36K Mile Fairlady: 1970 Datsun 1600 Roadster

This pretty 1970 Datsun 1600 roadster is described as being an older restoration that is showing its age in places. I personally really like cars in this sort of condition, as they generally still look good enough to the… more»

No Reserve Pickup Project: 1972 Datsun 521

We recently saw a nice Nissan 720 pickup and this is an ancestor of that truck. So basically, whenever an older 521 pickup complains about something related to the newer pickup, the younger 720 pickup would say, “Ok, boomer”… more»

Pair of Projects: 1973 Datsun 240Z

While Nissan had been trying to get a foothold into the U.S. as early as the late 1950s, it was the 240Z sports car that helped them cross the hurdle. Introduced in the U.S. for 1970, sales of the… more»

Garage Find Survivor: 1976 Datsun 280Z

This 1976 Datsun 280Z has been in the seller’s garage for some time and represents a rarely seen model that captures the essence of the original design before the Z car became a heavier and more feature-laden grand tourer,… more»

Lemon Longroof: 1978 Datsun 510 Station Wagon

The Datsun 510 is one of the more desirable vintage sports sedans of the 1960s, competing with the BMW 2002 as the car of choice if you wanted a vehicle that could hustle but needed the convenience of a… more»

Sporty Survivor: 1969 Datsun 2000 Roadster

The Datsun Sports/Fairlady was a series of sports cars produced by Nissan in the 1960s. When they were imported to the U.S., they were known the 1500, 1600 and finally 2000 in recognition of the car’s engine displacement. The… more»

Pristine 4×4: 1981 Datsun 720 Pickup

It’s a shame there’s not more information about this incredibly nice looking 1981 Datsun 720 King Cab pickup, as it’s likely one of the best ones left and sporting some fairly choice modifications. First of all, it’s insanely rare… more»

1970 Datsun 240Z Survivor!

This gorgeous 1970 Datsun 240Z is an unrestored example, wearing mostly original paint and other details that suggest it has led a charmed life. The seller notes the nose panel sports many original details that have been lost over… more»

Non-Turbo T-Top: 1983 Datsun 280ZX

The Nissan S130 platform has been recognized as a classic 1980s sports car for the last few decades. From pop culture references to all levels of professional racing, Nissan’s flagship coupe always had the looks and performance to preserve… more»

Highly Original Early Z! 1970 Datsun 240Z

Japan’s Pony Car goes by a single letter, “Z.” The 1969 Datsun 240Z brought sexy long hood / short deck styling in a smaller scale than the Chevrolet Camaro, Dodge Challenger, Plymouth Barracuda, and the car that named the… more»

Barn Find Z: 1970 Datsun 240Z

Many of us have probably seen Z cars of every vintage rotting away in lawns and in barns and never thought much about them. After all, they were produced in fairly strong numbers and across many years of different… more»

Original Condition? 1963 Datsun 320 Pickup

Commonly referred to as a Datsun 1200 due to the 1.2L engine size, even in some literature of the period, this 1963 Datsun 320, or 1200 pickup is an interesting truck from an interesting time and it looks like… more»

Assembly Required: 1969 Datsun 1600

In the U.S. market, Nissan sold its cars under the Datsun banner through 1984. One of the most desirable automobiles they sold in the 1960s was the Datsun 1600 2-seat roadster (known as the Fairlady in the homeland). While… more»

Solid Driver: 1972 Datsun 240Z

It’s amazing to see how quickly old-school Z cars took off in recent years, especially for the first run of the 240Z. The Series 1 cars are practically untouchable at this stage, and long-dormant projects are even being pulled… more»

One Owner! 5k Mile 1980 Datsun 510

Many enthusiasts tend to have warm memories of the original Datsun 510, the cheap sports car that could run circles around more powerful motors provided the track turned twisty. It was sometimes seen as an alternative to the pricier… more»

Original Paint? 1969 Datsun Sports 1600 Roadster

After struggling to establish itself in the 1950s, the Japanese car industry began to make moves to be recognized as a serious player on the world scene through the 1960s. Datsun came perilously close to collapse during this period,… more»