6. Nissan Skyline R32
Everybody who ever played racing games in the last 20 years knows about the R32. This crazy powerful all-wheel drive Japanese coupe was on top of many American enthusiasts’ wish lists for a quarter of a century. But now it is finally eligible to import. They introduced this model in 1989, but the best versions emerged in the early ’90s. This makes the GT-R version a quintessential 90’s car.
For those who want the facts, the Skyline is a two-door coupe with intelligent all-wheel drive. It also has a 2.6-liter turbocharged engine with 276 HP stock and a lot of tuning potential. Unfortunately, all R32s are right-hand drive models since they produced them for the Japanese and Australian markets. But for true JDM fans, this just adds to their appeal.
American fans of the Skyline R34 will be pleased to know they can now import this car legally to the U.S. But, you’d better hurry up since the prices will rise. But since this car was illegal for all its life, it is best to take it on a true American road trip before you park it in your garage.