1970 KP510 Deluxe…

Here we have by far one of the nicest, most original KP510 Bluebird Coupes I have ever laid my eyes upon! This beauty has only got 20 000km on the clock, from the factory! Car is owned by Graeme Harlor, who has only driven the car 800km in the last 20 years! πŸ˜€

KP510 Deluxe - 20130102

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Random Pic…

Things are going to be pretty quiet over here for the next few days until we get the internet fixed at home, so I will leave you guys with this awesome shot by Dino Dalle Carbonare from Speedhunters of this awesome Bluebird Coupe dragster from Japan… This bad boy is fully tubbed and runs an L28 with an air shift gearbox!

There is plenty of stuff on this site in the archives, so why don’t you have a look around till I can post some more new content?? πŸ™‚

Random Pic…

I have been fairly quiet the past week, so here is a sweet KP510 Bluebird Coupe race car, running the fender flares I am trying to find for my P510 rally replica… Beautiful car that looks to still be under construction! Loving the widened steelies and Datsun “race stripe” πŸ™‚

Team Musasabi Bluebird Coupe…

This is one of the cleanest Bluebird Coupes I have seen, ever! The SSR MkII’s look just perfect on the car, and the drop is pure perfection to match the subtly flared arches. I like the clear fender indicators, never seen those before, and that custom dashboard is just killer! Apparently, while leaving the show where these photos were taken, this car T-boned a Honda NSX, completely destroying the front end of the car… Hopefully the owner can source all the parts to bring her back to her former glory, but for now, enjoy these beautiful photos…

Images via AUTOnGRAPHIC.

1:64th 1971 Datsun KP510 1600SSS Coupe (TAKARA TOMY)

This is the newest addition to my collection and one of my favourites! It looks just like my Bluebird Coupe did when I first brought her home, which is really cool! The details are all there on this model, from the Bluebird badges on the fenders to the 1600SSS Coupe badges on the rear of the car, as well as the SSS badges on the C-pillar vents and the Coupe badges behind the doors. It is a brilliant little model, especially considering it’s small size! πŸ˜€

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