Photo: Brian McCarthy

Photo: Brian McCarthy

Photo: Brian McCarthy

Photo: Brian McCarthy

Photo: Brian McCarthy

Photo: Brian McCarthy

Photo: Brian McCarthy

Photo: Brian McCarthy

Photo: Brian McCarthy

Photo: Brian McCarthy

Photo: Brian McCarthy

Photo: Brian McCarthy

1995 Nissan GT-R LM

Apr 26, 2019 | On Show

Photos: Brian McCarthy

Any Skyline GT-R from the ‘90s is cult classic, thanks to their performance, their prowess in multiple iterations of the Gran Turismo video game franchise, and the fact that they were not exported to the United States because of emissions regulations. However, the 1995 R33 NISMO GT-R LM road car pictured here has a cult status that transcends nearly all other examples. It is the lone road-going example built to homologate the model for the 24 Hours of Le Mans as a GT car. The car gets 305 horsepower from its 2.6-liter engine. The competition version finished 10th overall and fifth in class at Le Mans in 1995.

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