If you live in the United States, or anywhere else for that matter, and want to purchase a pristine Nissan R32, R33, or R34 Skyline, you simply must buy one from Japan.
The Land of the Rising Sun was, of course, the birthplace for the Skyline and is home to heaps of examples just begging to be purchased and exported for enthusiasts to enjoy. One particular Japanese company dubbed Trust Kikaku is home to dozens of spectacular Skylines that can be sent overseas.
Australian YouTuber SAMMIT recently made a visit to the company in rural Japan and was left flabbergasted by what he found.
Many of the company’s Skylines are stored outdoors and as you’d imagine, these models aren’t all in pristine condition. However, Trust Kikaku does keep many of its more prized Skylines in a special storage facility where they are all wrapped in plastic. Some of them are unbelievably cheap.
In terms of R34-generation models, there is one four-door model selling for just US$2000 although it is a non-turbo model with an automatic transmission. None of the models stored in this location seem to be desirable GT-R models but prices for them have gone through the roof in recent years and are out of the reach of most young car buyers.
What’s also interesting about this location is that they’re willing to sell R34-generation Skylines to U.S. buyers and can store them for just $US50 per month until the car becomes legal to import into the United States. R32 and R33 generation models are already available in the ‘States.