Check Out These Vintage Japanese Sports Car Greats

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Some of the greatest Japanese sports cars ever built come together for an eye candy spectacle.

Datsun and Mazda have a glorious history of making some truly kick ass sports cars. Datsun, now Nissan, is still in the sports car business as is Mazda, but many enthusiasts still crave for the olden days. We’re referring to the old Mazda rotaries, Datsun Z cars, 510s and Roadsters. They had the complete package: power, fun factor, reliability and affordability. These snaps come to us from a vintage Japanese car event and we’re posting them here for everyone to enjoy. Hat tip to "turbopowerz" for sharing your photos.

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