|R33 LM, R34 Nur, and R35 GT-R|
The Nissan Heritage Center is one place I have to try and go the next time I am in Japan. It is not open to the public, but if you know the right people, you can probably check it out. Motor Trend got a chance to check out a few of the 300 cars stored at the Zama Facility.
Located about an hour outside of Tokyo, the Heritage Center is part of Nissan’s sprawling Zama Operation Facility (where engineers develop assembly techniques and tools for the automaker’s global plants). The center is closed to the public, which is a shame because there are over 300 showcasing Nissan’s history spanning over 70 years.
Head over to the Motor Trend article for the full story and gallery.