1990 Nissan Skyline GTR
104,000 km or 64,623 miles
Modena wheels (F40 clone)
Look it’s a Ferrari F40!….nope just kidding, it’s another Nissan Skyline! But the wheels really do look like an F40’s wheels. An interesting touch, if we do say so ourselves. This particular 1990 Skyline GTR is otherwise pretty standard. You have your basic bolt-on upgrades, an interior that was mostly left alone, and the standard GTR driving experience, AKA fun. It does have it’s flaws, yes, mostly in the paint. But most near-30-year-old cars with original paint usually do. These days, the mileage is bordering on the lower side, and the car runs and drives quite well. With the good people of Japan catching on to us sneaky ‘Mericans buying up their Skylines, the prices are climbing, and quickly. If you are considering snagging a GTR before things (potentially) scale the summit pricewise, this might be the option for you!
Entering production in August 1989, the R32 Skyline GT-R was revolutionary in it’s class. It was nicknamed “Godzilla” in Australia due to it’s ability to outperform the V8 muscle cars that were popular during the time. With a 276hp 2.6L twin-turbo inline 6 and all-wheel drive, it could dominate on the drag strip or road course. The motor was matched to a 5 speed Getrag manual with a final drive ratio of 4.111. Also available was a 4 wheel steering system, helping the GT-R utilize all of it’s available grip. With a plethora of aftermarket parts and tuning it’s possible to push 1000hp from the GT-R.
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Engine Type: Gasoline
Engine Size: 2.6L
Transmission Type: 5 Speed Manual
Body Color: Gun Grey Metallic
Chassis Number (VIN): BNR32005023
Model: Skyline GTR