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  • Prince Motor Company article on ViaRETRO

    Hey guys,

    We're set on regularly featuring J-tin on ViaRETRO. As such, todays article is an attempt at telling the story of the Prince Motor Company.
    We're by no means pro's on the subject, so if anyone in here notices any discrepancies, please do let us know.
    Other than that, I just hope you enjoy the article. If you do, please feel free to leave a reply after the article on our site... ;-)
    In the years just after the Second World War, Japan was in turmoil. All across the country, industry was being rebuilt from scratch. Several company name changes and a merger eventually lead to the existence of the Prince Motor Company. True to their majestic name, they manufactured what was perhaps Japans most premium
    It's not what you drive - it's how you drive it...

    Best Regards,
    Anders.

    JDM '77 Toyota Trueno 1600GT Sprinter (TE61)
    + a handful of classic BMW's from the 60's and 70's.

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    We've just published a follow-up to our first Prince Motor Company story from three weeks ago.
    This time around we dive into their short but illustrious motorsport history and tell the tale of the Skyline 2000GT and not least the R380.
    I hope you guys might enjoy it...
    We recently dived into the short but glorious history of the Prince Motor Company, and told the story of these upmarket Japanese saloons from the fifties and sixties. There's more though. We promised to return for a look at their motorsport history too. It's even shorter, but arguably also even more glorious and full
    It's not what you drive - it's how you drive it...

    Best Regards,
    Anders.

    JDM '77 Toyota Trueno 1600GT Sprinter (TE61)
    + a handful of classic BMW's from the 60's and 70's.

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