Japanese cars

As my fiance was looking through some website the other night, I heard him scream a shout of joy that I am pretty sure the neighbors could hear also. I ran in, thinking that he hat finally found the perfect honeymoon vacation spot, but lo and behold, he was on a website that caters to the desires of American car enthusiasts. You see, my better half loves cars. He has a pretty big collection, and it’s fine with me as long as I don’t have to do without a roof over my head to ensure the cars have a safe garage to live in! Anyway, an ad on the site caught his eye and caused him to shout with glee. The ad read NIssan Skyline GT-R For Sale. Apparently, the Nissan Skyline GT-R is quite rare and quite an amazing car. The Nissan Skyline GT-R was never made in the United States, so apparently my fiance has been looking for one for a long time. He showed me a picture of it online, and I will admit that the Skyline GT-R that is for sale is quite an impressive looking car. I can see why he likes it. Like so many of his favorite cars, like the Mustang, the car got its start back in the sixties. He always seems to like cars from the 60s and 70s. I have no idea why. Anyway, he says that the Nissan Skyline GTR for sale is something he wants to get. Just from being around him, I know that importing a car from Japan is not easy. I think I am going to call his JDM importer and surprise him with this car for his birthday.

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