Victoria’s finest selection of GTR skylines took this cruise
from pancakes to the beach! with a variety of cars this meet did not disappoint.
Likes this R32 GT-R, it was literally clean enough to eat off.
This R32 is in such good nick it should be in a Shannon’s museum.
With any one ‘make’ meet/cruise there are some imposters, no one seemed to mind this Evo dropping in. I find the older shape is becoming quite the classic, it won’t be long before we see them going for ‘classic’ prices!
One of the most impressive rides was this beautiful Bayside Blue R34 GT-R, cars like this have such a presence
With disc’s and calipers this big you could stop pretty much slow down the rotation of the earth.
In one word CLEAN, this is a real GT-R, and it demands respect!
Gran Turismo Racer that’s what this badge stands for, it represents years of development and performance.
This Bayside Blue R34 GT-R almost changes colour in this golden light.
That LCD screen in the background actually isnt for the kids, it displays real time information like water and oil temp! this should be standard in all performance cars!
Another clean example of a great looking GT-R with an impressive set of rays wheels.
RedBus racing is one of Melbourne most up and coming time-attack teams! it was great to see this car on it last road outing before it is comited to full time race car.
The R32 is my favorite model in the skyline range, Godzilla brought a whole new dimension to performance cars and racing in general.
Nothing but gold for this Japanese classic.
The RB26 Legend, this is with out doubt Nissan’s most successful engine, with almost unlimited tuning capability.
Some of australias rarest GTR’s in one location!
Williamstown Newport was a great location for this SAU meet, with views of melbourne and the bay.
Rollcall; R33,”present”, R34, “present”, R31 …..r31!!……”away sick”
Fully drift modified 180sx, was sitting low and tuff with some heavily flared front guards.
As the sun disappeared , the city lights reveled them self. This was a great spot, unfortunately the fisherman
werent to happy with us jamming up their carpark! the meet went late and it was great to see so many SAU members together in one place.
Next cruise should prove to be even bigger.
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