However this car is not a good example. 337,000 km. Thats 209,000 miles. Which for a car in Japan, seems like it should be a million here. The car needed an engine rebuild, had some rust, had burn holes in the seats. In other words, it was a bit beat.
Sold for 7.065 million yen at auction. Or depending on the exchange rate about $65,000.
So anyone want to bet that R34 GT-R's won't be $100k in the US in 2024?
Does a tire really make that much of a difference? Andrew from Motive Garage wanted to put the old saying to the test, 0.1 in the 60 foot is worth 0.2 at the big end. Did he find out its true, or a myth?