Tomica Limited Vintage Neo TomyTec Calsonic Nissan Skyline GT-R32
The word ‘legendary’ is overused in the car world, but it’s fair to say that the Calsonic Nissan Skyline GT-R, that won the Spa 24 Hours and three Australian Group A championships, is a modern legend. It’s the car that earned the GT-R the ‘Godzilla’ nickname.
(Source: Thrashing the iconic 1,000PS Calsonic GT‑R)
Enter the Nismo GT-R. In 1990, Nissan marketed 500 limited edition GT-Rs under the Nismo banner. Nismo was Nissan's motorsports and aftermarket division. The biggest difference between the stock GT-R and the Nismo was that the latter had a metallic turbocharger instead of a ceramic one. Nissan developed the car as a Group A racer, entrusting it to drivers Masahiro Hasemi and Kazuyoshi Hoshino.
(Source: Nissan CALSONIC SKYLINE GT-R '93)
For the Calsonic GTR-r32, Tomica published the first edition in 1989 and which was made in Japan. In recent years, there are some diecast car manufacturers produce the GTR-32 with the Calsonic tampo, such as Kyosho, Inno64, and the MiniGt.
The TomyTec includes a movable car hood and detailed engine. But the selling price is higher than the other brands. In addition, the rims look too thick at all.
with Brake dis.
Nitrous oxide was included.
Movable car hood and detailed engine.
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