1989 Nissan Skyline R32 GTR - Gun Grey - poster print
Nissan revived the GT-R nameplate in 1989. At the time, Nissan was competing in Group A Racing with the Skyline GTS-R and wanted to retire the model to make way for a more competitive homologated vehicle. The new generation of the GT-R, on the E-BNR32 chassis (commonly shortened to R32), was designed to dominate Group A class racing, and did.
Fitted with a twin-turbo RB26 unit, power was 286bhp in road spec, but could be easily tuned to over 500bhp without any real issues. The car also had a 4WD named ATTESSA E-TS which gave it unprecedented levels of grip and superb handling, despite its relatively large size and weight. Over 17,000 of the original R32 GT-R’s were produced are now sort after collector cars, especially in completely standard trim.
Accurate and detailed, this print features unique attributes of the original car, but given a stylised and contemporary graphic treatment to look distinct and stylish on your wall.
Dimensions: large 50 x 70cm or medium A3 29.7cm x 42cm - to fit in standard size frames, e.g. from Ikea. Supplied unframed allowing you to match it to your own decor.
Quality: 50 x 70cm Giclée printed on a HP Designjet Z6 large format poster printer using HP All-Pigment Ink onto 200gsm matt art paper stock for vibrant and accurate colour reproduction. A3 size printed on a Konica Minolta Accurioprint C3070L Digital laser press on to 300gsm Pro Design coated paper stock.
Shipping: Posters are rolled inside a sleeve, placed within a strong 2.5mm card tube. Shipping is via a tracked Royal Mail Special Delivery service and the cost includes all packaging materials.