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Discussion in '1969 Nissan Skyline 2000GTR' started by modena, Aug 10, 2002.
This I love...
Talk about crazy.. 160bhp in a skyline GTR!! whoa! slow down!!<!-- Signature -->
It has a classic look to it though <IMG SRC="http://www.supercars.net/servlets/cMsg/html/emoticons/smile.gif"> Anyway, I bet you could drop an 8 in it and wale<!-- Signature -->
I bet you could tune this back up another 50.. and wale then<!-- Signature -->
Hey, it's a Japanese car from '69 (hehe). Did you expect 300hp or a V8?<!-- Signature -->
its still got 80 BHP/liter
not too shabby<!-- Signature -->
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this was one of the best sounding cars in Gran Turismo 2 !! and the tyres on this are so skinny!! this car has all the style of a garbage can, but I still like it because its now a cult vehicle...
That sound is a result of a muffler dragging... I don't care if it has a cult or not it's still a beater. Is the gremlin gonna be on here next?<!-- Signature -->
this, is a historical car in my eyes. in the begining...
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You know what? A Retro performance Gremlin would sell like HOTCAKES!!! Thats a good idea man!!! Patent that shit!!<!-- Signature -->
Show some respect. The old skylines are ultra cool. They are in fact very desirable and very expensive in Japan. (same as the z) The only uncool skylines are the 80's ones. <IMG SRC="http://www.supercars.net/servlets/cMsg/html/emoticons/smile.gif">
This is not coooooool<!-- Signature -->
When you get down to it. its stil a skyline. which is a pretty good thing. all skylines are cool. <!-- Signature -->
if you want an old powerful car, buy an american muscle car, if you want one that can handle buyy and old corvette or f body, either would leave this shitbox in the dust straight or twist, but that isnt the point. The point is that my 1966 barracuda would eat this thing for breakfast and shit it out before lunch
allright....i'm starting to get headaches...i dont care if a big block chevy which have 600+BHP of yours (even i like chevy V8s and their yummy sounds) could eat this car or not because this car its self have a more richer racing heritage than anyother models...
racing heritage is not what is in question here, my Barracuda (a plymouth) is 3 years older, and is a better car. The new skyline is still being bested by American cars (Z06) my point is that nothing has changed.
by the way my cuda has a 273 v8 with a 2bbl carb, and it would destroy this car, handling and acceleration
i love my 66 barracuda 273
Your cuda is big slow hunk of car no good for nothin<!-- Signature -->
YOU ARE THE DUMBEST *UCKER I HAVE EVER READ ABOUT!.U DONT KNOE ANYTHING ABOUT RACING!.NOTHIHG.ALL YOU CARE BOUT IS "I WONDER IF IM GONNA FIT IN WITH THIS GUYS".OR."WONDER IF IM GONNA GET THIS GURLS"...U CARE 2 MUCH!.....I HAVE AND OLD ASS LEVIN.U PROBLABLY DONT EVEN KNOE WUT THAT IS..ITS A GREAT DRIFTING CAR....ITS UGLY!..BUT U KNOE WUT!.I EAT GT MUSTANGS!!.....IT DONT MATTER HOW IT LUKS WEN U HAVE MOTOR OIL IN UR BLOOD!.DUMBASS!..GO AND GET UR MUSTANG WITH CRHOME WHEELS!
you sir sare right my cuda is a big slow no good for nuthing car, oh wait no. It is showroom sotck all original and in mint condition, but you know , the value of a good classic car is lost on some people, I like this skyline much much better than all the other ones on this board because it actually looks decent, but, you know, like i said the value of a beautiful classic car is lost on some people
i would prefer a 510 datsun rather than this.<!-- Signature -->
what kinda of levin?<!-- Signature -->
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<b>this was one of the best sounding cars in Gran Turismo 2 !! and the tyres on this are so skinny!! this car has all the style of a garbage can, but I still like it because its now a cult vehicle...</b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE -->
GT2 has this car in it?<!-- Signature -->
First of all, why the hell is it so hard to use actual sentences and to spell words correctly? When I have to pause to try to make sense of what someone's saying, I usually don't bother reading it. Shit.
Secondly, as I understand it, didn't the JAF greatly restrict the modifications that could be made to a car? So, it's a little pointless to start comparing this thing to some monsterous 'Cuda with a blower off a GM diesel and whatnot. Just remember that the stock Mustangs (think '65) had weaker engines, weighed more, and had questionable 3- or 4-speed transmissions.
All the same though, this is pretty unimpressive. Maybe if Shelby got his hands on it, though...
this car was cool but will never be better than the new ones
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