nissan gtr for sale
A: The R34 is illegal to import and own in the US. Only the ones imported by Motorex have a Federal Bond Release to prevent the US from confiscating it from you.
Good luck finding one for sale because of these reasons. You’re better off looking for an R33 Skyline available for sale.
Q: Where Can I Find a Used Gtr 34 Nissan skylines for sale in California?
I need Prices for the 02 version…. Links Please,Thanks
A: Specialty cars like that were made in so low production numbers for Japan and right hand drive countrys just finding one will be hard. Also high performance cars get rebuilt after wrecks so be very careful selecting a R34 GT-R. Not just any one will pass California Smog laws. Make sure you have all the EPA and DOT certification paperwork and call in help from the DMV make sure you buy a legal example. The new 2010 GTR only cost $83,000 each
Q: Will a Nissan Skyline GTR still be for sale in a few years?
I absolutely love Nissan Skylines. They are the most amazing and beautiful car I have ever seen in my life (my opinion). I have 1 year until I can start driving and my parents already agreed to buy my first car. Since the Nissan GTR is $85k+, I wont be getting one of those. But it would be my dream, to own an R33 or R34. But I have not seen many in America for sale (I dont mind paying for it to be imported from Europe or so). I know your all probably saying (your spoiled, or you shouldnt be getting such a fast car for your first) Well thats my choice, and ill learn from my mistakes and I dont not post this question to get criticized so please HELP me out.
My question is: Within 1-2 years, will Nissan Skylines R33-R34 still be around for sale? I know its not easy to predict that, but any Skyline owners might know? I really appreciate all helpful answers and my next step towards my dream. Thanks so much everybody!
A: Older Skylines will def be around for sale then myself a good few years ago owned an R32 model and that was an old model then,atm i drive an R33 Spec 2 Skyline which i have owned for a good few years now but i am selling for an R34 GTT but i see plenty for sale.
The Skylines will be for sale for a longtime yet and just become classic cars.
These are a few vids i took and borrowed of a few weeks ago at a Skyline World record i took part in.
On there you see old skyline going strong so they will def be around for many years now.
And as for making the Skyline Nissan still make the Nissan Skyline although it changed to what you know as the infiniti G35.
Q: When does the Nissan GTR come into dealers?
I’ve been waiting for a loooooong time for the GTR to come into dealers, and I haven’t seen a single commercial for it, even when I heard that it was supposed to start sales in early June. I can’t drive yet, but I would like to know when the GTR would come into dealers around South Brunswick. A specific date would be helpful. Thanks. ???
I do know the base price for the GTR is going to be 70 some thousand dollars without extra’s.
A: i am in my third day of gtr training in northeast, got to drive it today too, we have our gtr showing up on july 11 or so, training is being done by who is getting cars when, you would have to check with local gtr dealer. VERY expensive parts. 1200.00 each rotor 850.00 front brake pads about 900.00 just for trans fluid, but the car is built to race and they want you to do it too!
Q: Does anybody want to buy a Nissan Skyline? They are both street legal in the US!?
I have 2 Nissan Skylines for sale. One is a 1990 r32 Gts-turbo. The other is a 1991 r32 GTR twin turbo. Both these cars are right hand drive and have a manual tranny. Let me know people, these things move quickly over here in the states.
if you have questions please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A: how much u want for em?
Q: where can i find a gtr r-34, for sale, at a reasonable price. close to texas.?
A: I had a link to a garage in Texas whom was selling the R32 and R33 gtr but they have all gone now .
The R34 will be a killer to find or a killer to import unless you have the money,as even here in the UK where there are plenty the price is still really high.
If your going for a R34 it might be worth seeing what will be needed to be done to get one to you paperwork and what emissions etc is needed as it seems each state is different .
Then even go for the R34 GTT as it will be cheaper at the start and you can still reach GTR power.Also there is often many GTS-T versions on eBay.com with all the US paperwork,i know these are older versions but are still great cars and again can reach GTR bhp and are cheaper to start off with.
Q: Is the Nissan SKYLINE COUPE GT-t legal in the U.S?
I’m 16 and trying to buy a tuner! I like all tuner’s. But Nissan’s intrigue me! I was looking at Skylines and I tried to buy one in Japan! I got an e-mail saying I needed to register it! Originally it was a Skyline Gtr r32!
I did my research and found out I couldn’t import it. Now i have my sight on two Skyline’s
http://www.japan-partner.com/Auto/8176/Nissan/SKYLINE+COUPE/car-for-sale.html [This one]
and this one http://www.japan-partner.com/Auto/6983/Nissan/SKYLINE/car-for-sale.html
I know the second one is U.S street legal but what about the first one?
Can I still buy it without getting it imported?
A: It is good to see you on the Nissan route myself i am on my 5th Nissan and 6th soon hopefully.
Skyline wise the rules seem to be there but with so many skylines getting in the US one way or another and many owners being pulled over with no problems it seems to be a matter of if the right work is done on the car and the right paperwork is produced then there is no problems,but again the issue is state to state as i hear some states require more work to be done to make it street legal whilst others require that bit less work.
So the first angle would be to find out if you can have a skyline in your state and what is required for it to be street legal.It is true that Motorex did provide the crash test data for the spec 2 R33 so this is the easy route to take,and after all a really really good version of the skyline well its the version i have at the moment.But there are loads of owners driving other versions,so it seems to be a matter of the right paperwork and money and you will get one.
seems to be an importer that has some link to shipping to the US.
Q: Where can you buy a Nissan Skyline?
I’ve seen Skylines for sale on like ebay and things like that, but their called skyline gtr’s, and are they really $80k.?
A: Nissan sells the new R35 GT-R
and newer Skyline models are sold in the US as infiniti G35’s etc
Nissan never sold Skylines out of Japan apart from a few sold into the UK all others are grey imports,there are a good few in the US brought through different loopholes etc and as long as you have the legal papers which meet the state the car is in then that is fine and al required mods have been done.
You will also see GTS GTS-T GT GTT GTS4 GT4 etc models sold these are also great cars and offer great tuning abilities,with the R33 single turbo versions good for 1000bhp and a mass of aftermarket parts out there.
Q: Is $17,999 a good price for a Nissan Skyline?
Transmission: 5 Speed Manual
Sale Price:$17,999 CDN (includes shipping to Toronto, GST, 6.1% duty, customs & brokerage fees)
Single Turbo RB26DET! Engine is well modified with quality parts.
AC,PS,PW, Tons of quality aftermarket parts from comanies like Tomei. Volk SE37 18″ AW, Aftermarket Oil Cooler/Intercooler/Radiator/Nismo gauges/Nismo Clutch and lots more
im just wondering becuse i will be looking to buy in the near future not exactly this one but this is an example..i say its a fare deal but id like to see what more enthuasiasts have to say…thanks guys
p.s its all canadian money, it will be staying in ontario canada as well
A: It sounds a great buy and not that expensive for the car it is,best thing is compare it to other Skyline which are selling where you live,check out ebay and import firms for that.
But for the car it is you can’t go wrong with a look after Skyline,and there not a car you will need to change often and it ticks all the boxes with speed looks and room and body styles to keep you going for a long time.
Get on Skylineowners.com before you look at one as there is a buyers guide on there site having maintenance atm else i would have given you the link also it a free forum.
One thing i did notice was you said RB26det against the rb26dett as the GTR came as a twin turbo only and the gts was the non turbo and the gts-t was the single turbo version.
Q: the new GTR specs for the us?
US SPEC INFORMATION: The 2009 Nissan GT-R will go on sale in the United States in June of 2008 with a base price of $69,850. The premium model will sell for $71,900, and will include a Bose sound system, side airbags, and heated seats. The Bose system consists of 11 speakers mounted in rigid aluminum diecast panels. The car’s pre-order program, available through select US dealers, will begin in January.
2009 Nissan GT-R: Awesome From Afar
The 2009 Nissan GT-R has broken cover. Or rather, several well-known automotive media outlets have blown its cover! When the December 2007 cover of Motor Trend got leaked (or swiped) from the printer, press embargoes were tossed aside, along with it the thin veil of secrecy the GT-R was still hiding. Namely its off-the-chart performance numbers: 0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds, 11.7-second quarter mile, and top speed of 193 mph. Better still, the supercar is expected to be in the amazingly affordable $70-80K range.
Unveiled at Last
The black covers that hid the GT-R’s nose are gone and reveal a chiseled carbon fiber nose piece, flanked on both sides by small canards molded into the bumper itself. Look closely, and you can see how the deep front splitter directs air to the radiator and around the car. The sleek shape of the new R35 is a commendably slick 0.27 Cd (co-efficient of drag). Twin NACA ducts in the hood channel air directly to the small IHI turbos located underneath. They’re not the only low-drag aero devices used on the car, either. The front fenders have functional air ducts that sweep back from the sides of the car, drawing heat away from the engine compartment. One detail not readily apparent is the rear carbon-fiber splitter that uses airflow under the chassis to develop downforce. While standard practice for LeMans prototypes, these types of details are reserved for only a few road-going machines. Nissan engineers knew the enormous performance envelope for this car would require every (aero) trick in the book! Rear styling of the R35 features the iconic twin round taillights of the GT-R series. All in all, Nissan stylists have created a modern, functional shape that pays appropriate homage to the legendary line.
V-6 Power First for GT-R
Looking under the hood of the new PM (Prime Midship) chassis reveals the front-mounted engine is mounted far back for better weight distribution. But there’s no blown straight six for this thoroughly modern supercar. The new twin turbocharged 3.8 liter V-6 is named the VR38 and puts out 473 hp at 6,400 rpm and 433 lb-ft of torque at 5,200 rpm in its initial state of tune. No doubt Nissan will have more on tap for the future, but all appearances suggest that this is the engine to be federalized for North American use. Expect the compact IHI turbos to have little to none of the dreaded turbo lag of years past. An extremely clean turbo installation utilizes separate plenums and tuned intake runners for each bank of the engine. Expect to hear more details on this amazing powerplant in the near future.
Meanwhile, a carbon fiber prop shaft transfers power to the rear- mounted transaxle. Utilizing a six-speed, direct-drive semi-automatic gearbox, Nissan’s latest AWD creation can vary power delivery from 50/50 (front/rear) to 2/98 for heavy acceleration. By utilizing the paddle shifters, GT-R pilots may sample full-throttle, no lift upshifts, and computer-guided downshifts with full rev matching. The GT-R’s suspension is more familiar, with twin wishbones up front and a five-link rear. The dampers are electronically controlled, with three separate programs (race, sport and comfort) available at the touch of a button. More extreme are the 20” alloy wheels with massive six-piston Brembo (front) and four-piston (rear) calipers with equally enormous 15.2” rotors. You’ll need that kind of stopping power, as the latest R35 is expected to tip the scales at a touch over 3,792 pounds.
Inside the cockpit, it’s luxury blended with pure performance. Racing-style leather seats with large side bolsters will hold you (and your passengers) in place, although I’m not sure anyone really wants to be tossed around in the smallish 2+2 seats in back! A beautifully sculpted instrument panel features a center-mounted tach (with a 7K redline) and a smaller speedo on the left. The instruments move up and down with the steering wheel, so each driver can find the perfect position. Nissan continues their superb job in blending traditional control surfaces with cutting edge technology. A good example is the center stack with traditional HVAC controls in the center and a large video screen just above this. Toggling through this display provides such diverse information as turbo boost, g-loadings, engine performance parameters and which of the really hot girls is lusting for a ride in your new GT-R. OK, I made that last one up. Step into the new R35 and you’ll find everybody wants a ride!
A: Bad ass. I’ve wanted one since i saw the nurburgring shots 2 years ago. Nissan knows how to build it. Finally, godzilla in the us.
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