1964 Skyline 2000GT

1964 Skyline 2000GT: Thinking that victories on the racing circuit would spur sales, Prince mounted the G7 engine from the Gloria into the Skyline and produced the required 100 units to gain official approval. The car (launched on the 1st May 1964) was entered in the 2nd Japan GP in 1964. A Porsche 904 won the race, but Skylines monopolized the 2nd to 6th places. It soon became famous for its performance and development continued, producing the GT-B, launched in February 1965.
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Shiro Nakamura honored at the International Automobile Festival in Paris

Shiro Nakamura honored at the International Automobile Festival in Paris