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Today in the parking lot.  


When's the last time you saw a 200SX that didn't look like a rusty sieve?

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Today in the parking lot.  


When's the last time you saw a 200SX that didn't look like a rusty sieve?

Rear Wheel Drive too. 

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I'd forgoten just how ugly those were...

Not exactly the golden age for Japanese cars!
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I'd forgoten just how ugly those were...

Not exactly the golden age for Japanese cars!

Datsun had the market cornered on ugly back then...

 


The F10's 

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Datsun had the market cornered on ugly back then...

 


The F10's 

 



The S2000 (SR311) from '67 to '70 was a nice little car, really sweet engine. The bodies just dissappeared from rust. I had one parked next to my GT6 in High School. It even had the 'competition package', with dual Mikuni/Solex carburetors; a special "B" model camshaft for 150 hp; higher limit gauges; and a license plate surround. It was a quick little thing.

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Roadsters rock!

 

Eric

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Too funny.  They did have a magic touch when it came to ugly.  But hey, they sold lots of them over there.

 

Great exception was the 510.  That was stellar.  IRS, and very tunable.  And they looked nice too.  How did

they manage that?

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My co-worker has a Datsun roadster..we joke that Japanese cars of that era had to have rust repairs done after being shipped over because of the salt air!  :D

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