1/24 NISSAN KDR30 SKYLINE SUPER SILHOUETTE '82
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In 1982, after a 10 year absence, the Nissan Skyline returned to the racing circuit. This reintroduction has quite a passionate back story. In the 10 years that Nissan stopped officially competing with the Hakosuka Skyline, Masahiro Hasemi had successively raced privately as a Hasemi Motor Sports representative-cum-racer at the behest of strong demand from those at Prince Auto Sales who wished to see the Skyline compete. At 1,000 yen each, Nissan Prince Dealers Club (Nissan PDC) stickers were sold to Prince employees in order to fund the creation of a Group 5 DR30 Skyline racing car. This plan made it possible to sustain support from the Nissan Oppama Institute and made racing the Nissan Works' Super Silhouette Skyline a reality. Thus, the hopes and dreams of Skyline lovers took form as this famous car, the Super Silhouette.