It's a Nissan Clipper. a re-badged version of the Mitsubishi Minicab.
660 cc three cylinder, producing 48 hp at 5,250 rpm and 62 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. Drive is exclusively channeled to the rear wheels through a five-speed manual transmission. It’s a strict two-seater and has a maximum allowable payload of 2,000 kg.
I really like this hull, I have spent a bit of time on a few short hulls, this one is by far the most stable. Low speed recovery is a little tough but I am coming off of a full length superjet for the past couple of years so I need to shake off the dust. Once I get a chinpad and limiting rope I will probably try a flip or two, but I got 360s right after starting it up for the first time in the water.
First pic is of the guy who was the owner of the home. WWII pilot, that was his plane.
Fell between the radiator and wall. The neighbor was born in 1940 and lived here his whole life. What a treasure trove of info he is! Found 5 bats around the perimeter of the house the last 2 days. So strange, like a haunting show or some shizz.