The R33 Nissan Skyline GT-R may not be available in left-hand drive, but it’s still a legendary sports car that has American buyers obsessed even decades later. It’s still plenty quick, handles well and can reliably make much more power than the 276 hp it officially came with from the factory. Still, a sports coupe is never going to be the most practical vehicle, so what if you could get a Skyline GT-R wagon?
Essentially, that’s exactly what this 1998 Nissan Stagea 260RS Autech that’s currently for sale on Cars & Bids is — the Skyline GT-R wagon that Nissan never offered. The Stagea shared a platform with the Skyline, so all Autech had to do was give it the GT-R’s engine, transmission and all-wheel-drive system, and there you go. You’ve got a sleeper wagon that really only stands out because of the body kit and rear wing.
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