Welcome to earlydatsun.com , the internet's most comprehensive guide to classic era Datsun, Nissan, Prince and Cony vehicles.
From 1930 through until 1968, this guide covers every vehicle Nissan made during that time. Sedans, wagons, coupes, vans, trucks, sports cars, pickups and buses. Every model, and every major variation of each model is represented here. In all, over four hundred different vehicles are shown and described.
With over a hundred and seventy pages, over one thousand five hundred photos, and well over a quarter of a million words, the new updated earlydatsun.com is now, more than ever, the complete guide to Classic Era Datsuns.
Explore the various Datsun small car models starting the first Datson 10 model of 1930 through until civilian production ceased at the start of the Second World War, plus the larger Nissan models that continued on for military use.
Explore the range of Datsun passenger cars built following the end of the Second World War through until 1954.
Explore the cars that preceded Bluebird line that were built following the technological agreement between Nissan and Austin, plus the Austin models built under licence.
Explore the range of small passenger cars in the Datsun range built between 1955 to 1968. In this section you will find sedans and wagons from the Bluebird model line, the 110 and 210 series that came before it, and the Sunny model line.
Explore the range of large sized passenger cars in the Nissan and Datsun range built between the introduction of the first large post-war car in 1960 through until the end of the classic era in 1968.
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Explore the range of Nissan and Datsun performance models from the first ever Japanese production sports car in 1952 through to the Fairlady 2000 of 1968.
Explore the range of smaller Datsun pickups and vans including the small sedan based pickups and the cab-forward Cablight range
Explore the range of larger sized Nissan Junior pickups and the Nissan Patrol series of off-road four wheel drives.
Explore Nissan's range of cab-forward and semi cab-forward commercial vehicles including the Caball and Cablight range of trucks and vans
Explore Nissan's purpose built race cars from pre-war oval track specials through to the multiple Japanese Grand Prix winners from the 1960s.
The Prince Motor Company was a Japanese car manufacturer that merged with the Nissan Motor Company in 1966. This section documents their vehicles starting with the Tama electric cars of 1947 through to the Prince designed vehicles that were re-badged as Nissans at the end of the 1960s.
Explore the range of passenger cars builtby the Prince Motor Co. before the introduction of the Skyline, including the early Tama Electric cars and the AISH range of executive cars.
Explore the range of four cylinder Skyline and Laurel small cars built by the Prince Motor Co.
Explore the performance cars, race cars, prototypes and show cars manufactured by the Prince Motor Co.
This section is still under construction, the Skyline GT pages are not complete.
Explore the range of smaller pickup trucks, vans and commercial vehicles manufactured by the Prince Motor Co.
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