great post :clap:I disagree with that view point. When the R32 GTR was launched it had the best technology for its time. HICAS, 4WD system ect ect.
I am a big fan of the R32, in my opinion its the best one.
But I think the GTR is an iconic car. Nissan has shown the world that you dont need 100k to own a supercar.
I personally think the R33 got too fat and round, but thats my personal opinion.
Anyway, lets all love the 3 letter badge. GTR
:chuckle: "m8" is not a real word!
It has become completely commonplace to say "I could of" instead of "I could have" or "I could've" nowadays.
I also think some people need to look up the meaning of "literally", as in "I literally laughed my head off". Really? Your head fell off? How did you manage to type that then? :runaway:
Back on topic, I'm surprised Amar hasn't popped on here to comment.
I was told recently about a guy that walked in to an HPC with £100k and said i want a GTR and can you to make it go faster than stock........so there are some people like that about still!Off topic I know but I can't stand it when people say 'pacific' rather than 'specific'. Even the BBC news presenters do it, gah!!!
On topic, if I were a multi-millionaire I might take SVM up on that offer, simply because I could. Perhaps they'll find one.:chuckle:
Interesting. Every day's a school day! I literally doth my cap to you.Not saying i agree - although far from qualified to disagree either but
Sadly, Jamie Redknapp is literally correct – Telegraph Blogs
They might want the reasurance that its sold for a certain price before spending more money on it.It was the worlds fastest, and they say it will be again before it is sold, so not entirely a miss sell. It should really say former world's fastest and qualify it some how eg. over a mile average of runs in two directions etc.
I am really surprised no one from SVM has commented yet.
Does seem odd to be selling, especially prior to completing its mission.