TOKYO – Thousands of fans either attended Fuji International Speedway or tuned in to NISMO.tv to see incredible Nissan motorsport history on the track at last week's NISMO Festival supported by Motul.
Where did those classic Nissans – Group C cars, Super GT cars, Touring Cars and even an incredible display of rally cars – come from?
The Zama Heritage Center in Japan. The Nissan Heritage Collection there features vehicles not only from the company's motorsport past, but also road cars that date back to the Datsun 12 Phaeton from 1933.
More than 400 vehicles are housed in the Zama facility, and a unique collection of images from the center can be viewed by clicking here.
Note: More great features from the collection were filmed after the recent NISMO Festival, so you can expect more coverage of these classic Nissans in the months ahead on the NISMO.tv YouTube channel.
Meantime, view the complete collection of cars at the Nissan Heritage Collection here.
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