Sunny Excellent Coupe

1973 Sunny Excellent Coupe: The second-generation Sunny, launched in January 1970, was significantly larger, with an overall length of 3,830mm (+30mm), an overall width of 1,495mm (+45mm), and a wheelbase of 2,300mm (+20mm). April of the following year saw the addition of the Excellent Series (Sedan/Coupe), high-grade models equipped with the L14 engine. H. Kitano?s No. 2 car won the 1973 Japan GP (TS race).
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    • 1200 x 1200
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