Datsun DC-3

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Datsun Sports DC-3
Manufacturer Nissan
Production 1952
50 produced
Predecessor Datsun Road Star
Successor Datsun S211
Class Sports car
Body style 2-door roadster
Layout FR layout
Engine 860 cc D10 I4
Related Datsun 5147 Pickup

The Datsun DC-3 was a lightweight automobile produced by Nissan and sold under the Datsun brand in 1952. The series was a predecessor to the Fairlady sports cars, and succeeded the pre-war Road Star. It was powered by the 860 cc Nissan D10 straight-4 engine which produced 20 hp (15 kW) and could propel the DC-3 to 70 km/h (43 mph). The side badges said "DATSUN 20" (20 meaning 20PS). Leaf springs were used in the suspension, and a 3-speed manual transmission was specified. Four people could ride in the DC-3. Only 50 DC-3's were ever built. A variant of the DC-3 was the Datsun 5147 pickup.


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