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1. 1964 Nissan Skyline 2000GT
Thinking that victories on the racing circuit would spur sales, Prince mounted the G7 engine from the Gloria into the Skyline and produced the required 100 units to gain official approval. The car (launched on the 1st May 1964) was entered in the 2nd Japan GP in 1964. A Porsche 904 won the race, but Skylines monopolized the 2nd to 6th places. It soon became famous for its performance and development continued, producing the GT-B, launched in February 1965.


In Detail
engine G7 Inline-6
displacement 1988 cc / 121.3 cu in
power 123.0 kw / 165 bhp @ 6800 rpm
hp per litre 83.0 bhp per litre
bhp/weight 166.67 bhp per tonne
torque 180 nm / 132.8 ft lbs @ 6000 rpm
front tire size 5.60-13-6PR
rear tire size 5.60-13-6PR
f suspension Double Wishbones
r suspension Live Axle w/Semi-Elliptic Leaf Spring
weight 990 kg / 2183 lbs
wheelbase 2590 mm / 102.0 in
front track 1265 mm / 49.8 in
rear track 1255 mm / 49.4 in
length 4300 mm / 169.3 in
width 1495 mm / 58.9 in
height 1410 mm / 55.5 in

2. 1966 Prince R380-I
Having been narrowly defeated by Porsche in the 2nd Japan GP (1964), the Prince Motor Co., Ltd. went full-out to develop Japan’s first real racing car. Since the 1965 Japan GP was cancelled, its debut race was the 3rd Japan GP (Fuji) in 1966. The car shown is Y. Sunako’s No.11 car, which defeated Porsche to win the championships. H. Oishi’s R380 (No. 10) came in 2nd place.


In Detail
engine Nissan GR8 Inline-6
valvetrain DOHC
fuel feed Weber 42 DCOE
displacement 1996 cc / 121.8 cu in
power 149.1 kw / 200 bhp @ 1996 rpm
hp per litre 100.2 bhp per litre
bhp/weight 303.03 bhp per tonne
front brakes Discs
rear brakes Discs
front tire size 5.00L-15
rear tire size 6.50L-15
weight 660 kg / 1455 lbs
wheelbase 2360 mm / 92.9 in
front track 1280 mm / 50.4 in
rear track 1260 mm / 49.6 in
length 3930 mm / 154.7 in
width 1580 mm / 62.2 in
height 1035 mm / 40.7 in
transmission Hewland 5-speed

3. 1967 Nissan R380-II
Based on the Prince 380 made a year earlier, the R380 set new speed records in 1965 and 1967. First, on October 6/14, 1965, the R380-I established 5 world records. Then, on October 8,1967, this commemorative car - Type II (modified type II) - set no fewer than 7 international records (50km, 50 miles, 100km, 100 miles, 200km, 200 miles, 1 hour) on a course in Yatabe, Ibaraki Pref. (driver: T. Yokoyama).


In Detail
engine GR8 Inline-6
fuel feed Tripple Weber 45 DCOE
displacement 1996 cc / 121.8 cu in
power 164.1 kw / 220 bhp @ 8500 rpm
hp per litre 110.22 bhp per litre
bhp/weight 338.46 bhp per tonne
front brakes Discs
rear brakes Discs
front tire size 550L-15
rear tire size 650L-15
weight 650 kg / 1433 lbs
wheelbase 2360 mm / 92.9 in
front track 1424 mm / 56.1 in
rear track 1372 mm / 54.0 in
length 4080 mm / 160.6 in
width 1685 mm / 66.3 in
height 985 mm / 38.8 in
transmission ZF 5-Speed

4. 1970 Nissan R383
Having won the 1969 Japan GP with the R382, Nissan began preparations for a new machine to compete in the 1970 Japan GP. The result was the R383, dubbed ''700 horsepower!'' Unfortunately, the 1970 Japan GP was cancelled and the R383, without a chance to demonstrate its prodigious ability, became a machine of legend. This commemorative car is a reconstruction (replica) used for motor shows.
With turbo (CAN-AM spec.) max. power is 662kW (900PS)


In Detail
engine GRX-3 V12
displacement 5954 cc / 363.3 cu in
power 522.0 kw / 700 bhp
hp per litre 117.57 bhp per litre
bhp/weight 945.95 bhp per tonne
torque 647 nm / 477.2 ft lbs
front brakes Discs
rear brakes Discs
weight 740 kg / 1631 lbs
wheelbase 2400 mm / 94.5 in
front track 1280 mm / 50.4 in
rear track 1260 mm / 49.6 in
length 4115 mm / 162.0 in
width 2030 mm / 79.9 in
height 1088 mm / 42.8 in
transmission Hewland 5-Speed

5. 1973 Nissan Skyline H/T 2000GT-R
The fourth-generation Skyline, the C110 (nickname: Ken & Mary), was launched in November 1972, but the GT-R version was launched in January of the following year. With its 6-cylinder in line DOHC 24-valve S20 engine, it was the first domestic car to have disc brakes front and rear. This advanced engineering made it very popular, but production was halted at 197 units after stricter exhaust emission regulations were introduced.
At the time, it was mourned by many fans as ''the last model to bear the GT-R badge''.


In Detail
engine S20 Inline-6
valvetrain DOHC
displacement 1989 cc / 121.4 cu in
power 119.3 kw / 160 bhp @ 7000 rpm
hp per litre 80.44 bhp per litre
torque 177 nm / 130.5 ft lbs @ 5600 rpm
front tire size 175HR14
rear tire size 175HR14
f suspension MacPherson Struts
r suspension Semi-Trailing Arm
wheelbase 2610 mm / 102.8 in
front track 1395 mm / 54.9 in
rear track 1375 mm / 54.1 in
length 4460 mm / 175.6 in
width 1695 mm / 66.7 in
height 1380 mm / 54.3 in

6. 1976 Nissan Cherry FII Coupe
The F10 was launched in September 1974. This particular vehicle was the highest grade model, a works car based on the GX Twin (with SU twin-carb engine). It was used in photo shoots for the Yellow Cherry catalog. However, because Nissan retired from racing, it has never been in an actual competition, only being driven by Masahiro Hasemi in a demo run for Race de Nippon 1976 in Tsukuba.


In Detail
engine A12 Inline-4
fuel feed Twin Solex 44PHH
displacement 1298 cc / 79.2 cu in
power 110.4 kw / 148 bhp @ 8500 rpm
hp per litre 114.02 bhp per litre
bhp/weight 188.54 bhp per tonne
torque 130 nm / 95.9 ft lbs @ 6800 rpm
front tire size 210/525-14
rear tire size 80/525-14
weight 785 kg / 1731 lbs
length 3825 mm / 150.6 in
width 1600 mm / 63.0 in
height 1255 mm / 49.4 in
transmission 5-speed

7. 1983 Nissan Bluebird Super Silhouette
Despite retaining the form of the production car, this monster machine is a "Super Silhouette," a race category introduced into Japan in 1979. Driven by H. Yanagida, this Bluebird won the championship title twice, in 1980 and 1982. In the 1983 Fuji GC series, it won 3 rounds out of 4. It also won the Tsukuba event, displaying overwhelming power.


In Detail
engine LZ20B Inline-4
aspiration Air Research Turbocharger
displacement 2082 cc / 127.1 cu in
power 425.1 kw / 570 bhp @ 7600 rpm
hp per litre 273.78 bhp per litre
bhp/weight 570.0 bhp per tonne
torque 539 nm / 397.5 ft lbs @ 6400 rpm
front wheels F 40.6 x 27.9 cm / 16 x 11 in
rear wheels R 48.3 x 38.1 cm / 19 x 15 in
front tire size 290/625-16
rear tire size 350/700-19
weight 1000 kg / 2205 lbs
wheelbase 2490 mm / 98.0 in
front track 1610 mm / 63.4 in
rear track 1650 mm / 65.0 in
length 5120 mm / 201.6 in
width 2000 mm / 78.7 in
height 1250 mm / 49.2 in
transmission Doug Nash 5-speed

8. 1985 Nissan R85V
In the 1986 Le Mans, the Nissan (NISMO) team entered a pair of Group C cars. Sadly, the top Japanese machine in the qualifier, the #23 Nissan R86V Nichira (K. Hoshino, K. Matsumoto, A. Suzuki), was forced to retire. However, the #23 Nissan R85V Amada (Masahiro Hasemi, T. Wada, J. Weaver) attracted attention when it came in 16th overall in its debut race.


In Detail
engine VG30T/C V6
valvetrain DOHC
displacement 2966 cc / 181.0 cu in
power 507.1 kw / 680 bhp @ 8000 rpm
hp per litre 229.27 bhp per litre
bhp/weight 772.73 bhp per tonne
torque 686 nm / 506.0 ft lbs @ 5500 rpm
front tire size 325/625-415
rear tire size 350/700-415
f suspension Double Wishbones
r suspension Rocking Arms
weight 880 kg / 1940 lbs
wheelbase 2670 mm / 105.1 in
front track 1575 mm / 62.0 in
rear track 1229 mm / 48.4 in
length 4794 mm / 188.7 in
width 1994 mm / 78.5 in
height 1069 mm / 42.1 in
transmission March 85T 5-Speed

9. 1987 Nissan Skyline 2000GTS-R
The seventh-generation Skyline (R31) was launched in August 1985 and this model is well remembered as being the first to reintroduce the 6-cylinder DOHC engine (discontinued with the C110). In May 1986, the coupe GTS appeared, and in August 1987, after a minor change, the coupe GTS-R (RB20DET-R: 210PS engine) - based on Group A race specifications - was sold as a limited edition (800 units).


In Detail
engine RB20DET-R Inline-6
displacement 1998 cc / 121.9 cu in
power 156.6 kw / 210 bhp @ 6400 rpm
hp per litre 105.11 bhp per litre
bhp/weight 156.13 bhp per tonne
torque 245 nm / 180.7 ft lbs @ 4800 rpm
front brakes Ventilated Discs
rear brakes Ventilated Discs
front tire size 205/60R15
rear tire size 205/60R15
f suspension MacPherson Struts
r suspension Trailing Arms
weight 1345 kg / 2965 lbs
wheelbase 2615 mm / 103.0 in
front track 1425 mm / 56.1 in
rear track 1420 mm / 55.9 in
length 4660 mm / 183.5 in
width 1690 mm / 66.5 in
height 1365 mm / 53.7 in
transmission 5-Speed

10. 1989 Nissan Silvia K's
The fifth- generation Silvia (S13) - descended from the first-generation CSP311, launched in March 1965 - was introduced on May 17, 1988.
This car was developed as a compact specialty coupe with an emphasis on beauty and the driving experience. Exterior and interior shared the same design theme, and numerous advanced technologies, such as the multilink rear suspension, were incorporated to enhance performance. For this reason, the car was greatly appreciated by the younger generation, who are very particular about the way a car handles. The S13 was regarded as a high-quality product, and in 1988 it received the Good Design Award by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry.
The natural lines and curved surfaces of the streamlined styling set the S13 apart. Together with its interior - which, from dashboard to door trim and center console, featured a unified design - this car had the unmistakable look of a specialty coupe.
The multilink rear suspension was a new idea that was later adopted for the Skyline. Together with the HICAS-II 4-wheel steering system (option) and the 1.8-liter twin-cam engine (CA18DE/CA18DET), the car was equipped to provide an excellent drive.
The S13 was available in 3 grades: K's, Q's, and J's. The top-of-the-line KВ’s was equipped with the S-pack (rear spoiler, projected headlights, 195/60R15 tires, etc.) which accentuated the sporty character of the car. Following a minor change in January 1991, the engine was changed to the twin-cam SR20DE/SR20DET.


In Detail
engine CA18DET Inline-4
aspiration Turbocharged
valvetrain DOHC
displacement 1809 cc / 110.4 cu in
power 130.5 kw / 175 bhp @ 6400 rpm
hp per litre 96.74 bhp per litre
torque 226 nm / 166.7 ft lbs @ 4000 rpm
front tire size 195/60R15
rear tire size 195/60R15
f suspension MacPherson Struts
r suspension Mulkti-Link
wheelbase 2475 mm / 97.4 in
front track 1465 mm / 57.7 in
rear track 1460 mm / 57.5 in
length 4470 mm / 176.0 in
width 1690 mm / 66.5 in
height 1290 mm / 50.8 in

11. 1991 Nissan R91CP
Nissan started making Group C cars in 1985. At first a Nissan engine would be mounted in a foreign-made chassis (March Engineering or Lola Cars International), and entered in the WEC (World Endurance Championship) and JapanВ’s own endurance series. The R91CP, however, was entirely Nissan-made, and - driven by Masahiro Hasemi, K. Hoshino, and Toshio Suzuki - it captured the title in the 1992 Daytona 24 Hours, the first time that a Japanese team or Japanese car had done so.
This silver No.61 car was driven by Hideki Okada and T. Danielsson of Team Take One. Badged as 'Kokuyo, Take One, Nissan', it raced alongside other Group C cars in the All Japan Championship of 1992, the final year it was held. In the Fuji 1000km race, the car's second race since its debut, it succeeded in coming in 2nd. This machine was fitted with Dunlop tires because of sponsorship requirements.



In Detail
engine VRH35Z V8
aspiration HI twin turbo
displacement 3496 cc / 213.3 cu in
power 596.6 kw / 800 bhp @ 7600 rpm
hp per litre 228.83 bhp per litre
bhp/weight 888.89 bhp per tonne
torque 784 nm / 578.2 ft lbs @ 5600 rpm
front brakes Ventilated Discs
rear brakes Ventilated Discs
front wheels F 45.7 x 33.0 cm / 18 x 13 in
rear wheels R 48.3 x 38.1 cm / 19 x 15 in
front tire size 305/650R17
rear tire size 350/740R18
f suspension Double Wishbones
r suspension Double Wishbones
weight 900 kg / 1984 lbs
wheelbase 2795 mm / 110.0 in
front track 1600 mm / 63.0 in
rear track 1560 mm / 61.4 in
length 4800 mm / 189.0 in
width 1990 mm / 78.3 in
height 1100 mm / 43.3 in

12. 1996 Nismo Skyline GT-R LM
The only machines that can enter the 24 Hours of Le Mans race in the GT class are so-called GT cars, based on vehicles approved for use on public roads. Based on the Skyline GT-R, this vehicle was created as an official road car so NISMO could take part in the 1996 Le Mans; it was actually registered in the UK (although never marketed).


In Detail
engine RB26DETT Inline-6
position Front Longitudinal
valvetrain Belt Driven DOHC 4 valves / cyl
displacement 2568 cc / 156.7 cu in
bore 86 mm / 3.39 in
stroke 73.3 mm / 2.89 in
compression 8.5:1
power 223.7 kw / 300 bhp @ 6500 rpm
hp per litre 116.82 bhp per litre
bhp/weight 189.87 bhp per tonne
torque 373 nm / 275.1 ft lbs @ 4500 rpm
drive wheels 4WD
front brakes Ventilated Discs
rear brakes Ventilated Discs
front wheels F 45.7 x 22.9 cm / 18 x 9 in
rear wheels R 45.7 x 22.9 cm / 18 x 9 in
front tire size 265/35R18
rear tire size 265/35R18
f suspension Double Wishbones
r suspension Double Wishbones
weight 1580 kg / 3483 lbs
front track 1550 mm / 0.6 in
rear track 1580 mm / 62.2 in
length 4675 mm / 184.1 in
width 1888 mm / 74.3 in
height 1300 mm / 51.2 in
transmission 5-Speed
1999 Mine's Skyline GT-R V-Spec N1



In Detail
engine Water Cooled RB26DETT Inline 6 w/Mines Intake, Exhuast, High-Life Camshafts
position Front Longitudinal
aspiration Twin HKS GT2530 Turbos
valvetrain Belt Driven DOHC 4 valves / cyl
displacement 2568 cc / 156.7 cu in
bore 86.0 mm / 3.39 in
stroke 73.3 mm / 2.89 in
power 469.8 kw / 630 bhp @ 7200 rpm
hp per litre 245.33 bhp per litre
bhp/weight 378.15 bhp per tonne
torque 587.07 nm / 433 ft lbs @ 5400 rpm
drive wheels Full Time 4WD
body / frame Unit Steel
front brakes Discs w/6-Piston Calipers
f brake size 355 mm / 14.0 in
rear brakes Discs w/4-Piston Calipers
r brake size 330 mm / 13.0 in
front wheels F 45.7 x 25.9 cm / 18 x 10.2 in
rear wheels R 45.7 x 25.9 cm / 18 x 10.2 in
front tire size 265/35R18 Bridgestone Potenza RE-01R
rear tire size 265/35R18 Bridgestone Potenza RE-01R
steering Rack & Pinion w/Speed Sensitive Power Assist
f suspension MacPherson Struts w/Addional Link, Lower A-Arms, Coil Springs, Mine's Dampers & Anti-Roll Bar
r suspension Mulitlink w/Coil Springs, Mine's Dampers & Anti-Roll Bar
weight 1666 kg / 3673 lbs
wheelbase 2665 mm / 104.9 in
front track 1480 mm / 58.3 in
rear track 1490 mm / 58.7 in
length 4600 mm / 181.1 in
width 1785 mm / 70.3 in
height 1360 mm / 53.5 in
transmission Getrag 6-Speed Manual w/Carbon Twin-Plate Clutch
gear ratios 3.827:1, 2.360:1, 1.685:1, 1.312:1, 1.000:1, 0.793:1
final drive 3.545:1

Of Japan's best tuned Skylines is this Mine's V-Spec N1. It's been tuned, not so much for show, as much as to lap Japan's tracks as fast as possible. It was made famous after an appearance on Best Motoring where 'drift king' Keiichi Tsuchiya and Manabu Orido did some hot laps in the car and where surprised by its raw power and responsive handling.
Before the test, Michizo Niikura from Mine's compared this Skyline to the subtle tuning they've performed in the past and explained, unlike before, that the engine had been extensively tuned. But despite the huge increase in power - nearly double - Niikura said that the main focus of the car, like earlier ones, was on ''balance and response''.
In the almost stock looking bay, the engine retains its factory pistons, but uses new high-lift camshafts and two HKS GT2530 Turbos to produce over 600 bhp. Accordingly, the whole intake and exhaust systems are revamped, as is the engine electronics.
To keep all this power in check a 'Mine's Force' suspension is installed which includes a 3-way adjustable damping system and Mine's anti-roll bar. Braking is by enhanced with larger discs that sit behind Mine's 18 inch magnesium wheels.
Outwardy the Mine's Skyline is different, with many pieces crafted in carbon fiber such as a rear wing, front diffuser, side skirts and radiator shroud that all make this car distinct.
During their tests, Tsuchiya and Orido were taken with the performance of this Skyline, and if the rpm gauge was any indication, this is one of the fastest ever made for the road. They said ''it's so fast that even a dead man will scream.''


Повелитель STI-хий
REINIK 2.8 litre engine
(called RB-X GT2 : 400R exclusive)

Front bumper with air intake (400R exclusive)

Intercooler air guide

Carbon rear wing

Over-fender (400R exclusive)

Big side skirt

Rear bumper and 400R emblem (400R exclusive)

LM bonnet (carbon, 400R exclusive)

Aluminium wheels (18inch LM-GT1)

HID head light (400R exclusive)

Titanium dual tube exhaust (400R exclusive)

Double plate clutch

Carbon propeller shaft (400R exclusive)

Bilstein shock absorber (400R exclusive)

Titanium strut tower bar

Reinforced cylinder block (400R exclusive)

Cylinder head (400R exclusive)

87 metal head gasket t=1.2

Piston with cooling channel (400R exclusive)

Forged crank shaft (400R exclusive)

Forged connecting rod (400R exclusive)

N1 turbine with reinforcement actuator

High flow air cleaner

Stainless down pipe

Low air resistance sport catalizer

N1 radiator

Oil cooler

Sport intercooler