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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Nissan Unveils New Rogue to be Built in Tennessee

Nissan Unveils New Rogue to be Built in Tennessee

Nissan Unveils New Rogue to be Built in Tennessee

Nissan Unveils New Rogue to be Built in Tennessee

Nissan Unveils New Rogue to be Built in Tennessee

Nissan Unveils New Rogue to be Built in Tennessee

Nissan Unveils New Rogue to be Built in Tennessee

Nissan Unveils New Rogue to be Built in Tennessee

Nissan Unveils New Rogue to be Built in Tennessee

Nissan Unveils New Rogue to be Built in Tennessee

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