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2 door saloon
Light Metallic Blue
Back in the 1970s these little cars could be seen in quite a few drive ways up and down the country, not necessarily for the elegant styling or their performance. The Japanese had delivered an extremely cheap car that probably helped with the demise of the British Car Industry.
It was reliable, spacious and compared to it’s competition, was loaded with lots of equipment as standard.
Many of these cars ended up as scrap metal due to the poor metal quality being used in the construction, typical of the 70s and consequently not many have made it into the next century.
This example is possibly cleaner than when it first came off the production line at Zama, Kanagawa. A quirky car with typical Japanese refinements and oddities. Everything about this car will not disappoint. Everywhere you look you’ll be saying to yourself, “I can’t believe it’s that clean”, we were doing the same for almost a week after we added it to our collection.
This is one of those vehicles that genuinely makes you smile. It’s oozing with character and can only appreciate in value as others drop by the wayside.
The history is impressive with lots of receipts and invoices supporting it’s heritage.
The vehicle is available to be viewed in Kent by appointment.
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