It is not correct to publish several times, the only thing that always appears is Nissan Skyline. Although Nissan itself has 3 sports car brothers, namely Skyline, Silvia and Z. Yes this time DiecastOraSambat will discuss the legend of Nissan Silvia, namely Nissan Sileighty. This is because the ignition model has released Nissan Sileighty.
Diecast OraSambat will always try to tell you which stories and memories are connected to the Diecast that your friends will collect Diecast Lovers for cars from retro to classic. Because if we collect elements based on our understanding of the value of the chronology, it will be very different from just collecting elements without knowing the value of the chronology. We will be much more affectionate and we will feel a connection with the collection.
if you hear the name “Silvia”, it will come to your mind, a Silvia S13 or S15 is immersed in the drift or brushing of the corners of Touge or the circuit. Apparently, Silvia’s proper name has been around for 47 years as a brother.
The initial generation started from the CSP311 in 1964. Just like the other Nissan coupes, the CSP311 is based on the Fairlady 1600 Roadster. Silvia CSP311 itself, the design was given a touch by Albrecht Goertz, and was assembled by hand. Limited production until 1968, CSP311 today has become a rare category and has a high price.
The second generation is S10 after 7 years of vacuum. The design of the S10 itself was very much inspired by the sports car models of the 70s like a long nose. The car that entered the American market with the name Datsun 200SX was included in the lack of sales even though it was mass-produced, so many people have forgotten the last car produced in 1979.
The next generation is the S110 series, which directly replaces the S10. S110 is the first Silvia to have a turbocharger option, as well as a coupe or hatchback model. Initially, Nissan had installed a double-rotor engine with the S11 code, but it was less economical due to the rotary technology that was not as advanced as it is now.
The 4th generation is the S12 which was launched in 1983. The S12 was designed globally by Nissan, so almost every country has a different variant of engine and chassis. S12 also has another name in Japan, namely Gazelle, and has a variant of the DOHC FH20 engine or an AC motor. The most powerful variant is in North America, because the 200SX variant gets a VG30E V6 engine from 300ZX Z31.
Finally in 1988, Nissan introduced the S13, the most famous and successful series of all Silvia. Just like S12, S13 also has different types of engines per continent. If the JDM & 200SX EDM version gets a CA18DE and CA18DET Turbo 172 hp engine, the “only” version of the USM gets a KA24 engine, which although it is durable and has fairly high torque, but does not have the same performance as the AC .
Also in the S13 model, Nissan has introduced a new name for its fastback variant, 180SX. With a futuristic design and pop-up lights, RPS13 is very successful both in Japan and in America, even until the S14 variant entered the production line. Drift & JDM fans certainly know “Sileighty”. Yes, it is a combination of the 180SX body and the S13 front!
And this Sileighty model was launched by the Ignition model for the big Nissan Silvia fans. Nissan Sileighty, is a combination of 2 versions of Silvia S13, the Nissan 180SX that uses the front end of S13. This change was made by drifters because the cost of replacing the front front end of the S13 was much cheaper than 180SX. One of Europe’s famous drifters, Anthony Scott, built a Sileighty with professional drift specs.
In fact, the racing car must prioritize performance rather than appearance. However, due to the drift arena, style is one of the important points, and Skylinepart.com and Anthony Scott have managed to build a competition car with a fresh and fierce look, without forgetting utility as a competition car .
As a brother, after getting to know the history and sweet memories of the S-S12 Sella Nissan S13, you will collect this model of 18 series Sileighty 18 Nissan ignition. Never doubt the quality of Ignition Models’ model cars, just go ahead if you’re interested in hunting, collecting and storing in your store.