Another thing from the Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R Owners Bible, the Nismo brochure, and optional parts. Someone on YouTube asked me if the Nismo came with a 260 km/hr or 320 km/hr speedometer. My car #500 has a 180 km/hr(111 mph) speedo in it. #383 has a 320 km/hr(198 mph) speedo. It seems the 260 km/hr(161 mph) was an option according to this brochure. I think the 320 km/hr speedo must have come later in the production run. The 1990 Nismo Nissan Skyline GT-R is legal to import to the US under the Show or Display exemption.
|Nismo R32 GT-R Original brochure|
|Group A Machine GT-R Nismo. This is before they won 29 of 29 races in Group A|
|Nismo Skyline GT-R. ShoworDisplay.com|
|Nismo Skyline Optional Parts|
|Calsonic Group A R32 GT-R and Nismo optional parts brochure|
If you are interested in importing your own R32 Nissan Skyline GT-R, there are a few options. Either you can import a Nismo R32 Skyline GT-R under Show or Display, or you can import a 1989 Nissan Skyline GT-R in 2014 under the 25 year exemption for NHTSA/DOT, and its over 21 years old for the EPA. The R32 was first sold in August of 1989. Here is a production chart showing the chassis numbers produced each month.