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What are these actually Selling for? Who has bought/Sold a skyline in the last 12 months?

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Hi all,

With people asking more and more for all model of Skylines atm, i am curious what they are actually selling for?
Bonus points if it was an R34 GTT

I have a 500HP R34 GTT, 100,000 km. Curious of its worth.

Who has bought or sold a skyline in the last 12 months?




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I keep an eye on carsales. Most cars dont appear to be moving due to insane prices.

One GT-T with some mods and ~200,000km has popped up for 73k... same money will get you at 2017 C43 AMG with a quarter of the mileage

No wonder they arent moving

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On 10/22/2021 at 1:39 PM, junkie said:

One GT-T with some mods and ~200,000km has popped up for 73k... same money will get you at 2017 C43 AMG with a quarter of the mileage

Geez. After watching the market for close to two years and giving up, i've found that that these only sell if they are:

Sedan NA: 15k or less

Coupe NA: 20k- 25k

Gtt Coupe: 40-50k

Gtt Sedan ~30k


Any GTT above 50k has never been sold with all I have seen on carsales, autotrader, gumtree, private sellers etc.

I've also seen a tuned GTT stated to have above 500 HP on throttle addiction (NSW) go from listed at 72k drop down to 58k and is still listed on their website. 


On 10/19/2021 at 2:16 PM, Matty George said:

40k in Australia.

So if you sell, you'd be safe a 40k I reckon for a reasonably quick sale.

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On 10/22/2021 at 12:59 PM, DaymoR32 said:

if you ever go to sell it, would youy be interested in selling your rb26 covers that you've modifed to suit a neo? i'll give you stock covers + cash

Not really mate, I got these modified but i have seen a few for sale since.

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On 10/29/2021 at 2:21 PM, Dose Pipe Sutututu said:

swap turbo, turn that 500hp into 500kW then go Roll Racing with a For Sale sticker on the back.. Should sell after you deliver chop.

Turbo is still good for more. Didnt want to run it past 21psi due to stock bottom end

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