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This complementary volume to Datsun Z by the same author tells the story of the sporting grand tourers built first as Datsuns, and then as Nissans when the Japanese automaker changed its name in the late 1980s. Beginning with the Datsun 280ZX in 1978, this history continues through two generations of the 300ZX until the model was discontinued outside of Japan in 1996. This history includes a generous helping of black-and-white photography.
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This complementary volume to Datsun Z by the same author tells the story of the sporting grand tourers built first as Datsuns, and then as Nissans when the Japanese automaker changed its name in the late 1980s. Beginning with the Datsun 280ZX in 1978, this history continues through two generations of the 300ZX until the model was discontinued outside of Japan in 1996. This history includes a generous helping of black-and-white photography.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781901295061
  • Publisher: Veloce Publishing PLC
  • Publication date: 5/15/1999
  • Pages: 176
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.18 (h) x 0.74 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 18, 1999

    Excellent, Exciting, Couldn't put it down!

    Although I have an extensive library of Datsun Z Car related books in hard cover and paper back, I found this book extremely enjoyable. Even though, Brian Long is a British writer, often if not permanently living in Japan, he provides a worldwide perspective that is often missing in most books about the Datsun Z Car. He seems a master at uncovering facts in the history of the Datsun and the Z Car previously known to only a very few Datsun insiders. Within its cover, there are great pictorial representations of Datsun cars, many not seen often. It is an excellent write up about the Datsun car history, the early Datsun Z car as it progressed to the touring GT becoming the 280ZX and first generation 300ZX ('84-'89), to the Super Car it became in the 1990's with the 300ZX Twin Turbo. The author outlines the racing efforts of some well known drivers with some great photos. Some advertising photos of the period are also captured within the pages of this marvelous book. I have had and continue to have a love affair with the Datsun Z Car, as I have owned over 200 of the early 240Z's, but Brian Long's Book on the 280ZX to the 300ZX, gave me a greater appreciation for the car and the history behind it. It was thoroughly enjoyable reading, and a welcome addition to my collection of Datsun Z Car books. I couldn't stop reading it to the end. Whenever possible I spend some time reviewing the chapters on racing and design work history, over and over again. I never get tired of it. This book and his companion book entitled, 'Datsun Z, From Fairlady to 280Z', are probably the only two Datsun Z Car books a person really needs, although there are several other good ones. But it is of course, nice to own them all.

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