1975 Nissan Skyline "Kenmeri" GT-R Fully RestoreHere's one nice lineage of the Japanese sports cars known as Nissan Skyline, originally produced by the Prince Motor Company in 1955, and then merged with Nissan in 1966. After the merger, the Skyline was released only for the domestic market in Japan (JDM Car) and sold specifically at dealership sales channels called Nissan Prince Shop at the time.
As shown here, it could be one the best restoration of the Nissan Skyline Kenmeri GT-R, with custom wheels making more aggressiveness at its look but not spoil the beauty by retaining most of the original components, it same as when came out of the factory, is a very cool red color with black interior.
The Skyline Kenmeri GT-R is the rarest production of the Nissan automobile, a master of speeds for its era, and is fearless. Unfortunately, the GT-R was unsuccessful on the market reportedly only 197 examples of the Kenmeri GT-R were sold due to a gasoline crisis hit in the early 70s so is very worth keeping it.
How about the engine of this car? as you've seen here is not a 2.0 L S20 I6 engine. As we know the GT-R is the highest-performance version of the Skyline family they all carry the S20 as their heart. So the judgment is a minus on the engine, the rest is a cool car.
The Skyline was largely designed and engineered by Shinichiro Sakurai from inception, and he remains one of the central inspirations for other compact sports cars around the world.
The Skylines lineup is not just in coupe form but also offered in other body styles like a sedan, station wagons, crossovers, convertibles also pick-up/delivery vans.
Yes, the Skylines knew as compact sports cars in coupe/fastback styles as shown here. While not distributed in the United States, the Skyline's prominence in video games, movies, and magazines resulted in many such cars being imported to the US from 1999 to late 2005 via Motorex.