Fiber Glass 1975-1978 Datsun 280ZX (S130) PD RB Style Front Bumper For 280ZX (S130)

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History's ups and downs, attacking Nissan

Things need to go back to the end of World War II, and Japan is in a depression. However, due to the need to rebuild Japan, the US government, which took over Japan, allowed local Japanese car factories to produce a small number of trucks to meet the needs of economic development. During that period, companies such as Nissan struggled to accept a small number of truck orders. However, soon after, the outbreak of the Korean War gave car companies such as Nissan the opportunity to take off. In order to meet the needs of mechanized troops during the Korean War, orders for jeep trucks skyrocketed, snowing into these local Japanese automobile companies and becoming their first bucket of gold. Not long after, Nissan, who was unwilling to only manufacture trucks, began manufacturing family cars. By chance, Nissan took his car to Australia to participate in the Rallying. The competition was extremely difficult, but Nissan unexpectedly won the championship. After World War II, Nissan, who urgently needed a positive image to establish a national hero, immediately became the winner of "Touching Japan", and the streets and alleys were filled with Nissan's legends. Under this stimulus, Nissan decided to start moving towards the world. Its first goal was to export cars to the most prosperous country in the automotive industry at that time - the United States.

First Trial Cry - Fairlady

Nissan's choice of the United States as an export was deeply influenced by one person: Yutaka Katayama, also known as Mr. by Americans K. He was also the first general manager of Nissan North America. Yutaka Katayama believes that Nissan can make a difference in the United States after multiple investigations. In 1960, with the help of Yutaka Katayama, Nissan imported a small batch of SPL212 into the United States for the first time. In that era, the vast majority of imported cars from the United States came from the UK and Italy. Due to concerns about poor quality affecting Nissan's reputation, Nissan cars imported into the United States use another name: Datsun. Influenced by a song called Fairlady, these cars were named Fairlady, which is the ancestor of the Z series. This batch of cars is not popular in the United States, as their small body, lack of air conditioning, and low horsepower have led to extremely poor sales of Fairlady. But at Yutaka Katayama's insistence, Nissan sent engineers to the United States for corresponding debugging. Under Yutaka Katayama's almost demanding requirements, Nissan engineers gained valuable experience and ultimately achieved positive results in the next generation of Fairlady.

Rising to fame -240Z

Datsun 240Z (S30) Yutaka Katayama is keenly aware that affordable sports cars have become a demand in the US market. At that time, Detroit's giants were completely indifferent to this segment of the market, and sports cars such as Porsche were priced far above this demand. In 1969, Nissan launched Fairlady Z-240Z (internal code S30) in the United States.

Continuing Glory -280ZX

In 1978, Nissan officially launched the completely redesigned second generation Z-series-280ZX (internal code: S130). The engine used the 2.8-liter Straight-six engine of 280Z at the end of the previous generation, and also added the Bosch L-Jetronic fuel injection system. The 280ZX can be paired with a 3-speed automatic transmission or a 4-speed/5-speed manual transmission. Due to the regulations of American law, the front bumper of the car is equipped with low-speed collision protection, which has become a symbol to distinguish between the first and second generation Z series. The 280ZX has a more prominent front bumper structure compared to the previous generation. It inherits the excellent driving experience and excellent reliability of the previous generation, and also solves the shortcomings of the previous generation Z series. In its first year of sales, it set a record of 87007 vehicles. This generation of Fairlady was so successful that in 1979, she immediately won the Motor Trend Best Imported Car Award, and such awards and praises made the 280ZX soft, even the later GT-R could not be compared to it. Especially with the addition of turbo models in the later stage, the 280ZX has reached the peak of 180 horsepower. The excellent sportiness, reliability and elegant appearance of the 280ZX were far away from all the competitors at that time, so that a little change in the 280ZX in the later period would lead to complaints from the owners. For details, please refer to the experience of the Porsche 911.


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