Posted some pics of my 1962 Skyline a number of years ago but never got round to posting my vid that I took after I fixed a fuel supply problem.
Its a 1962 BLSID-3 Prince Skyline Deluxe with the 1900cc 4 cylinder G2 engine (originally had a GB4 1900cc), sold new in New Zealand on 4th October 1962. I am the 3rd owner, and have owned it since 1985. These Skylines are said to have been the first Japanese cars sold in New Zealand. The first owners told me that when they went to look at it, they hadn't long been unloaded off the transport ship and were still sitting on the wharf covered in protective grease from the voyage, and that there were 50 Skylines there, all Deluxe sedans. The first owner also gave me the factory Prince radio and toolbox which he had kept when he sold it.
I also have the original Skyline glovebox manual and factory service manual also. Unfortunately its off the road currently as it needs a little bit of rust fixed, and its only a little bit too. Overall its still in good original condition. Cloth seats, front foglights and radio were all standard to the Deluxe sedans. Its actually quite luxurious for a 60's car.