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Earlier this year, the flashiest R35 Nissan GT-R of all time was unveiled by Kuhl Racing, a Japan-based tuning compound to car enthusiasts all around the world. From what we learnt, the car is now up in the market for sale. This should be good news for interested buyers.

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From the outside, the Nissan GT-R is decorated with a bespoke body kit complete with intricate handmade engravings.

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Also on the exterior design, there are many coats of gold-coloured paint sprayed over the chrome-finished panels. The amount of work put into the outside makes the car go for an asking price of $550,000.

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Aside from the bespoke body, the Nissan GT-R sits on a set of black and chrome wheels. There is a custom wing at the back with swan uprights and a lowered suspension. There is no way you wouldn’t steal many glances if you are lucky enough to see it live.

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The custom company also went on to upgrade its performance. The GT-R is now fitted with a V6 3.8-liter twin turbocharged engine with a generative output of 820 horsepower. There is also the titanium exhaust system fitted on the car as we speak.

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The cabin hasn’t been left out of these modifications. It has also been exposed to some touches like unique Recaro bucket seats and several accents finished in chrome, in areas such as air vents, center console, air vent shrouds and the door handles. From the listing information, it looks like the car has 3,728 miles on its clock.

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The biggest question should be: are you willing to drop that much to be the rightful owner of this gold chrome 2014 Nissan GTR? After all, who doesn’t love a car that calls envious attention? Regardless, we cannot deny the beauty of this performance sports car courtesy of Kuhl racing.

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