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Paul Walker’s Nissan Skyline GTR from Fast & Furious on sale

Paul Walker's Nissan Skyline GTR from Fast & Furious on sale

Nissan Skyline GT-R, used by late Fast & Furious star, Paul Walker, is on sale. Driven by the actor in fourth Fast & Furious film, the Nissan Skyline GT-R was formerly on sale for $400,000, but is now being offered at a new price of $1.4 million, after the death of the actor.

The bright blue Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 from Fast & Furious was seen in the 2009 film, when it was raced by Brian O’Connor played by Paul Walker. This very car was used to pass over the American border into Mexico. A few years ago the car was sold to a private buyer in New York City and has now made its way into Germany while recently going on sale internationally for this astronomical sum.

Paul Walker's Nissan Skyline GTR from Fast & Furious on saleFit for its part in the movie, this Skyline GT-R was updated in a number of respects as compared to a regular GT-R. It received a 2.6 liter twin turbocharged straight 6 cylinder engine offering 543 hp power while being mated to a 6 speed manual transmission driving all four wheels.

The blue GT-R, currently owned by Munich-based car restoration firm GT-A, also features 19” Volk Racing RE30 wheels, brakes with 6 piston calipers in the front and 4 pistons at its rear besides custom head up display, a Sony audio system and custom Nismo bodykit. Along with the model, buyers willing to shell out $1.4 million will also receive a copy of the lease agreement with Universal Pictures when the car was used in the film. Listing

Specs: The Original Fast & Furious Skyline GT-R 34

Engine: Straight 6 Cyl Nissan, 2.6 liter with dual overhead cams
RB 26, stands for “Race Bread 2.6”, Twin-turbocharged
All-wheel drive with four wheel steering
Getrag 6-speed manual transmission
6,000 original miles
Turbonetics front-mount intercooler
suspension with Nismo Lowering Springs
Custom roll cage
ARC titanium dome strut
19×11 Volk Racing RE30 wheel
brake system Rotora Big Brake Racing Conversion 6 piston front and 4 piston rear
body kit Nismo Version II bumper with side skirts
East Bear bonnet
Rear Seat Delete
Momo Sport Alcantara Steering Wheel
Nismo V-Spec pedals
Custom Head-Up Display for Dash-Mounted PC
Xenarc MFD display unit with all gauges programed to the ECU of the car
Sony Head Unit
Custom OMP racing seats with 5 point Gurtanlage
Nismo NE-1 exhaust system
Copy of lease agreement with Universal Pictures
U.S. Florida Vehicle Title
Vehicle location is Munich / Ismaning, Germany.
EUR 1,000,000.00


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Former freelance writer, Pearl Daniels is in the auto industry since 2011, having established herself as a widely read staff writer since 2013. Her keen eye for industry news, daily need to break down latest events, and quest to not miss a single launch detail, gives you the most refreshing morning news on weekdays.

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