|.......|| PRINCE TRUCKS
and commercial vehicles from the Prince Motor Company
An electric powered truck based on the E4S/EMS Tama Electric Car.
PRINCE TRUCK AFTF
A double cab version of the 1953 Prince Truck
A delivery van version of the 1953 Prince Truck
PRINCE TRUCK ALPE
The ALPE is a double cab pick-up based on the 1957 Skyway wagon.
PRINCE MILER ARTH
The Miler was powered by either the 1484cc 73hp, 4cyl. G-1 engine (ARTH model) or the 1862cc 96hp. 4cyl. G-2 engine (BRTH model).
PRINCE MILER VAN ARVF
The Miler Van was based on the Miler pick-up. It was powered by either the 1484cc 73hp, 4cyl. G-1 engine (ARVF model) or the 1862cc 96hp. 4cyl. G-2 engine (BRVF model).
PRINCE MILER AT431
In the mid-1960s Prince fell in love with the look of quad headlights, and from 1964 onwards every Prince car or commercial vehicle (with the exception of the Homer) had 4 headlights. The Miler was no exception. The 1964 Miler was powered by the 1484cc 73hp, 4cyl. G-1 engine (AT430A model) and the Super Miler had the 1862cc 96hp. 4cyl. G-2 engine (AT431 model).
PRINCE MILER T440
An update of the Miler, it continued to use the same engines as the previous model.
PRINCE MILER T446
Unlike most of the other Prince models built after the merger the Miler continued to be sold as a Prince and not a Nissan. The Miler line finished in 1970.
PRINCE TRUCK AKTG
Sadly this is the only photo I have been able to locate of the AKTG, which is a cab-over style truck. There was a van version as well called the AKVD.
PRINCE CLIPPER AQTI
The Clipper was powered by the 1484cc 73hp, 4cyl. G-1 engine. Early Clippers have two headlights.
PRINCE CLIPPER BUS AQVH-B
A small bus version of the Clipper truck. A van version was also available (AQVH)
PRINCE CLIPPER T631
The Clipper was powered by the 1484cc 73hp, 4cyl. G-1 engine (T630 model) ,there was also a Super Clipper powered by the 1862cc 96hp. 4cyl. G-2 engine (T631 model).
NISSAN CLIPPER T65
After the Nissan/Prince merger the Clipper was sold as a Nissan Clipper. The T65 was powered by the 1982cc 4cyl. Nissan H20 engine.
PRINCE HOMER T640
The T640 was fitted with the G-1 series 1484cc Prince engine from the Skyline 1500.
DATSUN HOMER T641
After the Nissan/Prince merger the Prince Homer became the Datsun Homer, and was sold in Japan as the Nissan Homer. The T641 Homer was powered by a single carb version of the Datsun Fairlady 1600's 1595cc 4 cyl. R series engine that produced 81hp. Very early T641 Homers use the old style Prince steering and suspension components, most have a lighter Nissan designed running gear. Datsun Homers have the 'cat's whiskers' grille, Prince Homers have 8 large oval slots for a grille.
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