Nissan GT-R is a silver Pirate in China
Published on July 18, 2012 by Tycho de Feijter
Early Wednesday afternoon in Beijing, time so for Bling! Here we have a very shiny silver Nissan GT-R with pirate stickers on the doors.
We have seen those before on a Ferrari 599, the pirate-thing has something to do with Mastermind Japan, a bloody clothing company, which makes these stickers kinda gay. But we should not complain! We know a man who knows a man who knows the owner of this Nissan car, so we don’t wanna fight here, at least not before Friday night with ‘nough beer on the table.
Skull doesn’t sit straight, even when you leave out the car that doesn’t sit straight in the picture, or maybe the area out there up north (Beijing) just isn’t straight itself. But even then, that skull ain’t straight on the body. Straight or not, the silver wrap loox fantastic, blacked out alloys freaking good.
Shiny shiny shiny! The Nissan GT-R is a popular car in Chinaland, various owners like to sex it up a bit with weird colors and other extra’s. Some are successful, some not. This is our collection: pink&black, orange, Lioncel, green-blue-pink, gold, lime-green, and police. The GT-R is likely the fastest car in the world, but in China it doesn’t come cheap, there is only one and it costs 1.5 million yuan or 235.000 USD. No kidding!
Black racing stripes are questionable but if it helps to go faster, well, why not?
Back is bare, no racing stripes here.