Yes, I’d guess late 90’s. Nissan bought, and restored them as NISMO special editions, or so articles and media said. Don’t think i ever knew of one being bought and sold, but lots of articles about it.I know there was a time that nissan bought up all the 240s and 260s they could. Sent them back through the assembly line and factory restored them. They actually sold them for a good price for the time.
Don't remember when but think it was in the 90s.
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I worked with the first American president of Nissan, considered him a friend. Unfortunately he died recently.
Tom Mignanelli, a former Ford executive who gave Nissan's U.S. sales company a transfusion of American business culture in the early 1990s, has died following surgery for a brain tumor. He was 73.www.autonews.com
It sucks that this company has completely lost their identity. If Nissans weren’t perpetually on sale, they wouldn’t sell. Their brand is shit, they’ve won the race to the bottom and consumers consider them cheap Toyota’s.
Throw in the CVT garbage and I dunno how they even sell cars.
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That thing looks sweet. I bet it kicks ass on many other expensive imports etc. Does it see the track much?