Included in the line-up is the entire Skyline catalog, from the C10 all the way to the R34, plus the R35. Other distinguishing features include flared front and rear wheel arches. These were the last Skylines seen in South Africa. The S50-3 was the last Prince model to use the G-1 engine. Race replicas were the order of the day in here.
The 4-speed available on some models was retained, and was upgraded with -style manual controls. Archived from on 2 February 2014. This includes: Hollowing out the side door beams. Archived from on December 3, 2013. The drive shaft was the hardest part to find, I ended up using an rb30 vl commy manual drive shaft because someone i know has used one and it worked fine but it didn't work for mine as the hanger bearing sits too far forward, I had to make my own bracket to make the drive shaft fit.
In a major departure from previous generations, the V37 Skyline is only available as a 4-door sedan. I don't know if it's because they are pretty cheap at the moment or just not that common or what. Auto Katalog 1979 in German. Archived from on February 15, 2014. This is their R30 Skyline yard, which makes no sense as the shop is called R31 House and there is literally no crossover in parts between the two generations. Which is fine for starters.
On Deluxe models the side strip design remained the same. Picked up a whole rear assembly from an e series falcon off a mate. But more on this car on a spotlight — it deserves a closer look. This was also when the Skyline first appeared in several European export markets, such as Germany. Archived from on 9 December 2014. The Skyline Coupe went on sale on October 2, 2007.
The vehicle was unveiled at Nissan Galleries nationwide beginning on April 18, 2009, and later with all seven body colour variants at Nissan Galleries. By the time the C10 went on sale, the Prince nameplate had been completely phased out on cars and trucks. So we pulled the center apart anyway and gave it a good cleanout. The commercial model Nissan Prince Skyline 1500 Van DeLuxe V51B formerly known as 1500 until October 1966 In 1966, Nissan and Prince merged and the S50 also appeared with Nissan Prince Skyline badging. Keen-eyeds reader will spot the Autech variant of the R32 four-door at the far right.
The turbo core changed from a sleeve bearing to a ball bearing, but the turbine itself remained ceramic, except on N1 turbos steel turbine, sleeve bearing. The intercooler outlet side and rear turbo dump pipe had temperature probes fitted in the V-spec models. Pretty sure it should suit my 7psi needs. Archived from on January 10, 2012. I sort of drifted off and just let my camera do the talking.
There was no , no turbocharger, and no version, a decision which extended to all later Skylines. The facelift model launched in Australia during November 1983. This is where the day-to-day operations are run from, as well as being the place where customers are greeted and are able wait while their cars are being worked on. I also bought some new aftermarket water temp, oil pressure and volts gauge since Aussie built r31's have shit wiring and none of the standard ones work apart from fuel, speedo, and rpm gauge. Commercial variants remained available, also equipped with the new engine. Archived from on March 16, 2012. The R31 series were also the only models in the Skyline family to feature a four-door variation.
A stronger six-speed Getrag gearbox was used. The chassis was already designed to fit a straight six, to avoid the S54 extension problem. Archived from on December 9, 2014. The large center bar was absent and instead a pair of fog lights are mounted just inside of the front turn signals. Top Secret did tune a V35, but replaced the with a V8 Twin Turbo.