There's A Secret Nissan Museum In Japan You Have To Know About

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JDM at its absolute finest.

In Japan’s Kanagawa Prefecture, northwest of Yokohama, lies one of the greatest collections of Nissan race cars ever. It began to be assembled about five years ago. It is closed to the public, but it covers the decades long history of Nissan with over 450 cars. Not all of them are in working condition, and a former Nismo manager claims it’s taken some 40 years to gather everything under one roof. About 60% of the vehicles were directly bought by Nissan. The most valuable car here is, supposedly, the R91CP racecar, winner of Daytona in 1992.

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