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GTR-Registry.com Presents: R35 GTR: VIN/Model Code/Type/Colours/47+ Countries!


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GTR-Registry.com is proud to announce the release of the Nissan R35 GTR data covering from 2007-11 to 2013-02! 
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VIN Tables:
This data is contained in 5 databases, of which I have managed to obtain most or all for the following regions:

http://gtr-registry.com/en-r35-au.php Australia & New Zealand: 594 of 594 records.

http://gtr-registry.com/en-r35-ja.php Japan: 7987 of 8006 records. 

http://gtr-registry.com/en-r35-eu.php Europe, United Kingdom, Russia, Other RHD markets:  6109 of 6118 records. [Austria, Belgium, Brunei, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, Hungary, Israel, Italy, Lativa, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Singapore, Slovakia, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, Ukraine, United Kingdom]

http://gtr-registry.com/en-r35-us.php USA, Canada, Middle East and some others: 8998 of 9038 records. [USA, Canada, United Arab Emirates + Other Middle East, Guam, PLT(?)]

Unfortunately despite asking around quite a bit I was unable to find any info yet on:
http://gtr-registry.com/en-r35-gl.php Other LHD markets. In the notes I can see this covers Korea, Taiwan, Lebanon and Algeria. No doubt I will be able to find more. This is where you could help - if you know someone in 1 of these countries, can you please help obtain a VIN (I don't need the last 3 digits - just the first 14 would do) or please get them to contact me. From that I should be able to work out the rest, and finish off this database which should cover all of the R35 GTR for the entire world.

Please try and find your VIN. If you can't find it, please check:
A) Is it dated less than March 2013?
B) Try searching the last 6 numbers of your VIN. 
C) Try looking in the other R35 databases. If you have a R35 that was factory delivered to a country that is not listed, please let me know.

If you still can't find it, please contact me!

There are some other current unknowns in the data, so if you are able to help with any of these, please let me know.

In the USA database there is 413 cars listed with the model code GLRNLWGR35ZUAY00#Y. I have been able to confirm that 3 is UAE. I'm sure that the other numbers are for other Middle East countries, such as Bahrain, Oman, Saudi Arabia, etc. I'd love to be able to accurately list these cars, so again if you know someone or could ask around in the local language to try and help work out what they are, that would be great.

Also in the USA data, there is a listing for GUM/PLT. I am certain GUM is for Guam, but I have not worked out PLT. Do you have any ideas?

In the Europe/UK/Russia/Other RHD database, there are a few cars listed without a country in the source data. I've added them to "No Country Specified" in these circumstances. Almost all of these are in the MY12 section.

Many countries, for example Germany, Austria and Switzerland are all grouped together. This is how it is in the source code and I can't separate these out any further. There are some small countries that have their own listing. Interestingly there is no mention of Spain. These may fall under Portugal.

Japan has 2 colours that are not located elsewhere (that I'm aware of), LAC (Black Opal for SpecV) and QAG Ultimate Opal White. Speaking of which, was SpecV ever released outside of Japan?

There is nothing too exciting in the Australia/New Zealand database really.
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Colours and Production Pages
These are coming in the not too distant future. The only reason I haven't added them now is that I want to see if there are any missing batches of VINs first (hopefully not except for Other LHD markets). I don't want to post the build numbers and then have it change and be incorrect - I'll try and get it right first time.

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Other cars on GTR-Registry.com
The R35 data isn't the first to be added - in fact it is the 6th major release of data. There is a full VIN table of all R32, R33, and R34 GTRs as well - please take a look around the site.

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Photo Registry:
There is a Registry section at http://gtr-registry.com/forum/ where you can add photos of your car and it will link back to the main database VIN table. If you change the dropdown box "Pic" to Yes you will get a quick list of all of these cars. If you take a look at the R34 GTR section there is already over 100 cars listed.

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Please Help!!!
- Share/Repost/Tell your friends etc
- Please help spread this post to all R35 GTR Facebook Pages/Groups/Forums etc. It would be very highly appreciated if you speak 2 or more languages if you could put a small introduction about this data in your non English language and post to non english areas of the internet. Thanks.
- Don't forgot I'm looking for a VIN for Taiwan/Korea/Algeria/Lebanon - if you can help I'm happy to give you permanent credit on the website!
- Also looking for info on Middle East countries in USA database, and what PLT means.

If you are able to supply a copy of Nissan FAST with data newer than 2013-03 I would love to know, please get in contact with me, thanks!

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Thanks
This project wouldn't have been possible without the help of the following people:
Steve: Database construction.
Kristian at Iron Chef Imports: Tons of translations and advice.
Brendon: Original website and database design.
Plus several others who have helped along the way (listed in Contact & FAQ Section).

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Feedback
Please provide any feedback you have so I can take it on board and make any changes as required. I'm very open to suggestions :) I've spent literally hundreds of hours on this website for no personal financial gain so I hope you guys like it and are able to find it useful.

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About GTR-Registry.com
GTR-Registry.com is the world's leading source of Nissan Skyline GTR R32, R33, R34; Nissan Skyline R34; Nissan R35 GTR, and Nissan Stagea production information, which has led to the discovery of the true build numbers of many different versions which were previously inaccurate. The website currently stores the records of 343,601 cars. When using numbers or information obtained from the site please reference GTR-Registry.com.

GTR-Registy.com is on FaceBook at https://www.facebook.com/GTRRegistry/ Like for updates, rare GTRs and more!

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Regards,

Mark Dodd

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Finally able to update the Australia & New Zealand data to 2016-06. This finishes off the MY16 cars. There was 4 45th Anniversary delivered to Australia. There is also records of the first 7 Nismos and 4 Tracks. 236 new records added. 726 R35s delivered to Australia upto end of MY16 and 62 for New Zealand

http://gtr-registry.com/en-r35-au.php

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