Tempting now, ain't it?
It's been 27 years since the Nissan Skyline R32 launched in Japan. That means, according to US Customs laws, you can now legally import one to the US. But why would you want to own an R32 Skyline? If you're a fan of Japanese sports cars and/or Skyline GT-Rs in general, then no explanation is needed here. For those who are unfamiliar, the R32 is perhaps one of the greatest Japanese domestic market (JDM) performance cars ever made. And now you can own one, right-hand-drive and all.
Now, your first thought might be something like "importing an R32 will be ridiculously expensive." That's a fair assumption, but it's probably cheaper than you'd thought. Doug DeMuro has extensively documented his buying and subsequent import experience of his R32, and now he's here to answer your questions.
One thing is for sure, right hand drive in a left hand drive society takes some getting used to.