Another Hakosuka GT-R prepped for racing. I wonder why there were no racing coupes at the museum? Look at the tiny, tiny roll bar. Safety has come a long way since the 60’s!
Here is the inspiration for Colemans Rally Beater. The original African Safari Rally Beater! I bet Dave would love to see the original in person.
I was surprised to see a run of the mill CBA R35 GT-R in the museum. These are sort of a common car here.
Here is a Bolt GT-R which was done as a collaboration with Usain Bolt, the world’s fastest man and Gold Medal Winner. It is basically a regular GT-R with special paint and interior colors. Supposedly two were made, one owned by Usain Bolt, the other owned by a guy in Australia but here is one in the Nissan museum. Did Nissan buy one back? Was a third car made? I dunno.
Here is a Group 5 S110 race car. Group 5 was a Silhouette class where some parts of the body had to remain stock but the rest of the aero was pretty open. These cars were the inspiration of today’s Boso cars.