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Prince Skyway : 1960

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n/a 4-cylinder 70.0 n/a
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Fuji Precision Machinery (later the Prince Motor Co., Ltd.) launched the Skyline (ALSID) in April 1957.

A van model was also available, called the Skyway; its 1,500cc engine was the same as the sedan, but it had a different rear suspension. Type 2 appeared in 1959, with maximum output increased by 10PS to 70PS.

Specifications.
• Overall length / width / height: 4,420/1,680/1,590mm
• Wheelbase: 2,535mm
• Tread (front/rear): 1,340/1,380mm
• Curb weight: 1,410kg
• Engine: GA4 (4-cyl. in line, OHV), 1,484cc
• Max. power: 51kW (70PS)/4,800rpm
• Max. torque: 113Nm (11.5kgm)/3,600rpm
• Suspension: (front) Double wishbone, (rear) Parallel semi-elliptic leaf
• Tires: 6.00-14-4PR (rear: 6PR)
• Seating capacity / Max. load capacity: 3 (6) / 500kg

(source: Nissan)


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1960 Prince Skyway.

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