1962_Fairlady_1500

1962 Fairlady 1500: The history of Japan?s modern motor sports began with the 1st Japan GP Race (1963, Suzuka) and this machine was the winner of the B-II race. The driver was G. Tahara, who later became Sports Car Club of Nissan Chairman. Although the car was based on the Datsun 310 chassis (first-generation Bluebird) with the Cedric?s engine, its fame spread as an authentic sports car.
    • 2400 x 1800
    • 1200 x 1200
Manufacturing - Smyrna Plant

Manufacturing - Smyrna Plant

Manufacturing - Smyrna Plant

Manufacturing - Smyrna Plant

Manufacturing - Smyrna Plant

Manufacturing - Smyrna Plant

Manufacturing - Smyrna Plant

Manufacturing - Smyrna Plant

Manufacturing - Smyrna Plant

Manufacturing - Smyrna Plant

Manufacturing - Smyrna Plant

Manufacturing - Smyrna Plant

Manufacturing - Nissan Mexicana

Manufacturing - Nissan Mexicana

Manufacturing - Nissan Mexicana

Manufacturing - Nissan Mexicana

Manufacturing - Nissan Mexicana

Manufacturing - Nissan Mexicana

Manufacturing - Nissan Mexicana

Manufacturing - Nissan Mexicana

Manufacturing - Nissan Mexicana

Manufacturing - Nissan Mexicana

Manufacturing - Nissan Mexicana

Manufacturing - Nissan Mexicana

Manufacturing - Nissan Mexicana

Manufacturing - Nissan Mexicana

Manufacturing - Nissan Mexicana

Manufacturing - Nissan Mexicana

Manufacturing - Nissan Mexicana

Manufacturing - Nissan Mexicana

Facilities - IREDI Design

Facilities - IREDI Design

Facilities - IREDI Design

Facilities - IREDI Design

Facilities - IREDI Design

Facilities - IREDI Design

Facilities - IREDI Design

Facilities - IREDI Design

Manufacturing - Nissan Mexicana

Manufacturing - Nissan Mexicana

Facilities - NREDI Design

Facilities - NREDI Design

Facilities - NREDI Design

Facilities - NREDI Design

Facilities - IREDI Design

Facilities - IREDI Design

Facilities - IREDI Design

Facilities - IREDI Design