1970 Datsun 2000 Roadster from North America
Great Fun To Drive!
Silver paint was a bad choice, it did not hold up. It faded.
This was the best handling car I've ever had.
It was great on fuel.
The bucket seats were very comfortable, even on long trips.
The rear window did need repairs after 3 years.
Yes! I would buy one today if they were still being made.
I taught my wife how to drive a stick on this car, and she had a great time driving it too!
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 3rd March, 2009
9th Jan 2005, 00:24
My first boyfriend had a 1966 Roadster. I think it was a 1600. He rebuilt the entire car and let me drive it around when I was 16. Boy was it fun!! Had some spunk for a little car too. I wouldn't have wanted to get in a wreck in it, but it ran so well and sounded like a hot rod even with that four cylinder. It was a manual and I would love to own one now. I never see them on the roads anymore, but with all of the people in such a hurry nowadays, I don't blame roadster owners for just leaving them in the garage. What a cool and beautiful little convertible!