Blog: Historic cars parade for Nissan's 80th birthday
Glenn Brooks | 10 December 2013
Nissan is to celebrate its 80th birthday with a 'Heritage Car Parade' in Yokohama on 23rd December.
If you're an enthusiast of Japanese cars past and present, mark your diary to check the special website where you can see what went on.
On a related note, I wonder what all those lovers of the former Prince Motors' cars will make of Nissan's recent decision to turn the Japanese market's next Skyline into an Infiniti? Still, at least it's rear-wheel drive.
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