This 1964 Nissan Bluebird 410 (Japanese: Hepburn: Nissan Burubado) is a compact car with a model name introduced in 1957. It has been Nissan’s most internationally recognized sedan, in multiple body styles, and is known for its dependability and durability. It is one of the longest-running nameplates from a Japanese automaker. Export versions were sold variously as the Datsun 510, Datsun 180B (with 160B and 200B versions) and the Datsun Bluebird. The Nissan Bluebird nameplate began appearing around 1982 as the Datsun marque was phased out in favor of Nissan.

In September 1963, Nissan brought the Bluebird up-to-date with boxier styling (by Pininfarina), resembling European designs, particularly the Lancia Fulvia. The 410 was built from 1964 to 1967. The appearance appears to have had an influence on Nissan’s first V8-powered Nissan President in 1965

This generation Bluebird was introduced in time for the 1964 Summer Olympics as Nissan wanted to offer an all new, modern appearance in time for the games.

Datsun Bluebird 410

Two basic models were built: 410 (1964–1965) with a combination rear lamp set consisting of round and rectangular lenses. the rear direction indicators were red or amber, according to market. This Bluebird was one of the first Japanese car lines assembled in New Zealand, initially imported under a tariff/duty arrangement allowing 300 cars a year (the so-called ‘300 Club’) with CKD kits built up by Motor Holdings at Mount Wellington in Auckland.

A sporting model, the Bluebird SS, was launched in Japan in March 1964, with a tuned 1.2 L engine. The SS was originally available only in a four-door configuration (MTK),

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