If you're seeking a quirky car to drive to the beach in style this summer, look no further than this 1977 Datsun F10 wagon. It's a true survivor that's lived its whole life in southern California, and now, . You should buy it.
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It's not often you see an economy car from the '70s in such stellar condition. Most were used every day, and driven into the ground. This one is totally free of rust and major body damage. Even the seats look to be in great condition. The original 1.4-liter inline-four engine reportedly starts and runs as it should, sending power to the front wheels via a four speed manual transmission. All of the gauges and other electronics are in proper working order too, which is a . The roof rack is included, but sadly, the seller doesn't mention if the same is true about the surfboard or skateboard.
The F10, known as the Nissan Cherry overseas, was one of the first front-wheel drive cars sold by Nissan in the US. You could get it in coupe, sedan, or wagon form. Nowadays, they're near-impossible to find in any condition, much less one with as few problems as this one. It's with a Buy It Now price of $9000, or best offer. Considering how rare and well-preserved it is, we'd say that's a fair number.