NISSAN FAIRLADY Z [FJY42]

The Nissan Fairlady Z (Japanese: 日産フェアレディ ゼッド) was a nameplate used only on the Japanese market, as the designation “Datsun 240Z” was used in all export markets. Other nameplates “Datsun 260Z and Datsun 280Z” were also produced. In Japan, all versions were sold as “Nissan Fairlady Z”. The Nissan Fairlady Z was a sports coupe, built between 1969 and 1978 for performance and precision. The first generation Nissan “Z” Cars were all based off the Nissan “S30” platform. The Hot Wheels casting depicts the “G-nosed” or “G” model (sometimes known as “240ZG”) with the aero-kit G-nose seen on motorsport models and some more expensive models from the showroom had the optional aero nose kit fitted. This casting also has a rear spoiler, bolt-on sports fenders and is right-hand drive.

  • Producer: HOT WHEELS;
  • Scale: 1:64;
  • Year of manufacture: 2018;
  • Notice: none.

Aleksandar Kozhuharov

With love to small cars! I have been collecting scale metal car models for almost 3 years. The main scale in which I collect is 1:60 and 1:64. Favorite brands are Hot Wheels and Matchbox. I try to fill the whole series with all versions of the models. This site is a digitized catalog of my collection. Everyone is free to view and share the images on the site.