Datsun / Nissan 1967

     
Bluebird 510 – Tokyo (October)  

Japan

The Nissan Motor Company was created in 1933 to produce the Datsun compact car in large series under a license of the Austin Seven. Last year they took over the Prince brand (export mark: PMC Mikado) so now they has two equally modern two-liter six-cylinder models.
The top product is the Nissan Royal, originally developed by Prince, intended for the Japanese imperial family.
The new Bluebird 510 features unique exterior design without triangle windows as well as a new independent 4-wheel suspension.
 

1000

wb: 2280 mm 4 cyl.
988 cm³
62 hp (SAE)
       
Sedan 2-dr          
Sedan 4-dr          
Van 3-dr          

 


Australian advert.
 

 

           
           

 


411 Sedan

411 Station Wagon
 

Cedric 2000

wb: 2690 mm 4 cyl.
2000 cm³
99 hp (SAE)
     
Sedan        
Statuin Wagon        

 

 

           
           

 

President

    6 cyl.
3000 cc
130 hp (SAE)
     
           

 

 
 

 

           
           

 


Nissan Fairlady 2000  

Datsun 2000 roadster
 

 

           
           

 

 

Pick-up

           
           

 

 

           
           

 


Datsun Bluebird 510