Nissan Skyline GTR 2000 Hakosuka M2 Machines Review

Hai Diecast Lovers meet together DiecastOraSambat. Today there are legend products, embryos from Nissan GTR, namely Nissan GTR 2000, better known as Hakosuka. The legend is obtained in a special and first way to get it.

Honestly DiecastOraSambat to get 64 scale diecast always by buying, but to get the Nissan Skyline GTR 2000 Hakosuka by means of an auction system, this is the first experience of DiecastOraSambat. At this auction, Diecast OraSambat was actually not ambitious to be able to get the Dios Nissan Skyline GTR 2000 Hakosuka from M2 Machines, because the main target was Jada Toys, Mustang Boss 302. But it seems that the Diecast is not matched with Mustang Boss 302 from Jada Toys.

The Nissan Skyline GTR 2000 Hakosuka was the second choice but it turned out that Hakosuka preferred to join me instead of the Mustang. Legend has his own way to match with me and wants to live with his grandson Nissan Skyline GTR R35. Maybe he wants to make me know that if you love my grandson you should also love me the embryo of Skyline.

When fate had spoken I was unable to do anything else, so I won Legend half-heartedly. This half heart made me recognize the beginning of the journey from the Nissan Skyline GTR 2000 Hakosuka. And from this story’s journey it made me get the other half hearts that were still scattered.

The GT-R family tree begins with Prince Skyline Sport which was built from 1957 to 1964 and participated in the 1964 Japanese Gran Prix. The car was second behind the new Porsche 904 GTS, which is a very successful mid-engine race car, but it turns out that the Porsche 904 GTS is submissive.

The victory was so impressive that Nissan brought most of Prince’s racing engineers up, including Shin’ichiro Sakurai, the demanding engineer who led the Skyline development. Nissan assigned it to develop the Nissan Skyline GT-R.

The small box-shaped car that debuted in 1969 was powered by a 2.0 liter straight liter engine based on the engine found on the R380 which was able to produce 160 HP. The car quickly proved itself to be a fierce competitor, winning 52 races – 49 of them in a row during the first three years of production, this is clearly extraordinary. Then how can it be known as Hakosuka? It is based on the shape and name of the road. Hako means box while Suka is the name of a mountain road in Japan. While the name of the designer who made the Nissan Skyline GTR 2000 Hakosuka is Shinichiro Sakurai.

For Diecast Skyline GTR 2000 Hakosuka from M2 Machines has a good level of detail and solid, the feel of the retron is also seen with the metal vernish that is very identical to the retro car at that time to show the elegant nuances that are on the front and rear grille. To function as a car model diecast Nissan GTR 2000 Hakosuka is located on the engine cap and the wheel is capable of rotating well.

The first drawback is in the taillights that look a little less precise, the second is on the interior side which is only made simple, just looks there are seats wrapped in black. Though the appearance of Hakosuka on this product is a racing look. If the interior side was also made racing breathing it would definitely add to the power of the Hakosuka. For wheels I actually disagree even though maybe the goal is to keep the retro breath. I will probably change the wheels for the Hakosuka’s appearance to be more cool and cool.

Those are the advantages and disadvantages of the Nissan GTR 2000 Hakosuka from M2 Machines as well as a little history from Hakosuka itself and also DiecastOraSambat get it. For those of you who are not satisfied with this story, you can also watch the Nissan Skyline GTR 2000 Hakosuka M2 Machines Review.

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