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Not an R35, but I just got my first two 1990 Nissan Skyline GT-R's - Nismo versions in today. #383 and #500. Number 500 is for me, #383 is going to a friend in Chicago.

The cars are over 21 years old, so they are EPA exempt. With Show or Display exemption, you can drive the car up to 2500 miles a year, until they are over 25 years old, then mileage is unlimited.

http://www.showordisplay.com/2012/12/1990-nissan-nismo-skyline-r32-gt-r.html



The 1990 Nissan Nismo Skyline GT-R "Nismo" should be eligible for Show or Display based on its technological significance and low production figures. The Nismo was launched on February 22, 1990 as a base model for Nissan's Group A and N1 racing cars.

Out of a total of 560 cars produced(1), only 500 cars were sold to the public, 60 cars were held back by Nissan for racing. Even though there were more than 500 total cars produced, this car is of exceptional significance because of its race history and following world wide. The Nismo has a unique chassis code, making them immediately identifiable. BNR32-100000 though BNR32-100560.(2)

1 Dennis Gorodji, Nissan GT-R Supercar Born to Race (Dorset, Veloce,2009) 37

2 GT-R Magazine, Kotsu Times Sha Co. LTD 2011/March , Issue 97 136
 

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varies i would think. I've seen some cheap around Chicago and Milwaukee (no mods dunno condition). i would have one already but after all the drama ill avoid them. since i didn't have my own garage at the apartment i had i couldn't get one even if i wanted (its not a car that's flawless at that age).
 
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