Datsun 1200: One of the smaller Japanese based cars from the 1970’s appearing on the Aussie market. These were pretty popular I recall, and for good reason…they were great little cars. Good to see this example still getting around.
Datsun 120Y: With bubblegum styling, heater and radio, impressive fuel economy, the Datsun 120Y could do no wrong. Though not exactly a man’s car, the increasing number of women buyers made this an instant hit. Nissan laughed all the way to the bank when they made these.
Datsun 1600 GL: So blindingly bright, it nearly blew the sensor on my camera…but I couldn’t miss shooting this classic Datsun from the 1970’s.
Datsun 120Y: Datsun’s entry level small car from the mid 1970’s. Super economical and popular with younger lady drivers, the 120Y was hit. Sadly, not many are left on the road these days.
Datsun Stanza: One of the bread & butter cars of the 1970’s / early 80’s. Where have they all gone?
Datsun 200B Wagon: The 1970’s was many things to many people. But for Japanese car manufacturers, it was the decade of some serious automotive ass kicking. The Datsun 200B was the right car at the right time and made Nissan very happy, all the way to the bank.
1993 Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R: Very cool!
1992 Nissan Silvia S13: This is what an unmodified Nissan Silvia looks like.
1988 Nissan Skyline Ti R31: Top of the range Skyline, looking well used, but still going strong. Owner appears to be doing some touch up work to the front fender.
1992 Nissan Skyline GTS R32: Yup, it’s got a big exhaust.