1970 Nissan Skyline GT-R S45, The Real Japanese Muscle Car
Currently hard to find a coupe nearly 40 years old that was still running perfectly and keep shiny as the day he left the factory. But sometimes we can find a gem like this 1970 Nissan Skyline GT-R S45 Coupe has only 55,302 miles, thanks to who is behind this car, which seems to have spent the time for impeccable restoration and maintenance exquisite.
Even though it's just the photos, it's a privilege for us to enjoy a 70s Japanese coupe with the charm and in perfect condition, the grandfather of the Nissan GT-R.
To maintain authenticity, this car retains the 2.0-liter S20 engine that had Nissan series, and when it left the factory produced a power of 160 hp at 7000 rpm, while delivering torque to the rear axle through a box five-speed manual transmission. As if that were not enough you mark the odometer only 55,302 miles, confirming the little use has been given over almost 40 years.
Whichever way you look at all these are details that recall us to this series of coupes born to make life difficult for American sports stuff. Details like its gigantic mirrors on the hood, recessed suspensions that fall to the front axle, chrome bumpers, and interior panels and seats upholstered in leather. Just pure path JDM all the way.