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How many Datsun 260C are left in the UK?

In the 70’s, my neighbour had a lovely brown Datsun 260C, registered in 1973. I believe the C stood for Cedric. What would be the Japanese equivalent today and are there any of these cars still on the road?

Asked on 10 December 2019 by william Hodgson

Answered by Keith Moody
Production of the Cedric range started in the 1960s and actually soldiered on until 2015 with the tenth generation Y34 (although the name Cedric had been retired by then). It was replaced by the Nissan Fuga - a large luxury car that we don't get in the UK. As you can see from our data, there are just 13 examples known to the DVLA: classics.honestjohn.co.uk/how-many-survived/nissan...c
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