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Fairlady 2000
Debut Series Legends of Speed
Produced 2017-Present
Designer Jun Imai
Number DTW94
Fairlady 2000-2017 022


Description

The Fairlady 2000 (Japanese: ダットサン フェアレディ二千) was the final instalment of the 'Fairlady' roadsters manufactured by Nissan starting in the late 1950s. The Fairlady 2000was the car that was the forerunner 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, a hardtop roof and the front-mounted external oil cooler is a part of the 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.

Versions

The Fairlady 2000 has come out in the following 1/64 scale versions:

Col # Year Series Color Tampo Base Color / Type Window Color Interior Color Wheel Type Toy # Country Notes / Variations Photo
022 / 365 2017 Legends of Speed Light Yellow 'Yokohama' on hood, Brown stripes & White circle on sides & top, sponsor logos on sides Black / Plastic Clear Dark Brown Gold & Black MC5 DTW94 Malaysia Base codes: J32, J34, J37, J38 Fairlady 2000-2017 022
118 / 365 2017 Legends of Speed Pale Green 'Yokohama' on hood, Brown stripes & White circle on sides & top, sponsor logos on sides Metalflake Grey / Plastic Clear Black DD8 DVB14 Malaysia Base code(s): J48, J51 Fairlady 2000 DVB14
118 / 365 2017 Legends of Speed Pale Green 'Yokohama' on hood, Brown stripes & White circle on sides & top, sponsor logos on sides Metalflake Grey / Plastic Clear Black Chrome & Black PR5 DVB14 Malaysia Base code(s): J50 DVB14 Fairlady 2000 PR5

2017 card

From the back of the 2017 card:

Born: 1967
Birthplace: Yokohama, Japan
Deisgner: Nissan
Specialty: 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?

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