1984 Nissan Bluebird Wagon
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1984 Nissan Bluebird Wagon
- JDM RHD
- 32k Original Miles (52k Kilometers)
- Red over Gray Interior
- 1.8L 4-Cylinder
- 4 Speed Manual Gearbox
- Enkei Wheels
- All Original Components Included
- Super Rare and Very Clean Example
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“… (a) Nissan Bluebird Wagon is a seriously cool find.” -CarBuzz website, May 2020
The CarBuzz writers went on to give a bit of Bluebird history: “The Bluebird nameplate actually dates back decades to a time when Nissan was still called Datsun. In fact, the Bluebird is the Japanese automaker's most internationally recognized vehicle, though it's far more known as being a sedan. There were, however, some wagon body styles launched over the years. Some even made it to the US. The Bluebird nameplate has since been retired and models like the Nissan Maxima its place. Of course, there is no wagon version of the Maxima and there never will be.”
Offered here is a beautiful red-over-gray-and-light-tan example of this incredibly rare model, a Japanese Domestic Market (JDM) right-hand drive station wagon in exceptional, very well-maintained condition. The car's odometer shows 32,343 miles (52k kilometers) in all, or a remarkable 875 miles per-year on average.
The car's original red exterior paint shows nearly showroom-like condition: a beautiful gloss and even finish across the entire 4-door wagon. Body-panel fit and tolerances are exemplary owing to the Japanese manufacturing disciplines of the day. Bumper, grille, and body trim in black perfectly complement the European-derived body styling. Aftermarket Enkei® turbo-style wheels were an outstanding upgrade choice. Japanese-market-required front-fender-mounted mirrors add to the car's distinctiveness. Cabin glass is tinted throughout; lighting lenses are clear and un-cracked. All factory-mounted data tags are in place.
Inside the gray-and-tan interior displays outstanding owner care through the years. Vinyl seat upholstery and matching padded trim on all four doors is un-damaged with no rips or tears; indeed, wear indications are virtually non-existent. The fabric headliner and carpeting—including the full cargo-area carpeting—are clean, original, and properly installed. The dashboard is also original with an added Japanese-market Clarion® audio unit; the surfaces on the dashboard and stock “Bluebird”-branded, right-hand-mounted steering wheel are in like-new condition overall. The car's four-speed manual-transmission shifter is console-mounted. Original owner's literature—in Japanese, of course—accompanies the car.
Under the hood, the 1.8-liter inline 4-cylinder Nissan powerplant is transverse-mounted. The engine bay is complete and tidy, but thankfully has not been over-detailed so as to maintain originality. In similar fashion, when viewed from below, the wagon's chassis is complete and well-ordered.
While the more than 150 high-definition photographs and the short walk-around-and-startup video available on the GarageKeptMotors website showcase this Bluebird wagon in detail from every angle, including from below, we expect and encourage in-person inspections at our Grand Rapids, Michigan showroom. Please call to arrange an appointment in advance as our showroom is not open to the public. And feel free to get in touch anytime by phone or email if you have questions.
CarBuzz accurately noted: “…wagon fans are always on the lookout for an old school special.” This extremely rare and beautifully maintained Bluebird meets and exceeds that "special" standard in every way. So much so that it could end up gracing some current Nissan dealer's showroom. Still, with any luck at all, this Bluebird will find its way into an enthusiast's garage and out on the road, perhaps on its way to a cars-and-coffee gathering to wow the audience.