1992 Primera 4x4 HB 1/256

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  • A year ago after 5 years of dialogue with the owner we've bought it — 1/256 produced Nissan Primera 4x4 HB.


    September 1992, SR20Di, SLX, TH1 and blue interior. Condition is poor and engine is broken, but we should to bring it to life.


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  • I hope its not a deadtrap...

    I am looking forward to updates. That will be very interesting. ;)



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  • wow dude what an amazing project!!!


    If u have troubles finding blue interior parts, maybe I can help, give me a shout.


    Are the tweeters in the front door cards genuine? I know the early specs had optional tweeters fitted over there, they are rarer than hens teeth.

  • I hope its not a deadtrap...

    I am looking forward to updates. That will be very interesting. ;)


    For a whole year we collected parts from all over Europe, UK and Asia, a few weeks bodywork was started.

    4x4 HB in Blue TH1 - Thats a good mix. If the rust at the underground isn´so far i think you can handle the project. I wish you good luck

    There are rust and holes, unfortunately, but we have no right to abandon this car.

    wow dude what an amazing project!!!


    If u have troubles finding blue interior parts, maybe I can help, give me a shout.


    Are the tweeters in the front door cards genuine? I know the early specs had optional tweeters fitted over there, they are rarer than hens teeth.

    Hello, mate! Thank you for attention. Here in Belarus we steel have used details for blue interiors, but it's important to find everything in good condition. That holes «for tweeters» are not genuine of course, one of former owners had dreamed to built shity music installation. How can I commicate with you directly, not about parts, but about P10 history generally?

  • Seems that everything is pretty bad, but we know for sure, that there are only two such cars in Belarus and Russia together, second is 1991 LH1 SLX with SR20Di.

    You do not have what to choose, we are happy that we generally found it.


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  • the car needs TLC indeed, but I think it is an excellent project.


    bad thing is the awd weights a lot, and eats a lot of whp too, so over the road must have the performance more or less like a FWD GA16


    Shoud be and excellent base for a det

  • this early specs in blue interior are 110% lovely because the hatchbacks also have blue trunk panels and carpets, when the saloons have them in a more common grey. Also the early specs finish, like the rear foldable bench carpets, is better than the in Ph. II and III


    Tbh Ive never seen a awd p10 in the flesh and i cannot stop watching your pics, never seen a p10 with that withe tank beside the driver side strut...hidraulic clutch?


    Thanks for sharing with us your new project and my best wishes

  • Thank you for your interest and support!


    Interior of 4x4 is very similar to 2WD, for example, the rear sofa of 4x4 doesn't fold.

    I also have blue seats from 2WD Japanese car HP10 2.0Te and planning to combine it with OEM blue interior.


    And yes, this little tank from left side is for clutch, all 4x4 have hydraulic clutch.


    There are some fresh pics of the naked body, so you can see differences from 2WD and real condition.











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  • schwen ... this car has air tunels to the rear .so it must have the plastic cover under the glove case ... or box or what ever it s named .... that you have searched for


    gtcranky nice very nice project hope you get it done and thanks for the pictures here grear to see how the 4x4 look under the trim

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  • dude, as far as I know the rear air tunnels are independent to the under

    glove box trim. At least in Spain, almost every slx/se/egt has rear air tunnels but no under glove box trim.


    The trim is only a northern euro thing, fitted in al the range, even LX and dont know the function...I think it might silent the heater, probably always working in a cold.climate as norwegian or so.


    About the 4x4, the front seat sliders shoul be different than the Fwd ones. Very interested if this hatchback has a black plastic tray inside the boot, under the carpet. Dont know the sense of that tray, always saw that in every saloon awd and there is one too on the only AWD RHD Hatchback eGT that is still alive, owned by Jimmy, a well reputated npoc member

  • Wow, this will be a very impressive project! :)

    Thank you! I will add photos regularly.

    schwen ... this car has air tunels to the rear .so it must have the plastic cover under the glove case ... or box or what ever it s named .... that you have searched for


    gtcranky nice very nice project hope you get it done and thanks for the pictures here grear to see how the 4x4 look under the trim

    Rear ducts arn't so rare. Car was produced for EUC (Central Europe), so it hasn't under glovebox cover.

    Yes, I understand it, thank you. Sliders will be replaced from 4x4's seats. I would prefer the original SLX seats, but cloth is damaged in some places.


    Seats from Japanese car are in perfect condition. There is a photo of these seats:


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    Unfortunately, trunk tray is lost somewhere before, but I'm looking forward to find it in Japan.


    I know Jimmy and his absolutely unique car, we communicate in Facebook from time to time.

    About the 4x4, the front seat sliders shoul be different than the Fwd ones - This is similar to the N13 Series

    We will try to replace it qualitatively and accurately.

  • wow!


    Seems that everything is going to be sorted soon, I knew this awd arrived to a good home since the begining.


    Appreciate a lot your pics and how you share this treasure with all us.

  • One question dude, as you know Nissan never sold AWD P10 here in Spain and I haven´t seen one in the flesh never in my life. I´m watching your pics and I spy this:



    The floor panels are way different from the FWD P10, I guess the exhaust must be out of the tunnel since it is now full of the attesa stuff. What I spy is that the rear passengers, specially the right one should have very little room for the feet...watching were the front seat is bolted on...even the room seems smaller in the front passenger area.


    What can u guys who know the AWD specs say about this?