Hot on the heels of San Francisco Skyline, it’s It’s time for yet another beautifully shot video from Petrolicious. This time, the crew heads north into wine country for Napa Valley Roadsters, a look at two more Nissans, but this time a pair of Datsun Fairlady roadsters owned by Will Campbell and the impossibly named Dandridge Marsh. Could there be a more perfect car to drive through the region’s rolling hills and sunshine? (Answer: no, there could not.) Watch the video for yourself below and just be happy that such beauty has existed in case the world does indeed end tomorrow.
I’m loving these videos by Petrolicious!
Tnks for the video.. loved it..
Could there be a more perfect car to drive through the region’s rolling hills and sunshine? (Answer: no, there could not.)
Mazda Miata. Always a Miata.
i own a miata.. i would take one of these over it any day for just a drive…
Actually, I was using a Jalopnik joke.
WHY did I sell my flat dash 1966 1600? WHAT was I thinking………UGH.
Oh that throttle sound.. it’s like nothing else.
U20?, sorry but your Fairlady is (about to be) broken– watch out for that pesky “evil L”. I’ll give you $1400 for the shell. Sad to see a rare car (on these shores) butchered with a tacky vinyl graphics, and roll bar.
Haters gonna hate. Amazing cars and it’s great to see (and hear – wow!) them on the roads. I love Datsun’s and the Roadster is the next Datsun on my hit list 🙂 Thanks for the great video. It’s great seeing these on the roads instead of under a tarp waiting for a 100 point restoration for 20 years…
PS – you can peel vinyl off lol….
I would take that drive in a TR6.I also agree with the tackiness of
the graphics on the 1600 (or is it a 2000?) – good way to get pulled over.