• No.031

Prince Gloria Super 6 (1964 : S41D)

Sedan

Specifications

Overall length / width / height
4,650/1,695/1,480mm
Wheelbase
2,680mm
Tread (front/rear)
1,380/1,400mm
Curb weight
1,320kg (catalog)
Engine
Type G7 (6-cyl. in line, OHC), 1,988cc
Engine Max. power
104kW (142PS)/6,800rpm
Engine Max. torque
165Nm (16.8kgm)/4,400rpm
Suspension (front)
Double wishbone
Suspension (rear)
De Dion leaf
Tires
7.00-13-4PR
  • Note:Competition car
    Winner of 2nd Japan GP (T-VI race)

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Prince Gloria Super 6(1964: S41D)

The first generation Prince Gloria BLSI, a luxury passenger car that made a debut in 1959, shared the body with Skyline ALSI. Gloria was remodeled to the second generation S40 with the modern flat deck style in 1962. “Super 6” was added in 1963 on which 6-cyl. inline SOHC engine “G7” was mounted, which was the first case in 2-liter cars. 1988cc G7 was the first engine in Japan that broke through 100ps, generating 105ps.
This high-powered engine enabled Gloria to be active in the motor sports. At the 2nd Japan Grand Prix “T-VI Race” in 1964, No.39 steered by H. Oishi won the championship and No.38 steered by Y. Sugita finished 2nd. This is the championship spec car.