February 14, 2017 in brochures
Today I received this package in the mailbox! It is a stack of brochures I won via a CataWiki auction. Most of them are 90s era Nissan Maxima and Bluebird brochures, but it also included a JDM Nissan Bluebird 910 and Laurel Spirit brochure.
So I was really happy winning this 5 euro bargain!
Let the unboxing begin: Read the rest of this entry →
April 30, 2014 in rustoseums
Yesterday I posted a cutaway picture of a Suzuki Fronte Coupe LC10W and today I have an even more impressive cutaway car: a Nissan Bluebird SSS 910!
Well, actually it isn’t drawn… It has been scavenged for panels, then standing outside too long and the whole body structure collapsed some time ago. So in other words: just like a cutaway picture you can see its inner bowels very well! 😉
Sorry for the very very low res photos but the source did not feature anything better…
This proves the provenance of the shell: Read the rest of this entry →
February 28, 2014 in Commerical time
What does the SSS stand for in the name of the Nissan Bluebird SSS Turbo? Super Sports Sedan?
According to this 1981 JDM commercial it is Super Star! (Sedan?)
You can watch the advertisement below: Read the rest of this entry →
June 2, 2012 in Family Album Treasures
Yesterday I finally finished a tribute video to the Bluebird for Bosozoku Style I had lying around unfinished for over a year. So I thought it would be nice to post up a Family Album Treasure including a Bluebird!
The Bluebird in the picture is a Bluebird 710 1600 SSS and apparently the whole family is very proud of it too! If I were to own a Bluebird SSS model I’d definitely include a picture in my family album! 😉
In case you are curious about the Bluebird video I made, here it is: Read the rest of this entry →
June 1, 2012 in brochures
Even though Japan was already using unleaded fuel in the early 80s Nissan still made a super line-up!
This brochure covers all 1982 models by Nissan, but they pictured the Bluebird SSS 910 (Z18E powerd), March K10 and Liberty Villa (based upon the Pulsar N12) at the cover. Personally I would have left out the Liberty Villa from this line-up and replaced it with something with a little bit more oomph like the Leopard, but I guess the Nissan board of directors thought otherwise. 😉