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Old 14-12-2014, 09:35 AM   #1
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How much would a R34 GTR in the states cost in the year 2025?

I'm saving all my money for the year 2025 to hit. How much do you think a decent Nissan Skyline R34 GTR or GTT will cost when they become legal in the year 2023-2027?
89 R32 are 15-25k.
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Well in that cause i'd say they will be worth vital body organs.
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Old 14-12-2014, 03:52 PM   #3
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Buy one now and ship it somewhere until you can collect it in 2025
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They only made 12175 BNR34's and a tidy one will cost 25k+ now, Cannot see much more (if any) depreciation setting in as the oldest were made way back in 1999....So I'd predict they'll only get rarer and the remaining vehicles prices will increase from this figure!

I'd stick my neck out and say the R34 Skyline GT-R would be at least 35k+ by then if not more....
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More like 50k for a totally stock i reckon.

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More like 50k for a totally stock i reckon.
True! Its hard to find a 100% stock BNR34 now, Who knows what it'll be like in another ten years??
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You won't find one that isn't modded by then, unless old fella has kept one hidden away.

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Old 15-12-2014, 02:25 AM   #8
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Buy one now and ship it somewhere until you can collect it in 2025
Why? If you can't drive it for 10 years, why would you pay the high prices they currently fetch just to store it away? Low mileage and/or pristine R34's will still be around and for a much better price when they're legal to import.
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Uh... I can get an r34 in Canada for $15,000 American with 70,000 km on it and very few mods, no rust, and registered here so why wouldn't you pay that and own it instead of waiting 10 years and they have gone so high in price ($60,000 or more because of the rarity in ten years) and be more of a pain to bring in? Buy one in Canada, rent a storage unit for $1200 a year and you're $27,000 into it and own a car worth $50,000+? Tell me why not.

Plus if he ever comes up over the border he can buy a permit and drive it around whilst he's here. Problems?
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Uh... I can get an r34 in Canada for $15,000 American with 70,000 km on it and very few mods, no rust, and registered here so why wouldn't you pay that and own it instead of waiting 10 years and they have gone so high in price ($60,000 or more because of the rarity in ten years) and be more of a pain to bring in? Buy one in Canada, rent a storage unit for $1200 a year and you're $27,000 into it and own a car worth $50,000+? Tell me why not.

Plus if he ever comes up over the border he can buy a permit and drive it around whilst he's here. Problems?
Where are you getting an R34 GTR (or even a GTT) for $15k? Even one that's ragged/rusted out go for more. Everywhere I've checked in Canada, R34s are going for $50k+. And if you're talking about a one-off deal that only you know of, that's irrelevant to this conversation.
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I have a '99 R34 GT-R, if anyone wants to buy it in 2024-2025, let me know in 2023 ;)
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Uh... I can get an r34 in Canada for $15,000 American with 70,000 km on it and very few mods, no rust, and registered here so why wouldn't you pay that and own it instead of waiting 10 years and they have gone so high in price ($60,000 or more because of the rarity in ten years) and be more of a pain to bring in? Buy one in Canada, rent a storage unit for $1200 a year and you're $27,000 into it and own a car worth $50,000+? Tell me why not.

Plus if he ever comes up over the border he can buy a permit and drive it around whilst he's here. Problems?


But where in Canada is a good place I have seen some between 25-50k, BUT they are already sold by the time I see the post...:/
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I'm guessing to answer your question between 60-80k up to 100k for a very nice one and only bc the US likes to Jack up the prices of everything....think of it like this the 34 is one of the highest demanding gtr in the us....if a 32 goes for around 20 you can bet a 34 will fetch triple that
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True! Its hard to find a 100% stock BNR34 now, Who knows what it'll be like in another ten years??
Yeah, exactly, you should think about it, because no one knows what will happen in next ten years.
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