This could be the coolest thing we’ve seen on ebay in months. Three-wheelers were the workhorses of choice in 1950s Japan and the Mazda T2000 was king of the road. You aren’t gonna be popular with the ladies in this behemoth – in fact, if there was such a thing as chick repellent a 50-year old mutant tricycle with a nice sheen of rust would surely qualify – but it is so unbelievably rare it makes hakosukas look like Camrys.
Unaccountably, it’s turned up in Guthrie, Oklahoma. Although the BuyItNow pricing of $2500 is not exactly kidney theft territory, the amount of green you’ll be shoveling towards this thing to restore it surely is. Parts will be non-exsistent unless you have some kind Rolodex of phone numbers to slightly crazy 93-year-old farmers in the remotest parts of Japan. Even then, you’ll probably be better off fabricating whatever you need from scratch. But for some nutty Mazdafarian out there, this will be the find of the century. We’ll bet both our kidneys that you’ll be the only one at JCCS with one. Good luck with all that.
Thanks to RX-2Fan for unearthing this fossil.