320 pickups came equipped with a four-speed manual transmission, and the majority had the shifter on the column. This example features a floor-shifter. The 1964 320 had a wider pressed steel grille that extends across under the headlights and encloses the front turn signals. The turn signals are a rectangular shape with one corner rounded off. The rear end features bumperettes below the tailgate.
Looking as if it has been very nicely restored, this Datsun has a very clean and well-presented engine bay and interior. The pickup has an AM radio, bed liner material, color-keyed steel wheels, hubcaps and whitewall tires.