Gallery: Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R (1989-94)
Alex Storacai's Crystal White R32 Skyline GT-R is as close to original as you can get. With the growing trend in the market to find an original, enter the Skyline debate: to modify or not to modify?
1989-94 Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R
There's something unusual about Alex Storacai's R32 GT-R. This is what an R32 GT-R is supposed to look like. Four out of five Skylines on Australian roads are modified in some way, but the growing trend is to find one as close to original as possible.
Alex bought this Crystal White R32 GT-R knowing exactly what he had in mind. "I didn't want a boy racer special because I wanted to experience and appreciate the car in its original state," he says.
In issue #372, we give you advice on what to look for before you buy an R32 GT-R and we take a close look at Alex's car, which is as close to original as you can get. Also, Amanda Hale shares her buying experience from her own search for a modified R32.
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