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The brochure from 1988

Old 04-06-2018, 10:43 AM
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The brochure from 1988

When I bought my max last summer and I was cleaning it out and I found this under the seat. I thought it was cool. Not shore when the last time somebody saw one of these. I do remember this brochure when I was a kid because I played in the the Nissan showroom of my my grandfather dealer back in the 80s.

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That's a keeper ...

At some point ... I'm convinced ... Japanese cars will get more attention in the collector car and collector car auction scenes.

This kind of original detail makes things that much more desirable.
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Cool stuff. I have all the brochures from 1995 to 2003.
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