1935 Datsun 14 Roadster.
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Jidosha-Seizo Co., Ltd. established in December 1933, became Nissan Motor Co.,Ltd in the following year and started full-scale production.
At the company’s new factory in Yokohama, the first car to come off the line in April of 1935 was this "14". It was powered by a new 722cc, 15ps engine. A distinguishing feature is the beautiful rabbit mascot created by Ryuichi Tomiya, who worked on the body design.
• Overall length: 2,800mm
• Overall width: 1,200mm
• Wheelbase: 1,980mm
• Tread (front/rear): 980/1,016mm
• Engine: Type 7 (4-cyl. in line, SV)
• Displacement / Max. power: 722cc / 11kW (15PS)
• Seating capacity: 2
• Top speed: 80km/h
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