Nissan Skyline GT-R (R33) (1995-1998) – £30,000
Nothing but 100 were brought in, all high-performance V-spec cars modified to meet SVA regulations, but there are many gray input. There’s nothing wrong with buying one of these, of course, but check their history stacks – and make sure they undersealed shortly afterwards they arrived here to face our salty roads. Original British cars will of course bring you a hefty premium. Sure there’s a lot of grunt, even in a standard 276 hp car – although it will be difficult to find something like this as so many have blown the fuse.
Again, buying a modified one isn’t a bad thing, but you need to make sure it’s been tampered with by someone who knows what they’re doing – anything over 400 horsepower would require serious work. However, if you do it right, you’ll have a true 90s icon and an incredible point-to-point machine.
We found: 1999 Nissan Skyline GT-R (R33) 2.6, 67,000 miles – £42,995