The Fixation is a new series of posts focused on… well, fixations. Unlike our regular posting schedule, yet much like the fixations that have laid victim to many-a-coveting, lusting men, these posts will come without measured planning (though we’ll aim for a weekly basis). There is no true rhyme or reason behind the uncontrollable yearning of a man’s fixation; a moment that flirts with the dangerous line of ruined caution as he makes an innocent trip to get coffee and returns having acquired a three paycheck timepiece*, or “accidentally” having purchased a vehicle on eBay*, or in a moment of slightly drunken stupor, stumbled out of an Apple Store with bags full of kit*. No, the products you’ll see in this series are not traditional Gear Patrol faire per se, but rather, the documented evidence of an illogical, nonsensical want. We are men after all, and what are without the occasional flaw?
Little know known about this classic 1968 Datsun 2000 Roadster except for the fact that it is currently located at Classic Cars Dallas, it was famously referred to as the “Fairlady Roadster”, and that I want it. Damn you Google… Damn you.
More photos after the jump.
* – for the record, these incidents have actually happened to GP writers who choose to be unnamed.
1968 Datsun 2000 Roadster Gallery
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