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“89? But it looks like an R34!” That’s what someone would say first seeing this example at a dealer called Montu Motors, who specializes in Skylines. This example however is an R32 that some weirdo modified with an R34 front fascia, most likely due to the fact that they couldn’t afford an R34, and wanted everyone to see that they drive a Skyline with a more familiar face.

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Illustration for article titled NP or CP: 1989 Skyline GT-R

Outback its still all R32, with the familiar small circular tail lamps of this gen of Skyline.

Illustration for article titled NP or CP: 1989 Skyline GT-R

With 41,617 miles on the odo, that’s pretty low for a car that’s 30 years old. It has been modified of course, with them listing the mods as:

  • R324 front-end conversion
  • SARD wing
  • HKS intake
  • Aftermarket exhaust
  • Evo wheels
  • Aftermarket suspension
  • Momo steering wheel
  • Razo shift knob
  • HKS boost gauge
  • HKS temp gauge
Illustration for article titled NP or CP: 1989 Skyline GT-R
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Mostly cosmetic stuff. The inside is clean, but a closer look shows the cars age. The tires on the car are also apparently in bad condition, with the dealer not even replacing them. In the cars description, they flat out recommend replacing the tires after purchase, but say contact them if you would like assistance in replacing the tires. I’m not sure if that means they will help you locate tires since its a Skyline, or if they means they will help you purchase them by putting some cash towards it.

The asking price? They want $34,500. Nice price or crack pipe?

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