Datsun 510 race car for sale : Impound lot cars for sale
Datsun 510 Race Car For Sale
- datsun 510
- The Datsun 510 or P510/PL510 was a series of the Nissan Bluebird sold from 1968 to 1974, and offered outside the U.S. as the Datsun 1600. According to AutoWeek's G.D. Levy, the 510 has often been called the "poor man's BMW.
- race car
- racer: a fast car that competes in races
- Auto racing (also known as automobile racing, motor racing, or car racing) is a motorsport involving the racing of cars. It is one of the world's most watched televised sports.
- An automobile built or modified for racing
- for sale
- purchasable: available for purchase; "purchasable goods"; "many houses in the area are for sale"
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The engine was pushed through by Nissan USA president Yutaka Katayama, a design developed through Prince, an acquisition, with some Mercedes Benz influence. 
Its positive reputation led to the 510 tag being reused there for the unrelated 1978-1981 Nissan Stanza ‘H510’ in an effort to capture this range’s glory.
Launched in August 1968, it was one of the most comprehensive Bluebird ranges in terms of body styles: a two-door sedan, a four-door sedan, a five-door station wagon, and a two-door coupe (added in November 1968).
This range became famous for Nissan’s rallying successes outside Japan and paved the way for greater Nissan sales internationally.
The Datsun 510 released to the U.S. market came originally with the Hitachi downdraft carbureted 1.6L L-series I4 engine, with an advertised gross power of 96 hp (72 kW), a claimed top speed of 100mph, front disc brakes, 4-wheel independent suspension (MacPherson strut front and semi trailing arm rear- wagons had a solid rear live axle and leaf springs in back), rear wheel drive, and either a 4-speed manual or a 3-speed automatic transmission. 2-door sedan, 4-door sedan, and 4-door station wagon variants were available. It achieved 20-30 mpg in factory trim (U.S.). JDM spec models were also available in a 2-door coupe body style in either a 1.6L or a 1.8L (1973) L-Series engine. 510’s in some markets offered available twin Hitachi side-draft carburetors, which were a smaller version of the British Skinner’s Union (SU) design used on Jaguars and MGs. These engines also used enhanced compression and camshaft profiles to produce more power. SSS models (not available for the U.S. 510) offered upgraded instrumentation and interior trim, as well as appropriate exterior badges. All U.S. model 510s received anti-sun glass from 1970-on.
This sorta looked like a 1 owner type of find!