Nissan Cherry X1 (1973) - 1:43 Scale Diecast Model Car
The Nissan Cherry was among the first front-wheel-drive "superminis" to emerge from Japan at the dawn of the 1970s, and quickly became a popular favorite around the world. In 1973, Nissan released the Cherry X1, a higher-performance variant of the practical runabout that featured an 80-horsepower engine and a sporty profile, making it a sort of forerunner to the modern "hot hatch." Somewhat obscure in the U.S., Ebbro's 1:43-scale diecast model of the Cherry X1 serves as a whimsical introduction for American collectors. Finished in a beautiful dark green with contrasting mustard interior, the Ebbro Cherry X1 is loaded with delightful detail, from its JDM fender mirrors to its intricate rear fascia badging.
SPECIFICATIONS: 1:43 scale (approximately four inches in length). Diecast metal body, no opening parts. Fixed-position steering. Comes with acrylic dust cover and display base.
PERFECT FOR: Nissan historians. JDM enthusiasts. 1:43-scale collectors craving the unusual.