Own a piece of GT history ('16 Schulze Motorsport GT-R)

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Just stumbled over this through Facebook (Google translation):
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Advertisement number
    42698
Advertised on
    01/20/2021
category
    Touring cars & GT vehicles
Manufacturer
    Nissan
Car pass
    Yes
Status
    Second hand
StVZO
    No
Rate code
    VB
Construction year
    2016
Readiness to drive
    ready for driving
Displacement
    3798 cc
power
    703 hp

Location
    06667 / Weißenfels OT Tagewerbe, Germany

description
Nissan GT-R R35 (similar to GT3) 700PS
Additional Information

Nissan GT-R R35 (similar to GT3) 700PS

The vehicle was completely rebuilt in 2016 (SP8T) and is almost identical to the Nissan GT-R GT3 except for the transmission (original double clutch transmission (very low-maintenance and long running time)). The GT-R has rear-wheel drive but can be converted back to all-wheel drive (parts are included). The lap times are similar to the Nissan GT3 depending on the track layout.

The GTR was completely rebuilt by us in 2016 for the 24h race at the Nürburgring. Almost all parts were replaced for this:
 
• new GT3 engine (incl. 2 turbochargers)
• new double clutch transmission
• Drive parts (drive shafts)
•    Axes
• all bearings
• Carbon body kit + underbody completely from the GT3
• Exhaust from the GT3
• Cooler + pumps
etc.
 
Due to lack of time, the vehicle has only been driven a little since 2016. The entire car has lost a maximum of 25 operating hours since it was rebuilt (24h race failed after 6h). You can understand this very well using the car passport.
 
The Recaro seat has the FIA 8862-2009 standard and is valid until 2023. The FT3 safety tank is valid until 2022 and can be exchanged easily and inexpensively compared to the GT3 tank. The parts for it are included in the purchase (differential, drive shafts, cardan shaft, front damper, radiator and oil pump).
In addition, the following parts are included with the purchase:
• 1 set of front brake discs + pads
• 2 wheel nuts +1 wheel nut
• Lever lance + aluminum safety supports
• 1 set of rims + tires (on car)
• several KW springs with different spring rates
Optional:
• 2 sets of rims
• Double clutch transmission

Displacement: 3,799ccm

Power: 517 kW / 703 PS

Torque: 784 Nm at 5185 rpm

Empty weight: 1500 kg

Chassis: KW 3 ways

Brake: Brembo GT3 with ABS / ESP

Transmission: double clutch

Circuit: paddle

Drive: rear (conversion to all-wheel drive possible)

Rims: RAYS forged 18x13

Price: 70,000 € net

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More here: https://www.motorsportmarkt.de/inse...HoCywVC-MRGntv-gSyfTtpNC4Fl7vOXaVtPkTOaWQJMjc
 
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€70k seems incredibly cheap, a fair bit cheaper than a new road going GT-R, although I suppose that price reflects the limited use cases and maintenance costs.