Our track driver, Brett, recently took a trip out to Japan and was lucky enough to score a personal tour of the Nissan Heritage Museum in Zama, Japan. This museum is also known as the Datsun Nissan Automuseum, or DNA garage, which is especially appropriate as it really does showcase a lot of Nissan’s history over the years. Because it’s not open to the public, Brett was understandably excited about this trip!
And he was nice enough to share all of the pictures he took with us, so I thought we’d share them here for you guys to see! The rest of this post will basically be a photo collection and I’ll do my best to identify the weird and rare ones posted.
I thought this was kind of funny; I didn’t see any cars missing a fender on Nissan’s site for the Heritage museum. But there’s one, out of the entire collection, facing the wrong direction…
If you didn’t see our feature on the MID-4, check it out here!
Keep an eye out for this one, we’ll have a feature on the R390 here soon 🙂