Datsun B210 Honey Bee
2nd Owner, One Family, Grandfather garaged for all of his ownership.
58,000 original miles
Mechanically sound, runs and drives
Minor cosmetic interior/exterior flaws
Very RARE Model!
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Honey Bee Specifications
The Datsun B210 Honey Bee (in North America) which was also released as the Datsun SSS (Australia & New Zealand) was one of the most rare Nissan Sunny B-Series automobiles. Very limited production has made these cars collectible for Datsun enthusiasts; despite being very similar to standard Datsun B210s. There only differences being the following.
A completely vinyl interior with no carpet
Ultra rare dog-dish hubcap
Available only in Four (4) Speed Manual Transmission
Side Stripe with Honey Bee printed near rear wheel
Bee decal behind front rear wheel
Only two (2) door sedan body styles were made in the limited edition Honey Bee trim. Honey Bee were available in light Yellow, Sunshine Yellow, White and Brown colors. Displayed below is a photo gallery of the Honey Bee.
Exported as the Datsun B-210 in North America, the third generation (1973--1978) Nissan Sunny was extremely popular because it debuted during the gas crisis of the 1970s. Believe it or not, this low-mileage Japanese import with its 4-speed manual transmission will get 35 -- 40 mpg according to the seller. During the 70's the B-210 continued to be the fuel-economy leader in North America with an EPA rating of 50 mpg for B-210s that had the 5-speed manual transmission and was one of the least expensive cars available of that period.
Sold only in North America, the "Datsun Honeybee" was a limited edition B-210 that featured minor aesthetic differences to the regular B-210. It was the least expensive offering in the 1976 B210 lineup, and the only special-edition model of the era that eliminated special features instead of adding them. Simplification had Datsun deleting the carpets and wheel covers, substituting blackwall tires, eliminating the reclining seats, removing the armrests, yanking off the moldings, and upon reaching North American shores, applying a sassy side stripe and a little bee on the fender.
The original service books and manuals are included, and the motor looks all stock.