To remedy the dearth of PMC posts on here, I’ll begin with something Skyline flavoured… a road test of the very first of the high performance Skylines, that culminated in the legendary GT-R we know today.  This car, the S54B, was developed from the original four cylinder S50 Skyline, by stretching the nose by 200mm in …

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Prince Motor Company products are not at all common in Europe these days, despite being sold in a number of European countries back in the late 1960s. In their day, PMC produced well engineered and rather advanced cars, and they brought a great deal of know-how to Nissan when the companies merged in 1966. For example, the …

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To most people, the name Skyline conjures up images of the high horsepower GT-R models, but the reality in most Skylines are quite mundane four door family cars, often with automatic transmissions and often little four cylinder engines. The four door saloon has been the mainstay of the Skyline range right since its birth, under …

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