• No.359

Gloria Super Deluxe (1969 : PA30)

Sedan

Specifications

Overall length / width / height
4,690/1,695/1,445mm
Wheelbase
2,690mm
Tread (front/rear)
1,385/1,390mm
Curb weight
1,305kg
Engine
G7 (6-cyl. in line OHC) 1,988cc
Engine Max. power
77kw (105ps)/5,200rpm
Engine Max. torque
157Nm (16.0kgfm)/3,600rpm
Suspension (front/rear)
Double wishbone / Parallel leaf
Brakes (front/rear)
Disc / Drum
Tires
6.95-14-4PR tubeless

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Gloria Super Deluxe(1969: PA30)

The third generation “Nissan Gloria A30” made a debut in April 1967 after Prince Motors, Ltd. merged with Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. The development was substantially made by former Prince, but some of the parts and components were shared with Nissan cars. For example, the unique De Dion rear suspension of the Gloria was changed to the conventional parallel leaf rigid.
The A30’s styling looked like a limousine “Nissan Prince Royal” that was unveiled in 1966, and its long and wide body was called “Royal line.” Its 2-liter OHC “G7” engine of Prince Motors since 1963 was changed to “L20” engine of Nissan in October 1969. This car is 1969 Nissan Gloria “Super Deluxe” with the G7 engine.
After the fourth generation model “Gloria 230” rolled out in 1971, Gloria shared the body with the Nissan Cedric.