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Rare Air: A Guide To Limited Edition R32 Skylines Part 1 of 2

It may shock you to find out that a total of 296,087 units of the Skyline R32 were sold starting from 1989 to 1994. That averages to about 48,000 cars a year over the production period. To put that in perspective, that's almost the same number the Nissan Maxima sold here in the US in 2014. How the heck can a performance car that seems so rare have sold in similar numbers to a high-volume sedan? A lot of people who know of the Nissan Skyline think all Skylines are GT-Rs – the same way some people think all ricers drive Hondas and all Ferraris are red (some are blue with Nyancat decals) - and don't realize that the Skyline marque is actually a range of cars that include 4-door sedans as well as 2-door coupes with less powerful engines and either RWD or AWD, not just the top-of-the-line GT-Rs that only came in coupe form with the RB26DETT and all-wheel-drive. As a result, those sales numbers are for all the types of R32 Skyline and only about 15 percent of that total productio

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