Nissan

JDM Hot Hatch: 1991 Nissan Pulsar GTIR

For those of us of a certain age, the video game Gran Turismo was an extremely influential part of our adolescent years. It was when the first generation of Sony’s Playstation came out, and for a car nerd, it… more»

One Owner Wagon: 1988 Nissan Stanza 4WD

I absolutely love these quirky, old Japanese economy cars which never really had much love back in the day, but have been saved by an enthusiastic owner who has lovingly maintained it for the last 30 years. It’s not… more»

9K Mile Fire Truck: 1992 Nissan Safari Patrol

We all know by now that the market for JDM-spec cars and trucks has been hot for a while. After all, the vehicles in question are usually forbidden fruit here in the states and loaded up with all sorts… more»

Sport Package Survivor: 1991 Nissan 240SX SE

Few imports from the late 80s and early 90s have become as sought after as the S13-chassis Nissan 240SX. These cars were somewhat ignored when they first came out, living in the shadow of the mighty 300ZX. The 240SX… more»

Rare Bushmaster: 1984 Nissan 720 4×4

If vintage Toyota 4Runners have gotten too pricey for you, let me present an almost-as-expensive Nissan 720 4×4 “Bushmaster” edition. This is a seriously obscure model but it does provide the super-cool combination of four-wheel-drive and a huge backseat… more»

Just Needs TLC: 1973 Datsun 240Z

Seeing the success that imported British sports cars were having in markets like the U.S., Nissan stepped up its game by introducing the Z series of 2-seat coupes. They would be an extension of the open-top roadsters from the… more»

24K Mile Garage Find: 1993 Nissan 300ZX Twin Turbo

The Z32-chassis Nissan 300ZX represents a high watermark for the company’s iconic sports car. Incredible styling, loads of technology, and an available twin-turbocharged V6 combine to make it one of the foremost Japanese performance cars of the early 9os…. more»

No Reserve Turbo: 1984 Nissan 300ZX

The Z31-era of the classic Nissan 300ZX remains one of the more accessible chapters in Nissan’s sports car history. For years, it has been stationed at the bottom of the food chain, but this appears to be changing as… more»

Clean King Cab: 1984 Nissan 720 4×4

I don’t claim to have a crystal ball, but if you hadn’t noticed, the classic Japanese pickup has been picking up steam as the next generation of collectors enter the fold. Japanese trucks in general, pickup or not, are… more»

Rare Drop Top! 1977 Datsun 280Z Cabriolet

I don’t know about your neck of the woods, but the early Datsun “Z” cars were all over the place in the 70s and 80s where I grew up.  Nowadays, I can’t remember the last time I saw one… more»

Removable Canopy: 1988 Nissan Pulsar NX Sportbak

Between 1986 and 1990, Nissan offered the Pulsar NX in the U.S. market. It came in only one body style that could be converted into a coupe, targa, cabriolet, or station wagon by removing or replacing body panels. That… more»

Right-Hand-Drive: 1964 Nissan Bluebird 410

The Nissan Bluebird was one of the company’s most popular cars. Launched in 1957, it would be part of the Nissan portfolio through 2001. In its earlier years in the U.S. market, the cars were marketed under the Datsun… more»

Loaded Rust-Free 1989 Nissan Hardbody SE 4×4

The Nissan D21, known as the Hardbody here in the US, was quite an upgrade from the previous Nissan pickups which were more pragmatic work trucks. This 1989 Nissan Hardbody SE Kingcab 4×4 5-speed pickup is loaded and rust-free… more»

84K Original Miles: 1984 Nissan 300ZX Turbo

When you see a certain car time and again, it’s easy to forget that it’s one of the few models that remains an accessible classic. The Z31 chassis Nissan Z-car has always been an instantly recognizable 1980s charmer, but… more»

Field Find: 1971 Datsun 240Z Project

Nissan Motors started expanding worldwide in the late 1950s and presented its first cars in the U.S. at the Los Angeles Auto Show in 1958. Two years later they opened a subsidiary in the States and their development in… more»

RHD High-Roller! 1994 Nissan President JS

Taking a page from the book of Studebaker, Nissan named its high-rolling luxury sedan the President, suggesting the vehicle compliments those governing a company or sovereign nation. This 1994 Nissan President JS in New Baltimore, Michigan offers exclusivity of… more»