Feel it or not, the 2nd-generation Nissan Maxima has a little something in widespread with this 1984 Bluebird wagon. Both of those share a entrance-wheel-push fundamental platform (codenamed U11), though the Bluebird was in no way bought in the US. Instead, it was a Japanese Domestic Product (JDM) only, but that is what will make it so insanely amazing. This illustration is at the moment up for auction on Automobiles and Bids and it is really virtually a time capsule with just 32,four hundred miles on its odometer. Its red exterior and grey interior are in good shape.

And certainly, JDM usually means it is really appropriate-hand push. We primarily like all those fender-mounted mirrors and even the vinyl-coated seats and hand-crank home windows deliver on additional appeal. Modifications are minimum, which is very good. They consist of seventeen-inch Enkei wheels, an aftermarket amp controller, some auxiliary switches, and tinted home windows.