nlzmo400r wrote:kinda wish i had the $$$ to get a gt-r, they're my dream car, and the hp is SOOO underated its amazing, an good driver can get them into 13flat or even break into 12s stock, thats crazy for the hp, considering the 350z has almost the same hp and only runs 14s
themadscientist wrote:The New Mustang Mach 1 does the same thing all motor, no 4wd, so what? The outlandish prices people are paying for used Rs is criminal. I hope these new companies on the block lower the prices for the guys in the states who simply must have an R. Wouldn't own one myself.
Those are very good points!The one thing that the Skyline has going for it is thats its rare to have one in the US.The z06 is mad BANG for the BUCK!;)nlzmo400r wrote:well i never said the GT-Rs werent over priced, $85k from motoRex??, totaly ripoff, especially since they cost about $55k new in japan, and thats right off the lot, so until they come down to the states, id never pay that much to get one inported and legalized, hell hte NSX cost that much new here, and i think htat is a ripoff, especially when a 4oo+hp zo6 can be bought new for 5ok
hey man, i like that magazine, and they did have a lot of controversy over that car, i wouldnt **** if the japanese had the original shelby mustang or something, dont bother me none, even tho its like my heritage or some crap, i dont understand why we al jus cant get alongthemadscientist wrote:Well if I ever come back to the states I will be bringing the R30 Paul Newman version. Talk about rare, Motorex suck it. I will find the chump that was in Stupid Street claiming his Hakosuka was GT-R and the Yakuza wanted to kill him and pummel him at the strip if he wants to limp that thing out.