1968_Nissan_R381

1968 Nissan R381 - Winner of 1968 Japan GP: After the 4th tournament (1967), the year was included in the Japan GP title. Nissan produced the R381, equipped with a Chevrolet 5.5-liter V8 engine, for the 1968 Japan GP. Its unique "aero stabilizers" - the left and right portions of the wing moving independently - earned it the nickname "Monster Bird". This commemorative car is the victorious No. 20, driven by H. Kitano.
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NISMO Festival 2014 was a roaring success with 35,000 fans at Fuji Speedway

NISMO Festival 2014 was a roaring success with 35,000 fans at Fuji Speedway

NISMO Festival 2014 was a roaring success with 35,000 fans at Fuji Speedway

NISMO Festival 2014 was a roaring success with 35,000 fans at Fuji Speedway

NISMO Festival 2014 was a roaring success with 35,000 fans at Fuji Speedway

NISMO Festival 2014 was a roaring success with 35,000 fans at Fuji Speedway

Nissan Legend Yutaka Katayama

Nissan Legend Yutaka Katayama

Nissan Legend Yutaka Katayama

Nissan Legend Yutaka Katayama

1969 Fairlady Z 432

1969 Fairlady Z 432

1971 Fairlady 240Z

1971 Fairlady 240Z

1972 Datsun 240Z

1972 Datsun 240Z

1972 Fairlady 240Z-G

1972 Fairlady 240Z-G

1973 Datsun 240Z

1973 Datsun 240Z

1973 Fairlady 240Z

1973 Fairlady 240Z

1977 Fairlady Z-L

1977 Fairlady Z-L

1977 Fairlady Z-T

1977 Fairlady Z-T

1978 Fairlady 280Z-L

1978 Fairlady 280Z-L

1981 Fairlady 280Z-T

1981 Fairlady 280Z-T

1983 Fairlady Z 300ZX

1983 Fairlady Z 300ZX

1985 Fairlady 200ZG

1985 Fairlady 200ZG

1989 Fairlady Z 300ZX

1989 Fairlady Z 300ZX

1992 Fairlady Z Convertible

1992 Fairlady Z Convertible

1992 Nissan 300ZX Twin-turbo 2-Seater T-Bar Roof

1992 Nissan 300ZX Twin-turbo 2-Seater T-Bar Roof

1998 Fairlady Z 300ZX

1998 Fairlady Z 300ZX

Tama Electric Vehicles (1947)

Tama Electric Vehicles (1947)

The Tama electric car replaceable battery

The Tama electric car replaceable battery

1985 Nissan EV Guide-II

1985 Nissan EV Guide-II