It looks really clean, almost factory-fresh.Great photos!
Looks like someone has went and splashed out on a new camera!
Shiny chrome bumpers, cheerful tape stripes, and those flip out quarter windows that always seemed to admit more noise than fresh air but were still better than nothing. All the neat little features we're not allowed to have on our cars anymore no matter how much we spend.Not saying these cars were perfect, but these's more personality in this old Datsun than a whole showroom full of 2015 models
Buddy in HS drove one of these, pumpkin orange. Fun little ride.
Here in North Datsun 210 was a very common daily driver for a lot of people in 80s: Cheap to drive, cheap to buy and does the job.But I have say I haven't seen as rustfree one as this is since 80s and these have practically vanished for good: Not a single one even in old car meets or museums. I think no-one has bothered to store or restore one. Which is a shame: Common cars from any era should be stored/restored for later generations to see live, on street.
Nice survivor, love the paint job and stripes, but the Walmart/Pep Boys hubcaps are horrible and need to go.
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