In 1960s America, the Japanese automobile was seen as a "second-class" inferior. In spite of it all, men dared to dream of building a world-beating Japanese sports car. Through the innovative zeal of Yutaka Katayama, now reverently known as "Mr. K," and the genius of designer Yoshihiko Matsuo, this dream became reality in the form of the legendary sports car, the Nissan Fairlady Z.
Known as the Datsun 240z in America, this automobile was an unprecedented success and is still beloved today. The dramatic story of these men who refused to be beaten by the hardships they encountered will inspire all who read it.
Story and art by Akira Yokoyama.