One of the most coveted Nissan Skyline R34 GT-R models in the United States has hit the market and is forced to trade hands for supercar level money.
The Skyline GT-R is a 2001 V-Spec II variant and apparently one of 16 R34 models that were officially imported into the United States by MotoRex in the early 2000’s. As if this was not enough to sell you your kidneys or your home, perhaps the car was driven extensively by the will of the late Paul Walker.
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Hive Auto Group The car is selling and noting that it has the same Bayside Blue exterior finish that is famous for the Walker-powered R34 GT-R. Fast and furious. It is fully road legal and registered in California and has gone through several costly and desirable changes.
Starting with the suspension, the famous Japanese sports car now sits on an electronically compatible ten coilover. It also has a Tein TE37 Saga wheel that fits perfectly with the design of the car. There is also a stainless steel drainage system and a distinctive gold BF Goodrich Lever. The list confirms that it is # 672 among the 1855 V-Spec II models produced by Nissan.
With that in mind, the car is equipped with a 2.6-liter twin-turbocharged inline-six engine that pumps 276 hp (206 kW) and 289 lb-ft (392 Nm) of torque from the factory. However, the car was built during the Japanese ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ where car manufacturers in the country limited their high-performance models to 276 hp. In fact, it is probably much more proud than that.
The list states that the car has recently been fitted with new tires and has been completed with all its original import documents. It has traveled 21,000 miles (~ 33,700 km) and is clearly cared for.
For the price, although we don’t know the exact figures, we suspect it will be “more than you can afford”.