Nissan GT-R  |  Spotted in San Antonio, Texas

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Nissan GT-R spotted in San Antonio, Texas

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    San Antonio, Texas
  • Description
    Brand new GTR Nismo! Guy sold his Aventador Roadster 50th for this and a huracan.
  • Spotted by
    austin F
  • Date spotted
    12/13/14
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    nissan gtr San antonio nismo  
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Comments (34 total)
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Ok den
Posted:  01/18/2015 11:00:34
 
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We were we talking about the comment that @austin_F made about the Countach. That was the start of the last few comments between @FanOfSuperCars and I.
Posted:  01/17/2015 21:02:07
 
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Y u talking about the 80s the gt heritage diction or as I called it anniversary edition was made back in the mid 2000s
Posted:  01/17/2015 21:00:30
 
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I guess you are right, but back then that was considered expensive, and that's what I was trying to say.
Posted:  01/17/2015 20:54:46
 
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Well I'm assuming 150k in the 80's is not equal to nearly 600k today.
Posted:  01/17/2015 20:45:15
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If $150,000 back in the 80s' is considered a low price, then you're correct.
Posted:  01/17/2015 20:21:04
 
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@austin_F: Yes but those others also started at a lower price, correct?
Posted:  01/17/2015 20:07:47
 
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the anniversary gt is going for 500000
Posted:  01/16/2015 18:17:51
 
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I would believe that prices for the 50th would have gone up in the future because if you look back at the other anniversary models they have all rose dramatically. For instance there an anniversary countach for sale for near $400,000.
Posted:  01/16/2015 09:06:10
 
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It's hard to tell where the prices will go. Time will tell.
Posted:  01/09/2015 18:20:11
 
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It's possible, but I doubt that it would lose more than $50,000 worth of value.
Posted:  01/09/2015 18:18:47
 
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Well the 50th is very expensive, so it could lose value. But personally I would keep the 50th over a GTR and Huracan (+Extra cash im assuming).
Posted:  01/09/2015 18:18:03
 
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What was he thinking?!? Those things will GAIN value since they are so rare!
Posted:  01/09/2015 17:55:09
 
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It'll lose value, so he buys a Nissan and a base model Huracan. Logic
Posted:  01/09/2015 17:53:52
 
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He thought it would "lose value in the coming years" and that's why he sold it. But honeslty I'd rather have a 50th than nismo and huracan.
Posted:  01/09/2015 14:30:44
 
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I wish he would've kept the 50th. It was so much more interesting at the Cars & Coffees. The Huracan and GTR just aren't as exciting.
Posted:  01/07/2015 06:57:36
 
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im in love (jk)

but thats so sick!! as if the GT-R couldnt get ANY MORE AWESOME?!
Posted:  12/15/2014 07:55:52
 
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So actually his old aventador 50th is currently for sale at Lamborghini Houston and on their website but the keep changing the price, either way its a good amount over 600k
Posted:  12/14/2014 22:21:29
 
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Thanks guys really helps!
Posted:  12/14/2014 18:49:02
 
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Pretty sure. Normal Aventadors start under $400k, but I've seen them sell for like $600k.
Posted:  12/14/2014 17:19:37
 
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