The Fairlady 2000 (Japanese: ダットサン フェアレディ二千) was the final installment of the 'Fairlady' roadsters manufactured by Nissan starting in the late 1950s. This car was the forerunner to the Z-car in the Fairlady line, sold overseas as the Datsun 240Z. The Fairlady 2000 was succeeded by the Z-series Nissan cars in 1970. The Fairlady's styling was heavily influenced by British 2-seat sports cars like the Austin-Healey and the Triumph TR6, giving the car a slight advantage in overseas markets because of it's lower price bracket
The die-cast version has racing fenders and a hardtop roof. The front-mounted external oil cooler is a part of the plastic base, holding the body and base together as a bracket. It features racing seats, removed rear bumper, internal roll cage and is a right-hand drive version
With its 2-liter twin-carb engine, the Fairlady Roadster has a rich racing history, dominating race tracks almost 50 years ago. This dialed-up Hot Wheels version has works-style overfenders, a front-mount oil cooler and fender mounted aero mirrors. Ready to rock the track again?
Jun Imai design (Kaido House)
Condition: New in package
Mainline Number: 344/365
HW Speed Graphics Number: 3/10
Color: Black with fifteen 52, Scattered Stripe on sides. 52 on Hood
Tampo: Detailed headlights, grille, tail lights, and logos/graphics
Bonus Hot Wheel is a randomly picked Mainline car which may be "carded" or loose (uncarded)
New in Sealed card. Never opened
Card may or may not bear the "Factory Sealed" decal. Either way, this fantastic vehicle is priced accordingly
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