Great little bus from California that made its way to Oregon.

Extremely well preserved, and dry bus apart from the little hole under the passenger battery tray, and some bubbling under the windows. The undercarriage is really nice, its one of the best examples I have seen.

The bus runs, and drives really nice. You can drive it 100 miles then pull off of the freeway and it will run the same. It won’t shut off on you, it doesn’t overheat or smoke.

The owner said he rebuilt the motor some 20k miles ago.

The steering is really tight, and the brakes are good as well.

There is a noise in the transmission when in lower gears and under acceleration which I believe is a bearing / adjustment. The passenger side has a clunk that may need a new lower arm bushing but I couldn’t see the problem from underneath. All seems solid and ok.

The bus is extremely original, and very functional.

Although the original seats were changed they put really comfortable RX7 seats with an inflatable padding for your lower back. Really nice on the long drive.

It has an electric RPM tech, second battery, and an after market radio which sounds really good.

There are some minimal records, and a manual, plus misc. parts like belts, fuel pump, spark plugs, oil… things to have when the bus broke down on the road.

I have the 5th wheel that bolts onto the front, but I took it off for the photos.

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Check out the new Westy!

I am selling a 1 owner, original 4×4 pinkslip black plate california car.

The car was owned by 1 person up until 1986, at which point it was bought by an older gentleman who has backyard full of mustangs that he restores in his spare time.

This car is in great shape!

The paint is nice, the gaps are perfect, and everything opens / shuts as it should. The car runs, and drives great. It has factory AC that blows ICE COLD! LITERALLY!

Even the original AM radio is still there, and properly functioning.

Zero rust, immaculate interior.

Great car! Straight as an arrow.

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1969 Datsun Fairly 1600CC.

Beautifully restored Fairlady with the original numbers matching 1600CC engine.

2 owner car, with lots of receipts and zero rust!

Looks, and drives fantastic. Engine has recently been overhauled and is a pleasure to drive.

Engine bay, door seams, panel fittings, paint and attention to detail is very high!

Convertible top is in good shape, and additionally the car comes with a tonneau cover.

Dash is solid without any cracks, and the original radio is still inside the car, although there is a secondary radio which is hidden inside of the glove box.

Service Manual, Spare, Original Jack, receipts, and a clean Oregon title to go with the car.

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