No headlight washers, no carb fan, no emissions equipment, no tailgate, vinyl interior, cheap wheels. That model in its day was referred to as the "poverty pack". It was the cheapest stripped down 60 you could buy outside the USA. I doubt it even came with a radio.
Interesting as a museum piece... to marvel at the perfect steel & paint and simplicity of the thing. It was the model new buyers tried to avoid if they could afford the G or GX fancier models.
Interesting that it has EGR, but it looks like the engine isn't fully stock. It's been molested. There's some VCVs just dangling and the FCS wire looks like it has been disconnected and is just dangling on the head.
I doubt the engine runs (very well). It has only 3100 miles on it over 34 years. That's about as abusive as you can be to an engine. Guaranteed the cylinder bores are rusted - gas tank has got to be a mess inside too.