Illustration for article titled NPoCP.ph: For P335,000/$7,770, Sky(line)s the limit!

Last month, I found a cute, all terrain Daihatsu Move online, and I'm glad 80% of the voters like to...MOVE IT! It's been a while since the last post, so let's start over with the cycle with this timeless Jap, the R32 Nissan Skyline.

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Illustration for article titled NPoCP.ph: For P335,000/$7,770, Sky(line)s the limit!

The Skyline nameplate does not need an introduction. Throughout its life, this model turned from an understated executive saloon to a wild BMW 3-series fighter. The R32 was the most significant chassis code as it reintroduced the "GT-R" version from the Boxy and Kenmeri era. It brought back the fanbase it deserves, and the Skyline was the most popular sports car coming out of Japan...until it reverted into a business mobile and rebadged for USA as the Infiniti G-series. Everyone from America wanted to wait for it to be 25 years old to be able to obtain this piece of machinery, but since Godzilla is very pricey, more likely you'll end up in the GTS, a single-turbo, rear-wheel-drive two-door.

Illustration for article titled NPoCP.ph: For P335,000/$7,770, Sky(line)s the limit!

Description's very short.

  • 5-speed [manual]
  • power window
  • power door locks
  • dropped exhaust
  • gold rims (not seen though)
  • 124k miles
  • nice sounds system

Likes: Manual, two-door configuration, rear-wheel-drive!

Dislikes: Mid-spec GTS, RB20DET

So, would you still buy this even if it's not Godzilla?

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