• No.032

Datsun Fairlady 1500 (1965: SP310)

Sport Car

Specifications

Overall length / width / height
3,910/1,495/1,305 mm
Wheelbase
2,280mm
Tread
1,213/1,198mm
Curb weight
910kg
Engine
G(4-cyl. Inline OHV, SU twin carb.) 1,488cc
Engine Max.power
59kw(80PS)/5600rpm
Engine
G (4-cyl. in line, OHV), 1,488cc
Engine Max. power
59kW(80PS)/5,600rpm
Engine Max.torque
118Nm(12.0kgfm)/4000rpm
Suspension (front/rear)
DoubleWishbone/Parallel leaf
Brakes (front/rear)
Drum/Drum
Tires
5.60-13 4P
  • Note:Winner of 1st Japan GP (B Race)

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Datsun Fairlady 1500(1962: SP310)

Datsun Fairlady 1500 (SP310) that stole the show at the 8th Tokyo Motor Show in 1961 was released in 1962 as the first full-fledged sports car. 1500cc engine for the first generation Cedric 30 was mounted on chassis for the first generation Datsun Bluebird 310 and the styling resembled UK-made sports cars such as MG and Triumph at that time. The early spec of G engine of 1488cc OHV were the max. horsepower of 71ps and the max. torque of 11.5kgf-m. The output was improved to 80ps in 1963 by adopting SU twin carburetors for export version.

This car is a 1965 model year car and was restored in 2018 to nearly its standard conditions including frames and body.