Ultra-Rare R34 Skyline GT-R Has Just 10 Miles On The Clock

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This 10-mile R34 V-Spec II Nur is brand-new JDM royalty.

If you're into JDM cars, you know that all versions of the R34 Skyline GT-R are nearing legal age in the States, pushing their prices up to unseen heights. You can easily buy three copies of the R35 Nissan GT-R for the price that some of these examples are fetching. A Millenium Jade example set a new record in 2020 when it sold for the equivalent of $313,000 while another later that year sold for over $400,000. We've now found one that's listed at an even higher price, but we think it could be worth every penny of its ¥50 million asking price (over $450,000).

Yahoo! Auctions Japan
Yahoo! Auctions Japan
Yahoo! Auctions Japan

What you're looking at is a 2002 Nissan Skyline GT-R, but what makes it exceptional is that this is a rare V-Spec II Nur model. Nissan reportedly only made 1,003 Nur models, and 718 of those are said to have been V-Spec II versions while the remainders were the even rarer M-Spec model. As such, it features the reinforced N1 racing engine block, larger turbos, a gold VIN plate, unique interior trim, stiffer suspension, and a carbon fiber hood with a NACA duct. That's already a recipe for a high asking price, but what makes this one even more special is that it has never been registered, never been driven on the road, and never even had its protective door sill film removed. It's got just 10 kilometers on the clock (6 miles)!

Yahoo! Auctions Japan
Yahoo! Auctions Japan
Yahoo! Auctions Japan
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If you ever dreamed of having an R34 Nissan Skyline GT-R, this is one of the best versions you ever see. But with just 10 miles on the clock, it's also the closest to brand-new that you can get. That insane asking price makes a lot more sense now, doesn't it? If you have the means and desire to own this extremely rare specimen, the auction closes on Sunday the 11th of July at 8 p.m. Japanese time. Of course, it's possible that someone may not meet the ¥50 million asking price, but there's no reserve, so you could end up scoring if you bid before then.

Yahoo! Auctions Japan
Yahoo! Auctions Japan
Yahoo! Auctions Japan
Yahoo! Auctions Japan
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