EXCLUSIVE: Rare 1964 Nissan Cedric

Well into the mid-80s, Nissan used the Datsun name for vehicles destined for foreign markets. So, to see a Nissan built in 1964 on this side of the globe is a rare treat! As a matter of fact, there… more»

Radwood Ready: 1987 Nissan Maxima

If you aren’t familiar with the “Radwood” phenomenon, it’s a fast-growing series of car shows that highlight 1980s and 1990s cars and the lifestyle that went with them. The seller suggests, rightfully so, that this 1987 Nissan Maxima GXE… more»

To Be or Not to Be: 1987 Nissan Be-1

From Nissan’s family of Pike Factory cars comes this rare 1987 Nissan Be-1, one of the very few in the U.S. This unusual right-hand-drive ride can be found here on craigslist in Walton, New York. The seller is asking… more»

A Bit of Fun: 1998 Mitsuoka Viewt

Okay, people. You can stop rubbing your eyes because this isn’t an oddly squashed Jaguar. What you have here is a quirky little Japanese creation called the Viewt, and it is the product of a company with quite a… more»

Wholesale Auction Find: 1987 Nissan 300ZX

When an older car that worked its way through the wholesale dealer auction world shows up for sale on eBay, I’m always intrigued. This 1987 Nissan 300ZX bears the signs of a potentially decent project that ended up as… more»

Overlooked S-Chassis: 1987 Nissan 200SX SE

When it comes to Nissan’s beloved S-Chassis vehicles, most people focus on the S13 240SX that the company manufactured from 1989-1994, as well as the models that followed it. However, this 1987 Nissan 200SX SE that is here on… more»

32k Genuine Miles: 1986 Nissan 300ZX

Although it was descended from the iconic 240Z, the Nissan 300ZX was a very different beast. Where the 240Z was more of a hardened sports car, the 300ZX was designed to be more of a sports tourer. This 1986… more»

Nissan Diesel Power: 1980 International Scout

Despite a burly American truck like the International Scout seemingly an icon of domestic toughness and reliability, some of the later Scout II’s actually relied on diesel power from Nissan to keep their rugged reputation intact. This 1980 model… more»

1984 Nissan 300ZX With Only 179 Miles!

It seems that there has been a recent spate of classic cars emerging from hiding with incredibly low mileage, and this 1984 Nissan 300ZX is no exception. We featured this one back in 2018, here, and it popped back… more»

Stored 28 Years: 1973 Datsun 240Z

Vintage Z-cars are a conundrum to me. There are seemingly always good projects for sale, but enthusiasts still tend to go nuts over the early model 240s, even if that particular vehicle isn’t original or has issues of the… more»

Hot Hatch: 1988 Nissan Sunny GTI

In the 1980s and 1990s, hot hatches – small, front engine and front drive hatchbacks with excellent handling and plenty of pep – were all the rage. While the U.S. received plenty of fantastic hot hatch models, many never… more»

Family Man’s Classic: 1987 Nissan Maxima Station Wagon

Kill two birds with one stone. The buyer of the 1987 Nissan Maxima Wagon listed here on eBay can have the best of both worlds. This pristine suburban family hauler can be your grocery-getter and also be a driver… more»

Nice 1980s Survivor: 1987 Nissan Stanza XE

Introduced in 1986, the T12 Stanza was designed to function as a family car. It offered comfortable motoring and reasonable levels of economy. Many have now disappeared from our roads, so finding an example as nice as this one… more»

Preserved Z-Car: 1985 Nissan 300ZX

At just $5,750 – with the option to submit a best offer – this clean, survivor-grade 1985 Nissan 300ZX looks like a very good deal, made even sweeter as it’s equipped with the desirable 5-speed manual. Wearing California blue… more»

Clean & Stock Z31: 1988 Nissan 300ZX

I remain somewhat amazed at how many of these Z31-chassis 300ZXs still show up for sale, many in preserved condition like this example with just over 88,000 miles. The 300ZX has been an enthusiast favorite for years, with many… more»

65K Mile Survivor: 1985 Nissan 720 Deluxe King Cab

During my many years on this earth, I have had five pickup trucks. None of those trucks have been full size (except for a few I bought my son). I’ve preferred a more manageable size truck. Currently, I have… more»