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Japanese Car Spotters Guide - 1974

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1974 Japanese Car Spotters Guide

Datsun 610
Japan

Datsun 610

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Datsun 710
Japan

Datsun 710

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Datsun 710
Japan

Datsun 710

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Datsun 710 Hardtop
Japan

Datsun 710 Hardtop

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Datsun B210
Japan

Datsun B210

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Datsun Bluebird 1600 SS SE
Japan

Datsun Bluebird 1600 SS SE

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Datsun Bluebird 2000 GTX
Japan

Datsun Bluebird 2000 GTX

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Datsun Laurel 200
Japan

Datsun Laurel 200

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Datsun Pickup
Japan

Datsun Pickup

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Datsun Violet 140j
Japan

Datsun Violet 140j

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Honda Civic
Japan

Honda Civic

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Honda Civic
Japan

Honda Civic

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Honda Civic CVCC 1500
Japan

Honda Civic CVCC 1500

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The “Clean Air Act” was passed by the US Senate in 1970, it setting the scene for emissions standards and emissions control equipment such as the catalytic converter. The timing was perfect for one Soichiro Honda , who had designed a CVCC stratified-charge engine, which not only met the U.S. emission standards without a catalytic converter but also met the stringent Japanese emission standards. In 1975 Honda exported the Honda Civic CVCC 1500 to the U.S. The four-door vehicle had a wheelbase of 2280 mm (90 in) with a front track of 1300 mm (51 in) and rear track of 1280 mm (50 in). It had a curb weight of 730 kg (1610 lb). The engine was an inline four cylinder mounted transversely with a 15° incline forward. The 1.5-L engine had a bore of 74 mm (2.91 in), stroke of 86.6 m (3.41 in), and a compression ratio of 8.1:1. Five main bearings supported the one-piece forged crankshaft. A single belt drove the overhead camshaft that operated three valves per cylinder. In the stratified-charge engine there was a tiny auxiliary chamber atop the main combustion chamber. Thus there was one valve for the auxiliary chamber and one for the intake and exhaust for a total of three valves per cylinder.
Mazda B-Series B1800
Japan

Mazda B-Series B1800

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Mazda RX2
Japan

Mazda RX2

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Mazda Rx-4
Japan

Mazda RX-4

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Mazda Rx-4
Japan

Mazda Truck

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Mitsubishi Galant
Japan

Mitsubishi Galant

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Nissan Cedric 2600 GX
Japan

Nissan Cedric 2600 GX

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Nissan Gloria GL
Japan

Nissan Gloria GL

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Nissan President D
Japan

Nissan President D

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Subaru Rex Custom L
Japan

Subaru Rex Custom L

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Subaru Standard DL
Japan

Subaru Standard DL

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Toyota 1000
Japan

Toyota 1000

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Toyota Celica ST
Japan

Toyota Celica ST

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Toyota Crown 2600 Hardtop
Japan

Toyota Crown 2600 Hardtop

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Toyota Crown Super Sedan
Japan

Toyota Crown Super Sedan

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Toyota Crown Wagon
Japan

Toyota Crown Wagon

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