The wagon looks nice. Is the body solid? How's the interior? What are your plans?
The body is completely solid. If there is filler, I can't find it. It is a true one original owner (kind of). The OG owner bought it new in '76 with 12 miles on it. He kept EVERY document, bill of sale, all service records up until last year. Garage kept and daily driven. Then it was parked. 5 Months ago I went to look at it but didn't have the funds to buy it and the owner said he would save it for me. He didn't. Sold it to a girl who drove it about 10 miles and parked it. She put in a new alternator and let it sit. She had to move out of state so she listed it on Craigslist. Feeling like it was the fish that got away, I had to buy it.
The interior is decent for its age. A few cracks in the dash, minor stitching rips in the seat, and dingy carpet. Other than a good detailing and a few seam repairs, it should be fine. Original radio, speakers, and A/C work.
The plan: (Already changed my mind in the past 4 hours.)
15x7.5 wheels in front, 15x8 in back, haven't decided which wheels yet. 3" leaf spring blocks on the back. Coilovers in the front.
The window tent will come off. Not sure if I will leave it off or black it out. I'll know once I get the old tent off.
As for the engine. Rebuilding the 20r and may do the 22r/20r hybrid, weber 32/36 or possibly side drafts, header, and a empi stinger tip on the exhaust pointed to the sky. (Stolen idea from Justin's Datsun 610 Wagon).
Everything else will stay original until it's needed to be updated.