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NISSAN CEDRIC 
130 SERIES
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The second generation Nissan Cedric.
 
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NISSAN CEDRIC 130 SERIES  Mark 1  -  1966
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The replacement for the 31 series Cedric, the 130 series, was a radical departure from the previous model, in a number of ways. The 130 series was a complete change of direction for Nissan, not just in terms of the appearence of the car, but also the manufacturing processes and a general philosophy about where the car sat in the international marketplace. 

The 130 went into production in October 1965, and went on sale early in 1966. The previous model had been designed completely in house at Nissan, but for the 130 series a contract to design the car was given to the Pininfarina design studio in Italy. What Pininfarina came up with was something that, not surprisingly, had a very Italian feel. Although it's overall length was almost identical to the 30/31 series, it's height was a full 50mm less, which gave it the appearence of being much longer. The thin pillars, flat roofline and large glass area gave it a light and airy feel to the glasshouse area. The new car sat on smaller 13 inch wheels (the 31 had 14 inch), which were spread further apart on it's longer wheelbase. 

The manufacturing process was greatly simplified thanks to there now being only one sedan body on which all the different models were based. The previuos 31 series had four completely different wheelbase lengths to accomodate the 4 and 6 cylinder engines, as well as different length front and back doors depending on which specification was required. The was all done away with for the 130, which had the same body regardless of whether it was a top of the line Special Six or a base model Standard 4 cylinder. 

Nissan also realised that the type of person interested in buying this class of vehicle expected more in terms of performence than that which a 4 cylinder engine could deliver. They answered this by making the 1992cc 109hp OHV 6cyl. J20 engine the standard engine for the Custom and Standard models, and then offering the 1983cc 99hp OHV 4cyl. H20 engine as an optional base model engine. Also introduced at this time was the new L20 1998cc OHC 6cyl. engine, which produced 123hp. This was Nissan's first overhead cam engine, with much of the development work having been carried out by Yamaha Motor. The L series engine was and engineering masterpiece. Powerful and virtually indestructable, it became the cornerstone to Nissan's radid expansion throughout the late 1960s and 1970s, and remained the primary engine series used by Nissan right into the mid-1980s. Datsun 510 and 240Z owners all claim the L series engine as their own, but the fact remains that the L series engine was initially designed and built for the 130 series Cedric, it was years before it was fitted to any other vehicles. The L20 fitted to the Cedric (later refered to as the L20A, after the introduction of the 4 cylinder L20B engine) was fitted with two Hitachi side drought carburetors similar to those used on the Fairlady. 
A Diesel version with the SD22 4cyl. 2164cc 70hp engine was also available. 
 

  
Standard model grille
  
The Custom Six grille
 
Special Six grille
Nissan may have made life simpler for themselves by reducing the number of different bodies down to only one, but they made things more complex by having different grilles for each model. The grille on the Custom Six model has 6 horizontal bars and 4 vertical bars. It has a red badge in the centre with Nissan on top and a Cedric Star below. The grille on the Standard model has 9 horizontal bars, with the 2nd and 6th bars being slightly thicker. The grille badge is the same as the Custom, except it is black instead of red. The grille on the Special Six model has one wider full-length horizontal bar that goes under the headlight binnacles, with 5 thin horizontal bars above it and 3 below. It has a Cedric Star emblem in the middle and a Special badge to the right. The tail lights are approximately 200mm tall and 170mm wide, with an amber indicator on top, a stop light in the middle and a clear reversing light on the bottom. 

The badges on the Standard Six say Cedric Six on the side and the back. The badges on the Custom Six say Cedric Custom Six on the side and the back. The badges on the Special Six say Cedric Special Six on the side and the back. The badges on the Standard four cylinder model say Cedric on the side and the back. The badges on the deLuxe four cylinder model say Cedric deLuxe on the side and the back.  

The dashboard has 4 round dials around a bar speedo. It now has fake plastic wood on the dashboard instead of real wood.   
 

  
Rear of the 1966 Nissan Cedric
  
The dashboard of the 1966 Cedric.
 
The 130 was available in a bewildering variety of different model variations, there are at least 35 different model variations that I know of. 

The main models available in 1966 are - 
130 - Cedric 4 Cylinder - 1982cc 4 cyl engine. Has painted door window frames, smaller hubcaps that only partially cover the whole wheel, only one sunvisor and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Cedric'. 
P130D - Cedric Custom - 1973cc 6 cyl engine. Has stainless steel door window frames, hubcaps that cover the whole wheel, stainless steel roof drip channel mouldings and cloth upholstery. Side emblems say 'Cedric Custom Six'. 
P130S - Cedric Standard - 1973cc 6 cyl engine. Has painted door window frames, smaller hubcaps that only partially cover the whole wheel, only one sunvisor and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Cedric Six'. 
WP130 - Cedric Station Wagon - 1973cc 6 cyl engine. Has stainless steel door window frames, hubcaps that cover the whole wheel, stainless steel roof drip channel mouldings and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Cedric Wagon Six'. 
VP130 - Cedric Van - 1973cc 6 cyl engine. Has painted door window frames, smaller hubcaps that only partially cover the whole wheel, only one sunvisor and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Cedric Six'. 
Q130 - Cedric Standard Diesel - Is the same as the Standard but has the SD22 4cyl. 2164cc 70hp Diesel engine with a 3 speed gearbox. 
H130 - Cedric Special Six - 1998cc 123hp OHC 6cyl twin carb engine. Has stainless steel door window frames, hubcaps that cover the whole wheel, stainless steel roof drip channel mouldings, bucket seats and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Cedric Special Six'. 

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NISSAN CEDRIC 130 SERIES  Mark 2  -  1967
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The Mark 2 entered production on October 1966 and went on sale early in 1967. For 1967 there were some minor changes to the front and rear of the 130, but the rest of the car remained unchanged. But 1967 is best remembered as being the year Nissan went completely mad with model variations and alternative badging. In all there are a staggering 68 different model variations for 1967 alone.  

The tail lights on the Mark 2 are very different to the Mark 1, they are now about 300mm long and 80mm tall, with a rectangular reversing light and a round reflector underneath. The tail lights, reflectors, reversing lights, emblems and number plate holder are all enclosed in a rectangular 'box' that is the with of the car and about 150mm tall. The bumpers now have rubber blocks on the over riders on the upper spec models and no over riders on the lower models. 

The design of the grilles were altered for 1967. The grille on the deLuxe Six and Personal Six has one wide horizontal bar in the middle that goes under the headlight clusters, it has 6 thin horizontal bars above it and 3 thin bars below. The Standard model has one wide horizontal bar in the middle that goes between the headlight cluster, but does not go all the way under them like the Wagon grille. It has 5 thin horizontal bars above the wide middle bar, and 3 below it. The grille in the Special Six and Super Six has one wide horizontal bar in the middle that goes under the headlight clusters, it has 5 thin horizontal bars above it and 3 thin bars below. Behind the top 5 horizontal bars there are 9 double rows of vertical bars. 
 

  
Grille of the 1967 Cedric Standard

Grille of the 1967 Personal Six
Grille of the 1967 Special Six

By now Nissan had realised that the Cedric name was costing them potential sales. From 1967 onwards the Cedric name would no longer be used in most export markets, and the car would be known simply as the 2000. Nissan had another problem with names, that being the use of the Nissan brand to sell it's upmarket models. The Datsun name by now was well established around the world, but the Nissan name was something of a mystery to many people. In 1967 the decision was made to sell the car in most export markets as a Datsun rather than a Nissan. The car continued to be sold as the Nissan Cedric in Japan and parts of Asia, but to the rest of the world it was now the Datsun 2000. 

The badges on the sides say either Cedric, Datsun 2000 in chrome, and next to them in gold either Special Six, Super Six, Personal Six or deLuxe Six, depending on the model. At the back of the car, under the right side tail light, there is a badge that says Datsun 2000 or Cedric. On the left side there is a rectangulat badge that says either Special Six, Super Six, Personal Six or deLuxe Six. On Standard models there is no badge on the left side.

 
 
 
New tail light design of the 1967 Cedric
 
The different models available in 1967 are -
130 - Standard - 1982cc 4 cyl engine. Has painted door window frames, smaller hubcaps that only partially cover the whole wheel, only one sunvisor and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Cedric'. 
P130 - Deluxe Six - 1973cc 6 cyl engine. Has stainless steel door window frames, hubcaps that cover the whole wheel, stainless steel roof drip channel mouldings and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Datsun 2000 Deluxe Six' or 'Cedric Deluxe Six'. 
P130S - Personal Six - 1973cc 6 cyl engine. Has painted door window frames, smaller hubcaps that only partially cover the whole wheel and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Datsun 2000 Personal Six' or 'Cedric Personal Six'. 
WP130 - Wagon Six - 1973cc 6 cyl engine. Has stainless steel door window frames, hubcaps that cover the whole wheel, stainless steel roof drip channel mouldings and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Datsun 2000 Wagon Six' or 'Cedric Wagon Six'. 
VP130 - Cedric Van - 1973cc 6 cyl engine. Has painted door window frames, smaller hubcaps that only partially cover the whole wheel, only one sunvisor and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Cedric Six'. 
Q130 - Cedric Diesel - Is the same as the Standard but has the SD22 4cyl. 2164cc 70hp Diesel engine with a 3 speed gearbox. 
H130 - Cedric Super Six - 1998cc 123hp OHC 6cyl twin carb engine. Has stainless steel door window frames, hubcaps that cover the whole wheel, stainless steel roof drip channel mouldings, bucket seats and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Datsun 2000 Super Six' or 'Cedric Super Six'. 
H130 - Cedric Special Six - 1998cc 123hp OHC 6cyl twin carb engine. Has stainless steel door window frames, hubcaps that cover the whole wheel, stainless steel roof drip channel mouldings, bucket seats and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Datsun 2000 Special Six' or 'Cedric Special Six'. 
 
 
 
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NISSAN CEDRIC WAGON WP130  Mark 2 1/2  -  1967.5
(1967 and a half model)
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.1967.5 Cedric Personal Six
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In February 1967 production began on a model Nissan refer to as the 1967.5 model (1967 and a half model). There were two major changes at this time. The most noticable change happened to the Wagon version, which had it's tail gate opening significantly enlarged. Details about this change can be found on the 130 Wagons page of this website. 

The biggest change for the sedan happened to the engines at this time. The threads used on both engines went from imperial to metric. Also the crankshaft on the H20 went from being a 3 bearing crank to a 5 bearing crank.  The rest of the vehicle is mostly unchanged from the 1967 model. 
 

  
Interior of the 1967.5 Nissan Cedric
  
Back view of the 1967.5 Cedric Standard
The different models available in the 1967 and a half model are -
130 - Standard - 1982cc 4 cyl engine. Has painted door window frames, smaller hubcaps that only partially cover the whole wheel, only one sunvisor and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Cedric'. 
P130 - Deluxe Six - 1973cc 6 cyl engine. Has stainless steel door window frames, hubcaps that cover the whole wheel, stainless steel roof drip channel mouldings and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Datsun 2000 Deluxe Six' or 'Cedric Deluxe Six'. 
P130S - Personal Six - 1973cc 6 cyl engine. Has painted door window frames, smaller hubcaps that only partially cover the whole wheel and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Datsun 2000 Personal Six' or 'Cedric Personal Six'. 
WP130 - Wagon Six - 1973cc 6 cyl engine. Has stainless steel door window frames, hubcaps that cover the whole wheel, stainless steel roof drip channel mouldings and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Datsun 2000 Wagon Six' or 'Cedric Wagon Six'. 
VP130 - Cedric Van - 1973cc 6 cyl engine. Has painted door window frames, smaller hubcaps that only partially cover the whole wheel, only one sunvisor and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Cedric Six'. 
Q130 - Cedric Diesel - Is the same as the Standard but has the SD22 4cyl. 2164cc 70hp Diesel engine with a 3 speed gearbox. 
H130 - Cedric Super Six - 1998cc 123hp OHC 6cyl twin carb engine. Has stainless steel door window frames, hubcaps that cover the whole wheel, stainless steel roof drip channel mouldings, bucket seats and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Datsun 2000 Super Six' or 'Cedric Super Six'. 
H130 - Cedric Special Six - 1998cc 123hp OHC 6cyl twin carb engine. Has stainless steel door window frames, hubcaps that cover the whole wheel, stainless steel roof drip channel mouldings, bucket seats and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Datsun 2000 Special Six' or 'Cedric Special Six'.
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NISSAN CEDRIC 130 SERIES  Mark 3  -  1968
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Nissan continued it's trend of changing the tail lights on the Cedric with the introduction of the 1968 model. This model went into production in October 1967 and went on sale early in 1968.

The car remained largely unchanged, the only major difference being at the back of the car. The 1968 model has tail lights that are shaped like a 'C', with the top section being an amber indicator and the lower section a red stop light. In the middle of the 'C' is a clear reversing light. There is a large rectangular badge on the boot (trunk) lid that says either Datsun 2000 or Cedric. The badges on the sides say either Cedric, Datsun 2000 in chrome, and next to them in gold either Special Six, Super Six, Personal Six or deLuxe Six, depending on the model. Grilles and bumbers all remained the same as the previous model.
 

 

  
1968 deLuxe Six grille
 
1968 Standard grille
 
1968 Special Six grille
The engines all remained the same as the previous model, with the 1992cc 109hp OHV 6cyl. J20 engine for the Standard models, the L20 1998cc 123hp OHC 6cyl. engine for the Special Six and Super Six, and the 1983cc 99hp OHV 4cyl. H20 engine as an optional base model engine. A Diesel version with the SD22 4cyl. 2164cc 70hp engine was also available.
 
 
  
1973cc 6 cylinder J20 engine.
  
Tail lights of the 1968 Cedric.
 
The different models available in the 1967 and a half model are -
130 - Standard - 1982cc 4 cyl engine. Has painted door window frames, smaller hubcaps that only partially cover the whole wheel, only one sunvisor and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Cedric'. 
P130 - Deluxe Six - 1973cc 6 cyl engine. Has stainless steel door window frames, hubcaps that cover the whole wheel, stainless steel roof drip channel mouldings and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Datsun 2000 Deluxe Six' or 'Cedric Deluxe Six'. 
P130S - Personal Six - 1973cc 6 cyl engine. Has painted door window frames, smaller hubcaps that only partially cover the whole wheel and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Datsun 2000 Personal Six' or 'Cedric Personal Six'. 
WP130 - Wagon Six - 1973cc 6 cyl engine. Has stainless steel door window frames, hubcaps that cover the whole wheel, stainless steel roof drip channel mouldings and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Datsun 2000 Wagon Six' or 'Cedric Wagon Six'. 
VP130 - Cedric Van - 1973cc 6 cyl engine. Has painted door window frames, smaller hubcaps that only partially cover the whole wheel, only one sunvisor and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Cedric Six'. 
Q130 - Cedric Diesel - Is the same as the Standard but has the SD22 4cyl. 2164cc 70hp Diesel engine with a 3 speed gearbox. 
H130 - Cedric Super Six - 1998cc 123hp OHC 6cyl twin carb engine. Has stainless steel door window frames, hubcaps that cover the whole wheel, stainless steel roof drip channel mouldings, bucket seats and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Datsun 2000 Super Six' or 'Cedric Super Six'. 
H130 - Cedric Special Six - 1998cc 123hp OHC 6cyl twin carb engine. Has stainless steel door window frames, hubcaps that cover the whole wheel, stainless steel roof drip channel mouldings, bucket seats and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Datsun 2000 Special Six' or 'Cedric Special Six'. 
 
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NISSAN CEDRIC 130 SERIES  Mark 4  -  1969
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The Mark 4 entered production in September 1968 and went on sale late in 1968. The Mark 4 has a new frontal design with a new grille opening and headlight surrounds, and taller bumpers that are also set slightly higher. The new design required new guards (fenders), a new bonnet (hood), a new radiator support panel and a new front apron. The side indicators feature a vent grille behind them. 

New vehicle safety standards in the USA came into affect in 1967, and other countries soon started to follow the lead of the USA. As a result of the new standards radical changes had to be made to the cars to meet the new requirements. One of the biggest problems was designing dashboards to meet the new standards. Dashboards now had to be deformable upon impact, and significantly reduce glare in the driver's field of vision. This meant that any highly polished chrome on the dash was now banned, as was glass. Instruments had to be recessed, and even the timber finish on the dash had to be dull. All this had a catastrophic affect on the appearence of dashboards. Gone were the ornate timber and chrome dashboards of the earlier Cedrics, and in their place was a sea of dull black plastic. Nissan didn't do too bad a job of the safety dash on the Mark 4 130s, some other car makers at this time made some truly horrible dashes, at least the Cedric dash had a bit of style about it. The dash itself had dull fake timber inserts and a wide and short recessed instrument binnacle. 
 

 
1969 Standard grille
1969 deLuxe Six grille
 
1969 Special Six grille
 
They continued using the 1992cc 109hp OHV 6cyl. J20 engine the standard engine for most models, as well as offering the 1983cc 99hp OHV 4cyl. H20 engine as an optional base model engine. A Diesel version with the SD22 4cyl. 2164cc 70hp engine was also available. The top specification Special Six, Super Six and Personal Six models recieved the new 2263cc 123hp OHC 6cyl L23 engine. 
The deLuxe Six and Super Six has a grille with a series of horizontal rectangles that are stacked 4 high and 5 across. The Standard and Personal Six models has a grille that has 49 vertical bars. The Special Six has a grille with 9 long rectangles stacked 3 high and 3 across. The new tail light design features large rectangular assemblies with an amber indicator on the outside, a reversing light on the inside, and a stop light inbetween. 

The badges on the sides say either Cedric, Datsun 2000 or Datsun 2300 in chrome, and next to them in gold either Special Six, Super Six, Personal Six or deLuxe Six, depending on the model. On the boot lid (trunk) in the middle there is a large rectangular badge that says either Cedric, Cedric 2300, Datsun, Datsun 2000 or Datsun 2300. To the right of this, above the tail light, there will be a gold badge that says either Special Six, Super Six, Personal Six or deLuxe Six. 
 

  
Tail lights of the 1968 Nissan Cedric
  
New black plastic safety dash
 
The different models available in 1968 are -
130S - Standard - 1982cc 4 cyl engine. Has painted door window frames, smaller hubcaps that only partially cover the whole wheel, only one sunvisor and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Cedric'. 
P130 - Deluxe Six - 1973cc 6 cyl engine. Has stainless steel door window frames, hubcaps that cover the whole wheel, stainless steel roof drip channel mouldings and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Cedric Deluxe Six'. 
G130S - Personal Six - 2263cc 6 cyl engine. Has painted door window frames, smaller hubcaps that only partially cover the whole wheel and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Datsun 2300 Personal Six' or 'Cedric Personal Six'. 
P130S - Personal Six - 1973cc 6 cyl engine. Has painted door window frames, smaller hubcaps that only partially cover the whole wheel and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Cedric Personal Six'. 
WP130 - Wagon Six - 1973cc 6 cyl engine. Has stainless steel door window frames, hubcaps that cover the whole wheel, stainless steel roof drip channel mouldings and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Cedric Wagon Six'. 
VP130 - Van Six - 1973cc 6 cyl engine. Has painted door window frames, smaller hubcaps that only partially cover the whole wheel, only one sunvisor and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Cedric Six'. 
Q130 - Cedric Diesel - Is the same as the Standard but has the SD22 4cyl. 2164cc 70hp Diesel engine with a 3 speed gearbox. 
G130V -  Super Six - 2263cc OHC 6cyl engine. Has stainless steel door window frames, hubcaps that cover the whole wheel, stainless steel roof drip channel mouldings, bucket seats and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Datsun 2300 Super Six' or 'Cedric Super Six'. Has 'Super Six' emblem in the grille. 
G130 - Cedric Special Six - 2263cc OHC 6cyl engine. Has stainless steel door window frames, hubcaps that cover the whole wheel, stainless steel roof drip channel mouldings, bucket seats and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Datsun 2000 Special Six' or 'Cedric Special Six'.
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NISSAN CEDRIC 130 SERIES  Mark 5  -  1970
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The last version of the 130 series went into production in October 1969 and went on sale early 1970. Cosmetically there were very few alterations made from the Mark 4 model. The Super Six and Special Six models got a new grille, with a wide horizontal bar at the top and the bottom, and 8 thin horizontal bars inbetween. All the other grilles stayed unchanged, as did the tail lights and bumbers. The upper spec casr all got new more ornate hubcaps. 

The big changes for the Mark 5 were all under the bonnet. The Special Six, Super Six and Personal deLuxe 2400 were now fitted with the new 2393cc 130hp OHC L24 engine. Also the pushrod 2 litre 6 cylinder J20 engine was dropped and replaced with the L20 1998cc OHC 6 cylinder engine. The 1983cc 99hp OHV 4cylinder H20 engine continued as an optional base model engine, and the SD22 4cyl. 2164cc 70hp diesel engine was also available. 

The Personal Six model is now known as the Personal deLuxe. The badges on the sides of the car say either Cedric, Datsun 2000 or Datsun 2400 in chrome, and next to them in gold either Special Six, Super Six, or Personal deLuxe, depending on the model. On the boot lid (trunk) in the middle there is a large rectangular badge that says either Cedric, Cedric 2400, Datsun, Datsun 2000 or Datsun 2400. To the right of this, above the tail light, there will be a gold badge that says either Special Six, Super Six, or Personal deLuxe.

Production of the 130 series ended in January 1971.
 
 

  
New 1970 Special Six grille
  
The back of the 1970 Personal deLuxe
 
The different models available in 1970 are -
130S - Standard - 1982cc 4 cyl engine. Has painted door window frames, smaller hubcaps that only partially cover the whole wheel, only one sunvisor and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Cedric'. 
H130V - Custom Six - 1998cc 6 cyl OHC engine. Has stainless steel door window frames, hubcaps that cover the whole wheel, stainless steel roof drip channel mouldings and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Cedric Custom Six'. 
G130Q - Personal Deluxe Six - 2393cc 6 cyl OHC engine. Has painted door window frames, smaller hubcaps that only partially cover the whole wheel and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Datsun 2400 Personal Six' or 'Cedric Personal Six'. 
H130Q - Personal Deluxe Six - 1998cc 6 cyl OHC engine. Has painted door window frames, smaller hubcaps that only partially cover the whole wheel and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Cedric Personal Six'. 
WH130 - Wagon Six - 1998cc 6 cyl OHC engine. Has stainless steel door window frames, hubcaps that cover the whole wheel, stainless steel roof drip channel mouldings and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Cedric Wagon Six'. 
VH130 - Van deLuxe Six - 1998cc 6 cyl OHC engine. Has painted door window frames, smaller hubcaps that only partially cover the whole wheel, only one sunvisor and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Cedric Six'. 
Q130 - Cedric Diesel - Is the same as the Standard but has the SD22 4cyl. 2164cc 70hp Diesel engine with a 3 speed gearbox. 
G130 -  Super Six - 2393cc OHC 6cyl. Has stainless steel door window frames, hubcaps that cover the whole wheel, stainless steel roof drip channel mouldings, bucket seats and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Datsun 2400 Super Six' or 'Cedric Super Six'. Has 'Super Six' emblem in the grille. 
 G130 - Cedric Special Six - 2393cc OHC 6cyl engine. Has stainless steel door window frames, hubcaps that cover the whole wheel, stainless steel roof drip channel mouldings, bucket seats and vinyl upholstery. Side emblems say 'Datsun 2400 Special Six' or 'Cedric Special Six'. 
 
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