Seven Days of Dream Car Garages: Day Five by Sami Haj-Assaad

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Seven Days of Dream Car Garages: Day Five by Sami Haj-Assaad
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Make no mistake, this IS as much of a bucket-list as it is a dream list of cars. I’ve yet to drive many of these sublime examples of motoring, but if I was ever given the opportunity, I’d jump at it,  potentially re-scheduling a birthday party, religious holiday or anniversary to get a chance behind one… Continue Reading...

Growing Interest in Japanese Collector Cars Driven by Nostalgia, Racing Heritage

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Growing Interest in Japanese Collector Cars Driven by Nostalgia, Racing Heritage
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Picture a classic car in your head: likely it’s an American icon like a late ‘60s Mustang or even earlier like a ‘50s Fairlane. Maybe your taste is a bit more exotic and you’re imagining a classic Ferrari or even a British sports car like an MG or Triumph. Continue Reading...

San Diego Automotive Museum To Honor Datsun/Nissan With Special Exhibit

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San Diego Automotive Museum To Honor Datsun/Nissan With Special Exhibit
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The story of Datusn (and later Nissan) in the United States is probably the most fascinating of all the Japanese auto makers . While early Toyota’s and Honda’s were ridiculed for their diminutive size and propensity to rust, Datsun was the first Japanese manufacturer to establish a reputation as a respected car maker. The 240Z… Continue Reading...

Next Generation Nissan Z To Go Hybrid

Next Generation Nissan Z To Go Hybrid
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Nissan‘s Datsun 240Z broke ground in the early 1970’s by offering bulletproof reliability and the performance of a Jaguar E-Type for a third of the cost. The next generation Z-car could be similarly important by mating a hybrid drivetrain into a serious performance car, if reports coming out of Japan are accurate. While the reports… Continue Reading...
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