His time will come! The car with the blue indicators will have him. LolPMSL!
There's more than a few of those around here! Had a kid/chav/idiot in a body kitted Seat with ridiculously loud exhaust "offer" me the chance to race him at the lights. Couldn't stop laughing at him! Obviously the Blue GTRs are the slowest and give him a chance to win!
Needless to say, his offer was gracefully declined. :chuckle:
Even if we drop the word Skyline, it's still the successor to the R34 GT-R.It is, in spirit of what a Skyline is in the UK.
But not by build. Or to the Japanese.
I agree with that. I used to have the baby R34, the S14 200SX.Nope, where the Skyline name is concerned, the R35 has never been one despite the heritage of the previous 3 incarnations. If you allow it to be called that, you'll be inundated with people whose mate's have got the 'baby Skyline', the 350Z. Nnnnnnnnnnnnnnooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!!!
Absolutely. And the first time they used GT-R was on the 2000GT-R. No mention of Skyline.True, but we have this thing for the word "Skyline" in the UK which I don't understand if you look at the range of vehicles Nissan made.
It's just the name of a family model in reality, like "Focus" is to Ford.
It seems like because we never got the humdrum versions of the Skyline the name came to mean something else. It's the GT-R that makes it special.