In the early 70’s, the Skyline had achieved an important milestone in the Japanese car manufacturing when it broke the years of dominance by European & Western cars, namely the Porsches and Alfas, in the Japanese race series. This has said to have paved the way to other Japanese car manufacturers to add performance cars in their line up with the confidence gained from the Skyline’s
success. Alas it can be said, if it were not for the skyline there won’t be any Evo, Supras or RX7s today.
Zerotohundred.com currently hosts The Malaysian Skyline Club.
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In Malaysia though never been officially brought in by Nissan, we are fortunate to have Skylines on our roads. Their numbers were small to the point you would know every Skyline owner, as possession of a car with such stature & rarity would never allow one to go unnoticed. However with a sudden influx of importers and through the wide spread understanding of the Skylines legacy recently, the number of cars and owners has increased tremendously.
In light of this, a group of Skyline owners & enthusiast had decided to team up and called themselves Malaysian Skyline Club. The purpose of this clubs is:
- to help members maintain and enhance their vehicle
- to provide technical information to members and assist them in sourcing parts and services
- to communicate and interact with similar interest clubs and owners worldwide
- to organise and participate in activities such as tours, displays, social activities, meetings, technical sessions and deals on goods and services for members
- to encourage and reward active participation in Club activities
- to promote the awareness and appreciation of Skyline
For more information of the Club, please contact Jane at firstname.lastname@example.org or mobile +6012 4870487
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