Hot Wheels ’71 Datsun 510 Night Burnerz 97/250 2019 short card
- Brand: Datsun
- Model: ’71 510
- Set: Night Burnerz
- Set Nummer: 8/10
- Year: 2019
- Designer: Jun Imai
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The Datsun 510 was a series of Datsun Bluebird sold from 1968 to 1973, and offered outside the U.S. and Canada as the Datsun 1600.
According to AutoWeek’s G.D. Levy, the 510 has often been called the “Poor Man’s BMW”. The engine was promoted by Nissan USA President Yutaka Katayama, a design developed through Prince, an acquisition.
Launched in October 1967, body styles included a two-door sedan (1968), a four-door sedan, a five-door station wagon and a two-door coupé (November 1968).
The P510 (RHD) and PL510 (LHD) models were the most common in most markets, including the U.S. The P510 (RHD) and PL510 (LHD) models were the most common in most markets, including the American. The 1969 KP510T two-door coupe version arrived in small quantities in the right-hand-drive vehicle markets, predominantly in Japan’s domestic market, disassembled by engine emissions regulations. K-prefix cars had a coupe-style swept roof line and a shorter cover cap, while wagons had a W-prefix. In the U.S., the 1968 510 two-door sedan had a limited introduction during the summer season, making it the rarest model and model in the U.S. at 510 years. The two-door sedan body style became popular and was imported into the U.S. in large quantities over the next 5 model years. For the 1974 U.S. model, the 510 four-door sedan was abandoned in favor of the 1974 PL610 series automobiles. Throughout the world, the J-series push engine model was the most common.
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