The Nissan showcase is two-fold. First, Nissan is bringing six cars to the event that are part of its North American Heritage Collection. These cars span several decades of production and will include some rare beauties! Planned for the second weekend in May is a 1961 Fairlady Roadster which is 1 out of 217 ever made. Next, guests can check out an all original 1969 Datsun 1600 Roadster that has only 789 miles on the odometer. Further Heritage cars include a 1995 Nissan 300ZX SMZ, an original 1972 240Z and the two best selling Datsuns, the 510 and B210GX.
In addition to the six collector classics, Nissan will also have on display new models from its 2014 line up for spectators to check out, including the new Nissan Versa Note SR. By having new cars onsite alongside their Heritage Collection, guests have a chance to see in person the vast history of the brand. For both the new and old Nissans within the display at Carlisle, a representative from the brand will also be on hand to talk about the collection and the exciting features that today’s models bring to the table.
“I have a long history with Datsun and Nissan vehicles from restoring Datsun Zs to rebuilding wrecked Nissan trucks so this display is very exciting to me,” said event manager Ed Buczeskie. “I started this relationship with Nissan USA last year when I worked with them to display Peter Brock’s Datsun 510 BRE racecar and in just one year it has grown into this,” continued Buczeskie. “It’
To obtain additional information on these cars or to learn how to be part of the event in person, www.CarlisleEvents.com is the place to go. Online, links are available for the complete Nissan Heritage Collection, to register for the showfield, secure a vending space and more. Plus, weekend passes are available for advance purchase at just $15. This covers all three show days, which if purchased daily, would total $23.