Actually, for the extremely reasonable price of $1,500 this 1977 Datsun 710 Wagon may not require a vital organ at all. The green goon, lovingly named “Kermit” by its seller, appears to have been well cared for and sparingly operated. If our third-grade-level math skills haven’t failed us, it has a not-low-but-not-beater-status 72,000 miles on the clock and a full scrapbook of maintenance records. Most importantly, we’ve seen a small number of Datsun 610 and 810 Wagons, but when was the last time you saw a 710 in any body style?
Hat tip to Alex K.
“when was the last time you saw a 710 in any body style?”
There’s a very nice one chilling in my garage lol… :J
This one look fantastic as well. Very much worth a Kidney or two.
It always amazes me how inexpensive JNC’s seem to be compared to cars of equal rarity from other continents. That’s a beautiful example.
Kidney? In his ad, he said he would take a flat panel TV in trade. Wow.
I like this one …. http://community.ratsun.net/topic/34157-indys-ka710-wagoon/page__st__60
Nicer than my 76 710 goon, maybe I need two?
You can see my french 810 I owned from 2003 to 2010 on the following video at 4:14.
It was at ‘Pilat Historique Rally’, a navigation rally for old cars in the mountains near from Saint-Étienne, France, in 2006.
If I can come up with the money in time, I’ll buy this 710 this weekend!