1960_Skyway

1960 Skyway: 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.
    • 2400 x 1800
    • 1200 x 1200
Driver Tetsu Ikuzawa's No. 41 Skyline GT Overtakes the Porsche 904

Driver Tetsu Ikuzawa's No. 41 Skyline GT Overtakes the Porsche 904

A Group of Volunteer Employees Help Recreate the Skyline GT

A Group of Volunteer Employees Help Recreate the Skyline GT

The Birth of Miss Fairlady

The Birth of Miss Fairlady

The Birth of Miss Fairlady

The Birth of Miss Fairlady

The Birth of Miss Fairlady

The Birth of Miss Fairlady

The Birth of Miss Fairlady

The Birth of Miss Fairlady

The Birth of Miss Fairlady

The Birth of Miss Fairlady

Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura

Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura

Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura

Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura

Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura

Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura

Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura

Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura

Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura

Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura

Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura

Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura

Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura

Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura

Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura

Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura

Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura

Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura

Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura

Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura

Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura

Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura

Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura

Roadmap to Destiny: Fuji & Sakura

Nissan Displays

Nissan Displays

1997 Nissan Maxima

1997 Nissan Maxima

1997 Nissan Maxima

1997 Nissan Maxima

1997 Nissan Maxima

1997 Nissan Maxima

1971 240Z East African Safari Rally

1971 240Z East African Safari Rally