Nissan Skyline 1990-99 – 2018 market review

By: Cliff Chambers - Unique Cars magazine

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Nissan Skyline 1990-99 – 2018 market review
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Nissan Skyline 1990-99 – 2018 market review

Once upon a time not long ago every second advertisement for a Japanese import seemed to be placed by someone selling an R33 GST-T.

Lots of the mid-1990s turbo coupes do remain available but values even for stand-out cars remain below $15,000.

Earlier R32 turbo coupes are doing better and prices have increased slightly. Non-turbo sedans covering the period 1990-97 are still cheap.

R34 Skylines are becoming quite mainstream and sedans sometimes pop up doing family duty.

The R34 GT-T two-door looks bland alongside the R33 but maybe that’s a good thing.

Values are holding up well considering the newest of these Nissans are close to 20 years old.

R32/R33 GTS $7100 [9]  R32 GTS-T $13,760 [13]

R33 GTS-T Sedan $8750 [8]  R33 GTS-T Coupe $12,330 [38]

R34 GT $9210 [14]  R34 GT-T Sedan $13,050 [18]

R34 GT-T Coupe $20,285 [38]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2018 Japanese Classic Car Value Guide.

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