*Very Original and unmoested
*2.0L inline 4 cylinder
*5 speed manual transmission
*Factory AM/FM stereo
*Power front disc brakes
As the Japanese sports car market continues to increase in
collectability, the rare and well maintained vehicles are becoming
more difficult to find. This seldom seen 1977 Datsun 200SX is one
of those rare finds. This generation of 200SX may not have the
performance of its "Z" car counterpart, but the fastback styling
and sleek body lines gives it a very sporty look. This very well
maintained and original example is showing just under 40000 miles,
and even though we do not have the documents to support the
odometer, the condition surely does. Powered by the L20 overhead
cam 2.0 liter 4 cylinder and backed by the optional and rare 5
speed manual transmission. This 200SX runs and drives just as it
should. This Datsun has been repainted in its original color of
pearl white and shows very nice. There are a couple very minor
paint bubbles at the rockers. The exterior trim and chrome is also
in very good condition, and shows very minor wear or aging. The
factory original green cloth interior is also in above average and
very good condition, showing very minor wear. Nicely optioned with
power front disc brakes, factory AM/FM stereo, factory air
conditioning, rear defrost, and factory in dash tachometer. If you
are in the market for a rare collectible, and want to be the only
one at the show, look no farther.
1977 Datsun 200SX
Exterior Color:Polar White
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