Tag: Datsun

A 1976 Datsun 280Z With Just 350 Miles That Sat In A Barn For 44 Years Gets Its First Wash

The Datsun 280Z is a certified Japanese classic and expert detailer Larry Kosilla from Ammo NYC was recently tasked with restoring one stored in a barn since new to its former glory. This example has a rather interesting history. According to the current owner, the man who first purchased the 280Z drove it home from […]

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From The Fairlady To The Proto: Here’s How Nissan’s Z Cars Have Evolved Over The Years

The unveiling of the Z Proto last week, which previews the 400Z (name unconfirmed), coincides with the 50th anniversary of the Z sports car. As a result, Nissan is honoring the series with a unique display of models in Yokohama, from its heritage collection that includes seven generations of Z cars, starting with the one […]

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Official: Nissan Cutting Global Production And Lineup By 20%, Closing Barcelona And Indonesia Plants

Nissan today unveiled the long-awaited restructuring plan and, as expected, news is not good. The four-year plan outlines some radical decisions, such as the closing of the Barcelona plant in Spain from December 2020. Operational since 1983, the facility currently employs approximately 2,400 people, with another 600 workers in several related facilities. The plant builds commercial […]

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