there was a factory oil cooler for the roadster that is what the 4
threaded holes in the front frame member are there to mount the cooler ...
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Thomas Walter" <email@example.com>
To: "road" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, August 24, 2001 8:46 PM
Subject: Oil Cooler on eBay ;-)
> On the competition oil cooler
> I got the following email:
> I've searched the official datsun parts book, and there was no factory
> competition oil cooler available from Datsun. Please tell me the part
> number so I can look it up, otherwise, you might be falsely advertising
> an item.
> My, tongue in cheek reply:
> [I'll bcc the sender, as I thought the original email was a joke... ]
> Boy, what a nice friendly email. Do you always accuse sellers of fraud?
> Do us both a favor, and don't bid if you haven't done your homework
> I am such a friendly SOB, that I just for fun tossed a few past
> competition catalogs out and snapped a photo. Oh, let me guess you don't
> trust digital photo's as they can be touched up. Hint, in the listing
> I pointed out the thermostat was non-original, doesn't that seem odd to
> point out that part was NOT original.
> Tom Walter
> Austin, TX
> P.S. Photo's of the comp catalogs are at:
> P.P.S. The original kit was part number 23100-25510, only difference
> is that the kit came with a sheet metal scoop (easily fabricated).
> The 15238-25510 is stamped on the oil filter/cooler line body. So
> it was a specific U20 item, just makes me wonder what the history
> of the part was?