1972 Datsun 510

Oklahoma is known for its red dirt, tornadoes, and maybe even some college sports.
The first thing that comes to mind defiantly isn’t a one of a kind 1972 Datsun 510.
But that’s what Jason Underwood and Bryan, his dad, decided to build.

The best thing out fixing up old cars seems to be taking something old and out of shape and
turning into something beautiful that you can be proud of.
Who wouldn’t love to drive this around around your city?
Once again, Lawton is showing us how it’s done and doing it oh so well.

Caged, swapped, and built to perform – this is just more than a repainted classic.
The Honda F20c motor and gauge cluster were used to power this beauty to give the car a more modernized twist.

Riding on Rota Grid-V’s in 15×8+0 wrapped in 195/50/15s, i seriously cant get enough of this car!
I wish i had more interior shots for you but it’s just something you’ll have to see for yourself.
Be on the lookout for this thing if you are ever riding around Lawton.

Props for doing something different and don’t see everyday.
I love the originality and creativeness that went into this build and can’t help but to be a little jealous of this gorgeous 510.

For the full write up and more pics check out Jason Underwood’s new website: http://www.stattic.net


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  1. Builds like these including father and son are always nice to experience.

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