@pip-bip this car raises a lot of flags for a Datsun enthusiast. Zero chassis photos, vin doesn’t match model year, zero interior photos, lots of body customization, I can go on but unless they get more photos that’s a $5,000 car or less.
@pip-bip oooh. anniversary, non-turbo AU-deliverd and with original stereo. oh hnnnnng digi dash!! god that's cool. 12k is a bargain, i do expect they'll one day be worth more than that. though they'll never climb to the heights of the 90s cars.
i prefer the two-tone on the earlier cars, the anniversary two-tone is a bit milder. still cool.
ps. fuck those wheels. wonder how much someone paid for that "mod"
@thomas-donohue Well, there was a spot in the middle - the base MSRP of the 370 in it's last days was $30K Canadian (so about $25K U.S.) and it had 332h.p.
In 2018 when I was shopping we tried a lot of competing cars and the final choice came down to WRX, BR-Z and 370Z (the Toyota 86 was out because at similar trim levels the 86 was nearly $3K more than the BR-Z). The WRX was dropped because we wanted to go the impractical route this time around. Besides, only having two (or two plus kinda two) gave us an easy excuse when it comes to some rather demanding in-laws. "Ohhh, we would love to help you with that but we can't carry thatmany people/that much stuff etc." The BR-Z had what I felt was the right amount of power for me. I could actually see flooring it and redlining it more than once per Blue Moon but A: the Subaru dealer near us is a bit dodgy, B: the close by Nissan/Honda dealer was a well known quantity for us with reasonably priced, competent service and no B.S. when it came to sales and C : due to my wife having some knee and hip problems (and having broken her foot earlier that year) a manual transmission would have been painful for her in stop and go traffic. The 370 felt far more suited to being equipped with an auto whereas putting one in a BR-Z felt plain wrong. The Z also felt more suited to freeway cruising and we have to do quite a bit of that. Hit the 75,000KM mark on our 2018 Z last week and it's holding up splendidly.
Had the standard cab version of this truck in college, only 2-3 years older and carburetted. It ran like a top, started when it was -30F out (the reason I bought it, actually; I was car shopping in bitter cold weather in Duluth, MN) and got me through a really awful period in my life without skipping a beat. I only sold it because of the bad memories tied up in it; the truck itself was amazing. Beat to shit, but still amazing.
This one, with fuel injection and the King Cab... I'd never need anything else. I'd almost give up my Chevy for one of these, or an early D21 with the same spec. Almost.