Our Current Cars

1971 Datsun 1400 Deluxe (model 510)

Bought this little gem from a good friend after selling my 1971 Datsun 1200
Plan is to keep it close to original with reaming L series powered
however a L20B rather then L14. Also plan on fitting a 5 speed dogleg box from
a 180B SSS. Lower it with better brakes and a nice set of

1978 Datsun 200B (model  810)

My first ever Datsun. it’s an Austrailian build car and was import to the UK in
1987 and i bought it in 1991.
I had been colecting perfomance parts when a
friend talk me into fitting a VG30 (3000 V6) from a 300zx into it. Have to say
it’s made a cracking car even better with all that torque that pulls the 200B
effortless along the road.

1979 Datsun 180B (Model 810)

My highly moddified Datsun 180B bought this car back in early 2000 and over the
3 years i have completely rebuilt it. Powered by a FJ20ET from a Nissan
Gazelle/Skyline and a lot of home made parts on
it. More on this soon

1983 Datsun Cherry (model N12)

the newest car added to the collection. This little car only covering 21k miles
fron new. only couple of down sides to it are the engine size 1.0 and 4 speed
box and the clock don’t work. everything else is spot

1988 Nissan Laurel 2.4 SGX (model

My dad’s car that i have inherited this year after his passing.
It’s a nice example with a little sign of age creeping in.
It’s also a rare manual version.

1998 Nissan Primera GT (model P11)

Here we have my every day car. lovely car to drive and no slouch having
150hp from factory (it is tweeked though more on that later) we have done over
70k miles in this from date of purchase and it over 8 years has only let me down
once when it broke a drive shaft.

1998 Nissan Primera GT (model P11)

The above GT has been re-shelled onto this body,
Sadly a major issues with the sill area of the body and as they are still easy to find it was a
no brainer to re-shell. It does also have 219HP SR20 from the silver one 😉 more on this soon.

2013 Nissan Qashqai 360 1.6 DCI

Wife’s new daily what can I say it does exactly what it  says on the tin (and maybe a little more 🙂 )

2016 Nissan Xtrail Tekna 1.6DCI 4×4

After driving the Qashqai and the Laurel having some issue I thought I’d treat myself to a new daily and tow car.
It does both very well, However the auto parking is still a bit freaky.

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