Datsun

Series 1 Driver: 1970 Datsun 240Z

Early Datsun 240s are one of the darlings of the collector car hobby right now, and it’s easy to see why. These were the purest expressions of the Z car family, thanks to its clean lines free from ugly… more»

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Last One? 1981 Datsun 310 GX

Those of us who are into vintage Japanese vehicles often enjoy the unusual ones, the non-240Zs and the non-RX7s. The cars that were never the golden child but just had something interesting about them. I’m surprised to see a… more»

The Z to Buy: 1971 Datsun 240Z

This 1971 Datsun 240Z was recently pulled out of storage where it had sat since 2004. The seller is a small hot rod shop that is listing the 240Z as-is right now, and may pull the listing down if… more»

Pint-Sized Pony! 1970 Datsun 240Z

The iconic Datsun 240Z combines styling cues from Jaguar, Ferrari, and the general long hood, short trunk “Pony Car” look, a genre named after America’s wildly popular Mustang. This 1970 Datsun 240Z in Minoa, New York retains its original… more»

Rust-Free From Tennessee: 1978 Datsun 510

This 1978 Datsun 510 wagon is originally from Tennessee and it has ZERO rust or body damage, according to the seller. This solid station wagon can be found here on eBay in Naples, Florida with an unmet opening bid… more»

As Original As It Gets: 1980 Datsun 210

What happens when a forgettable, disposable car like a Datsun 210 isn’t forgotten or disposed of? It ends up here on craigslist, residing in Thornton, Colorado and in magnificent condition for $5,900. Thanks to Steve L for the tip!

EXCLUSIVE: 1968 Datsun 520

UPDATE 12/13/2019 – Al sent over more photos of this truck, to give you a better idea of its overall condition. Be sure to give it another look! If your a fan of compact durable pickups, the Datsun 520… more»

Survivor King Cab: 1984 Datsun 720 Pickup

It’s one thing to find an 80s-era Japanese pickup truck that isn’t a pile of rust; it’s quite another to find one that isn’t a pile of rust and is a genuine survivor still wearing its awesome period graphics…. more»

More Barn Finds from Georgia Getting Rescued!

As some of you likely know, I am helping to clear out a large collection of salvage and project vehicles from a private owner. You can read more about the collection here in Part I; here in Part II; Part… more»

38k Original Miles: 1976 Datsun B-210

When the Datsun B-210 debuted on the American market, its timing could not have been much better. With the 1973 Arab Oil Crisis being felt around the world, the little Datsun was one of the cheapest cars that the… more»

Eclectic Collection: Barn Finds in Baltimore

This listing for what appears to be a shed or barn full of projects doesn’t have much info to go on, and prices listed seem ambitious. But there are some interesting projects here that may warrant a phone call,… more»

Series 1 Project: 1971 Datsun 240Z

This 1971 Datsun 240Z is a desirable Series 1 car, produced within the window of time when the earliest models were rolling off the assembly line. Though not one of the first 500, Series 1 models in general are… more»

Driver-Quality S30: 1972 Datsun 240Z

Around the turn of the century, Nissan switched its focus as a manufacturer to almost strictly commuter-oriented vehicles. The once-rugged Pathfinder nameplate is now attached to a unibody crossover SUV, and while the current Z car is handsome, it… more»

Rare Find: 1960 Datsun Pickup

We at Barn Finds take pride in presenting to you the truly rare and special pieces of Automotive history. This particular vehicle just happens to be one of those, and it’s up for sale here on eBay from South… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1980 Datsun 280ZX 10th Anniversary

To celebrate the 10th anniversary of their Z car, Datsun built a limited number of special edition 280ZXs. In total, they built just 3,000 of these cars, either in gold and black or red and black. Mechanically, they are… more»

No Reserve Z-Project: 1972 Datsun 240Z

This 1972 Datsun 240Z is the preferred early edition of the long-running sports car, but not quite a Series 1 model. Still, with its less restrictive emissions equipment and slim chrome bumpers, a ’72 240Z is hardly a bad… more»