"The Mazda MX-5 wasn’t the first Japanese-built roadster to show the Brits they weren't the only ones who knew how to build small, fun-to-drive cars. After World War II, Japan began to rebuild both its society and industry - and cars and motorcycles were a huge part of both. People found good jobs and the country began to build cars instead of weapons. One of those car companies was Datsun, now known as Nissan, and by the late 1950s it was building small roadsters that were of high build-quality."
This is a car was sold by Gooding & Co in turn-key condition for $50,600 .
Wed Mar 12 2014 13:07:14 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)