Offered in multiple body styles, the second-gen Nissan Patrol came with standard four-wheel drive and a straight-six engine up front, paired with a three- or four-speed manual transmission. This one, however, does not feature the original firepower anymore, as it comes with a 350 ci V8 engine mated to an automatic gearbox.
There is no word about the output and torque produced, but the vendor also mentions the Dana rear axle, lift kit, and a custom exhaust system. The massive BFGoodrich all-terrain tires were wrapped around a set of new wheels, and this classic off-roader also features steel bumpers at both ends, complete with a pair of tow hooks up front, and a padded roll rollbar.
The vehicle has 97,579 miles (157,938 km) on the clock and zero imperfections when it comes to the sheet metal, the ad claims. In fact, everything appears to be in great condition regardless of whether we are talking about the spartan cockpit, the classic exterior, the underbody, or the engine bay. Thus, it is a very clean proposal that sends off-road-y vibes. Not only that, but it is ready to venture into the unknown with a skilled driver behind the wheel.
To unleash it off the beaten path and then give it a wash before parking it in your garage, you will have to fork out $24,900 for this 1969 Nissan Patrol. The truck is for sale on Garage Kept Motors, and it will probably find a new home for itself in no time. Would you make it yours? And if not, how much would it have to cost to truly catch your eye?