THIS extremely rare Nissan could sell for a staggering seven-figure sum.
The iconic supercar, dubbed the “unicorn” because of its uniqueness, is expected to fetch up to $1 million in Australia – the equivalent of £500,000.
To the untrained eye, this Nissan Skyline GT-R is just another gem from the ’90s and 2000s ‘import racing scene’ – made popular by the Fast & Furious film series.
But this particular model is one of just 11 examples of the V-Spec II specification built by cult Japanese tuning company Tommykaira.
Tommykaira was known for tuning Nissans by renaming and redesigning select models from the production line.
Speak with 9newsCameron Male, of the Japanese Domestic Market Club, explained how Tommykaira “built racing cars and then homologated them for road use.”
He acknowledged the rarity of this model and added, “After they built this one, they went out of business.”
This Tommykaira is said to be the most powerful model of its kind and the world’s fastest road-legal R34-era Skyline GT-R ever sold by Nissan.
It also comes with a body kit “which is now no longer available.”
The auction for this mega engine is currently live Collect cars and ends October 31st.
This comes after a Range Rover once owned and driven by Queen Elizabeth II was auctioned off earlier this week.
A new electric sports car is now coming onto the market and fans are thrilled with its familiar 90s look.