A little too candy apple red for me and would like to see round driving lights instead of square. But still liking the overall appearance with hubcaps and bright work. Lose the modern radio. Owner was kind enough to quote some price books so you can tell if you’re getting a good deal.
On eBay in Scottsdale, Arizona for Buy it Now of $13,500.
“These extremely hard to find Datsun Roadster in this condition do not come around often. We have most of the restoration completed with only a few items left finish. We have the documentation from the previous owner which includes engine rebuild, ignition switch, starter solenoid, oil pressure sender, fuel line, break light switch, heater service, We have also continued with a complete tune up including spark plugs, spark plug wires, distributor cap, points and condenser, as well as the interior with new carpet, new kick panel skins, new cover for back lid behind the seats, new upholstery, added seat belts, as for the exterior we have wet sanded the paint, painted the trunk and added carpet as well, and painted the inside of the hood and engine bay. HAGERTY quotes for the Datsun 1600, “Average Condition” is $12,459, and the NADA quotes for “Average Condition” is $11,150 and this car is above average. Both Companies show there’s a Strong Annual increase of value for the Early Roadster’s because of the Rarity of the Vehicle and the Increase of Popularity. Between 1965 and 1967 only 10,400 Roadster’s were Produced.”