Remembering Japanese cars from the past

DOTS: Nissan 200SX S14 in fall

And we have arrived at part 4 of the deteriorating 200SX!
The Nissan 200SX S14 in November
The Nissan 200SX S14 in November

It is currently in a very beautiful state with all those leafs on and around it!

Now the car really starts to intrigue me! Its condition gets worse and worse and apparently nobody really cares for it… Could it be that the car itself now is in the fall of its life?

Well, at least the rust didn’t get any worse than last month:
The Nissan 200SX S14 in November
The Nissan 200SX S14 in November

And some of the blisters disappeared magically…

The note I left some time ago has disappeared and I found this stuck behind the door:
The Nissan 200SX S14 in November
The Nissan 200SX S14 in November

So either the owner removed the note and this note is new or some secondhand dealer removed my note and tuck this behind the door instead! I suspect the latter is the most probable case… 🙁


  1. B-San

    I can’t understand who just lets a car like this (especially overhere where they are pretty rare) leaves it over to the forces of nature. Sadly i don’t car any place/storage nor the budget to restore it. But im curciouse to the orange note behind the window. If i remember correctly you can ask the personal details of the cars owner at the RDW after letting them know the license plate. Costs about 6euros i think, but if you might really be interested in the car i think a phone call would might work quicker especially since it seems there are more buyers looking after it. Sadly the license-plate is not read-able. I wonder if it would still had APK (VAT) or since when it on the name of the current owner. 🙂 Who knows it might just be stolen and left there.

  2. B-San

    Wow, sorry for my english today.

  3. banpei

    MOT expired earlier this year.
    It is easier to track down the owner that way if it only costs that little money! Thanks for the tip! 😉

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