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Mike Stevens | Mar, 10 2009 | 4 Comments

The GT-R/Stagea Wagon mutant is nice and all, but how do you make Nissan’s GT-R more appealing to the Aussie male? Chuck a tray on the back, of course.

Japan’s Dear Motorsports (we told you they’ve all got whacky names) has taken a BNR34 Nissan Skyline GT-R front half-cut – the all-new GT-R’s predecessor – and stitched it to a backend comprised of parts both custom and donated by a WC34 Nissan Stagea.

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This one’s a bit of an oldy – 2007, to be precise – but since the GT-R/Stagea wagon post seemed to get hearts and minds racing, we thought we’d show you this one as well.

[Jalopnik via zenkai-flatout.blogspot.com]

 
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