So with shipping and taxes that's a quarter of a million pound car nowadays...I remember them at £40K!
I've seen this a couple times with US owners who bought an R32, in which they buy it expecting they will be the best driver on the road and eventually breaking the car and blaming the whole car. Seems like they all want to be the next Paul Walker just by buying a Nissan Skyline. Reminds me when the film Die Hard had the silver BMW E38, and Americans all gathered in droves to purchase an E38 to be just like the actors of a fictional movie. Happened recently too with Baby Driver, and the Subaru Impreza prices increased. Love this country, but the people are so gullible in the car market especially.It’s just a hyped band wagon
many of those who been around for ages can remember when there was a silver 34 sold for 19k and he struggled
it’s all timing
to make a gtr good then it needs slot of work , oem bits etc
ive come to the conclusion
they funbut don’t invest in them
People are chasing rainbows
thinking their car is worth £100k as some 34 went through uss tokyo for 20m yen
There are a few guys in the middle east that have done LHD conversions. It obviously ruins the originality of the car but if its the only ay you can have one in your country, then why not?Guys maybe stupid question. But is LHD R34 skyline valuable or no? I think are there people who want rather LHD than RHD ?