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1967 Nissan bluebird. #410/ #411 series
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Overview
Also called	Tan Chong 410
Yue Loong YLN-705B
Production	September 1963–1967
Assembly	
Japan: Yokosuka, Kanagawa (Oppama plant)
Australia: Sydney 
New Zealand: Auckland
Body and chassis
Body style	
2-door sedan
4-door sedan
3-door light van
5-door station wagon
Layout	FR layout
Powertrain
Engine	
1.0 L C-1 I4 (410)
1.2 L E-1 I4 (P410/411)
1.3 L J13 I4 (P411)
1.6 L R16 I4 (R411: SSS, U.S.)
Transmission	
3-speed column shift manual
4-speed close ratio floor shift manual
Dimensions
Wheelbase	2,380 mm (94 in)
Length	3,995 mm (157.3 in)
Width	1,490 mm (59 in)
Height	1,415 mm (55.7 in)
Curb weight	915 kg (2,017 lb)
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, and the Nissan Sunny in 1966.

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, and 411 (1965–1967), which featured the same combination rear lamp set as the earlier 410 through 1966, changing to higher mounted rectangular tail light sets for 1967. On both, the rear direction indicators were red or amber, according to market – New Zealand, which allows either, took the 410 with both and the 411 with red only. 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
1967 Nissan bluebird. #410 / #411  series #DatsunBluebird410  #1966  #Datsun  #Bluebird1300  #Deluxe . Overview Also called Tan Chong 410 Yue Loong YLN-705B Production September 1963–1967 Assembly Japan: Yokosuka, Kanagawa (Oppama plant) Australia: Sydney New Zealand: Auckland Body and chassis Body style 2-door sedan 4-door sedan 3-door light van 5-door station wagon Layout FR layout Powertrain Engine 1.0 L C-1 I4 (410) 1.2 L E-1 I4 (P410/411) 1.3 L J13 I4 (P411) 1.6 L R16 I4 (R411: SSS, U.S.) Transmission 3-speed column shift manual 4-speed close ratio floor shift manual Dimensions Wheelbase 2,380 mm (94 in) Length 3,995 mm (157.3 in) Width 1,490 mm (59 in) Height 1,415 mm (55.7 in) Curb weight 915 kg (2,017 lb) 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, and the Nissan Sunny in 1966. 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, and 411 (1965–1967), which featured the same combination rear lamp set as the earlier 410 through 1966, changing to higher mounted rectangular tail light sets for 1967. On both, the rear direction indicators were red or amber, according to market – New Zealand, which allows either, took the 410 with both and the 411 with red only. 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
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