|Not a MotoRex R34, however it is listed as such.|
Scams. Scams are everywhere. In this case, this R34 Nissan Skyline GT-R is claimed by the seller to be a MotoRex car. However it is not. There are at least a few giveaways here, we will try and show you how to tell a real MotoRex car from a fake MotoRex car.
|Substitute for US VIN as used on MotoRex cars.|
The listing price starts at $180k, for a car they are claiming in the listing, is one of eleven MotoRex cars. A call to the NHTSA at (202)366-5291 would let you know if this claim was true. Any car being sold for this kind of money, needs to have documentation, like a bond release, to back it up.
|Copy of a bond release for a R32 GT-R|
Next item is the rear side marker light. MotoRex never used a sidemarker light like that. That light is a classic Canadian car tipoff.
|MotoRex R34 GT-R showing rear sidemarker light|