Nissan Skyline 1990-1999 - 2021 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Nissan Skyline 1990-1999

New regulations allow more Skylines to be imported but the prices being realised by 1990s cars at Japanese auctions coupled to strong demand from US buyers make new arrivals more expensive than those already in Australia.

| Buyer's Guide: Nissan Skyline R34 Turbo

A few years back it was possible to buy an outstanding R33 Turbo coupe for under $15,000 and the market was cluttered with cars that wouldn’t sell. Now there seem to be buyers for anything offered and prices beyond $25,000 are common.

The restyled R34 enjoys even stronger demand, with non-turbo four-doors nudging $20,000 and GT-T coupes headed towards $40K. Older R32 Turbos have become inexplicably scarce and survivors are also worth $35-40,000.

R32/R33 GTS Sedan $20,835 [3]

R32 GTS-T Sedan/Coupe $38,335 [3]

R33T Sedan $24,240 [5]

R33 GTS-T Coupe $26,160 [19]

R34 GT $19,745 [6]

R34 GT-T Sedan $28,400 [5]

R34 GT-T Coupe $35,560 [22]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2021 Japanese Classic & Performance Value Guide.

| 2020 Market Review: Nissan Skyline 1990-1999

 

From Unique Cars #454, June 2021

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