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1968 Nissan Silvia (CSP311)

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1968 Nissan Silvia (CSP311)

The first generation Silvia CSP311 was rolled out as “Datsun Coupe 1500” at Tokyo Motor Show in 1964 and was released in 1965 as a Nissan car with the name Silvia, a goddess in Greek mythology. The exterior and interior were designed by Nissan internal designers (K. Kimura & F. Yoshida) with advice from then-consultant A. Goertz. The jewel-like styling was one of the features.

As few as approximately 550 units were built for 4 years because nearly seamless bodywork and elegant interior on chassis for Datsun Fairlady 1600 SP311 were semi-handmade. It was known as the pioneer of sports coupe and the first highway police car in Japan.

Specifications
Overall length / width / height:
3,985/1,510/1,275mm
Wheelbase: 2,280mm
Tread (front/rear): 1,270/1,198mm
Curb weight: 980kg
Engine: R (4-cyl. in line, OHV with SU Twin-carb.), 1,595cc
Engine Max. power: 66kW (90PS)/6,000rpm
Engine Max. torque: 132Nm(13.5kgfm)/4,000rpm
Suspension (front/rear): Double wishbone / Parallel leaf
Brakes (front/rear): Disc / Drum
Tires: 5.60-14-4P

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