1/24 Sports Car Series No.210 Detailed static display model complete exterior detailing Accuraely reproduced chassis undersurface and suspension Solid synthetic rubber tires withexact tread pattern
From 1969 through the early 1970s, at hte Japanese Touring Car Race, the Skyline GT-R achieved an unbelieveable streak of fifty victories in a row. Sixteen years later, its successful name was passed on to the R32 type, which was developed as a base machine fo rGroup-A races. To take full advantage of its powerful 2.6l, 6-cylinder, twin turbo engine, it was equipped with a 4WD system, which provided unrivaled race performance. 1995 saw hte larger body and refined mechanics of hte R33. in 1999, the technology cultivated over a long racing history was unsparingly poured into the new R34 type, developed with " ultimate driving pleasure" in mind. The R34 features a smaller body and a sturdier structure, with ample consideration given to its aeroderation given to its aerodynamics. The adjustable two-level rear spoiler as well as a front and rear diffuser(V-spec), regulate the flow of air under the chassis, heightening control. The R34's impressive speed is accounted for by a modification in value timinig and turbo-charging of the GETRAG 6-speed transmission controlled engine. Further refinements have been adopted such as an electronically controlled front/rear power distribution 4WD system and a multi-link suspension. Undergoing extensive testing in Japan, its driving performance was further improved in Germany, on the Nurburgring. Unrivaled speed and control have made the R34 version of the GT-r Nissan's, if not Japan's , new index of quality.