POSTED ON 1/4/2013
Also called Hakosuka
310,447 units sold
Assembly Musashimurayama, Japan
Body style 4-door sedan
5-door station wagon
Layout FR layout
Engine 1.5 L G15 OHC I4
1.8 L G18 OHC I4
2.0L G-7 OHC I6
2.0 L L20 OHC I6 (2000GT)
2.0 L S20 DOHC I6 (GT-R)
Wheelbase 2,640 mm (103.9 in) (sedan)
Length 4,430 mm (174.4 in) (sedan)
Width 1,595 mm (62.8 in)
Height 1,405 mm (55.3 in) (sedan)
Related Nissan Laurel
Designer(s) Shinichiro Sakurai” Text From Wikipedia
“The C10 series of 1968, which began its development under Prince at the company’s Ogikubo R&D centre in the suburbs of Tokyo, was marketed with a Nissan badge. By the time the C10 went on sale, the Prince nameplate had been completely phased out on cars and trucks. The dealer network selling the cars became the Prince channel of Nissan, and the marketing group stayed at the Prince headquarters in Mita instead of moving to Nissan’s headquarters in Ginza. The C10 Skyline was launched with Prince’s 1.5 L OHC G15 I4 like the S57. A 1.8 L G18 version was also available. A station wagon variant, known previously as the Prince Skyway, was offered with this generation. A hardtop coupÃ© was introduced in October 1970.
The brake lights and tail lights were modified to square units, but now included dual units for both the left and right side of the vehicle.” Text From Wikipedia
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@koukimonsta86 after I get paid let’s go get one,?
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