Japan auction house, BH Auction, has sold quite a number of limited edition cars over the years, but one of its latest additions that's currently ongoing arguably tops the list for a lot of folks. Right now, they have an unregistered 2002 Nissan Skyline R34 GT-R V-Spec II Nür and with only 10km mileage, this is as rare as it gets.
Nissan Skyline enthusiasts know this particular model very well as it was the final rendition of the Nissan Skyline R34 GT-R production series. There were two variants produced, the Skyline GT-R V·Spec II Nür and Skyline GT-R M·Spec Nür. Together, there were only 1,000 units produced, and according to BH Auction, only around 700 units were ever sold.
All Nür models are equipped with an upgraded RB26DETT based on the N1 race engine thanks to a couple of bigger turbochargers to handle bigger boost. It's also the only Skyline R34 GT-R model ever to be fitted with the gold valve colours (also based on the N1 race engine) which altogether produces allegedly around 330hp.
BH Auction has not stated the rare Skyline as 'sold' just yet, which means that folks around the globe still have a fighting chance to own this rare beauty. When a thing is this rare and awesome, you can bet that the bids will be going through the roof. Experts have indicated that a car of this nature can easily surpass the RM2 million mark. Would you?
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