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! 😉
Last week I stumbled across this Nissan Bluebird-U RC car by Bandai:
It has dents all over it and the remote control doesn’t look that remote nowadays but back when it was new it was the best you could get!
Just imagine that the boy who used to play with this rare 2000GT hardtop coupe is now old enough to actually have owned several of them! If that is the case I probably already should have owned several 935s by now! 😀
Not at the JCCA New Year Meeting but at one of the parkinglots nearby someone found this Bluebird 410 wagon parked:
And it is Moon equipped with a nice set of white walls that perfectly match with the new white leather/sky interior.
Get ready for the most gruesome carnage from Seibu Keisatsu! (Western Police) Disclaimer: the two videos are not suitable for fainthearted J-tin enthusiasts!
In part 2 even more oldskool Nissans will be killed. Be prepared for tens of Glorias/Cedrics to be killed in a useless five minute slowmotion fight against a dirt truck in a mine field! Read the rest of this entry →
Rocketpencil uploaded another astonishing video: the 1971 Japanese Grand Prix held at Fuji International Speedway!
It consists out of three races: the Touring A (1600cc) class, Touring B (2000cc) class and the Grand Touring class, translating into Bluebird, Skyline and Fairlady Z.
All non-Nissanians will complain I over simplified it a bit. Yes there are indeed other cars (like the Mazda RX-2) but that’s what the main field and winners looked like… Only later that year the Mazda RX-3s broke the winning victory streak of those menacing Skylines…