The Skyline had been through many phases, but it was in 1989 that the real precursor to the GT-R of today was introduced. The R32 Skyline had all-wheel drive and the famed Nissan RB26DETT inline six that pumped out 280 horsepower. It still wasn't sold in America, but the JDM (Japanese Domestic Market) model was and still is a legend in the American tuner community, and a lucky few aficionados were able to legally import them to the States and had them modified to meet US emissions regulations.
A stripped-down version of the R32 entered the Japanese Touring Car Championship in 1989 and won every race it started-29 in a row—over the next four seasons. The legend of the GT-R was truly born on those racetracks.
Most of the model manufacturers in the world, especially Japanese model companies, starts to produces R32 models since the late 80s and early 90s, but for Hasegawa, this the the first ever R32 they made. With the advantages of nowadays molding technology, modelers around the globe are all waiting for this kit with very high expectation. Though the teaser photos from Hasegawa, we can see the shape of the car body seems the best replica so far. Even almost every R32 fans have built the kits from other brands, but no one mind to build another few when the Hasegawa made this kit fabulously!
This kit comes with realistic rubber tires, transparent parts for windows and lights shields, and some sliver chrome plated light bucket and other parts, and a waterslide decal sheet for interior and detail.
This is a model kit needs assemble and paint.
Paint and glue are not included and need to purchase seperately.
Manufactor part no: HC39