The Nissan Skyline C210 is the succeeding model to the C110 "Kenmeri" Skyline from the early to mid-1970s. With a production run from 1977-1981 model years, this generation of Skyline did not feature a GT-R model, as the oil crisis of 1973 led to the Kenmeri GT-R being pulled from production prematurely. This generation of Skyline however was the first to feature a Turbocharged model, the GT-EX.
The Hot Wheels C210 features round headlights, indicating a 1977-78 model, and is pretty much factory spec but features fender flares, a front air dam and lowered stance. The 2018 model's steering wheel is cast in silver, possibly as part of the base. This casting is Right-Hand Drive (RHD), as standard on all Japanese-market vehicles.
The Nissan Skyline C210 has come out in the following 1/64 scale versions:
|Col #||Year||Series||Color||Tampo||Base Color / Type||Window Color||Interior Color||Wheel Type||Toy #||Country||Notes / Variations||Photo|
|2018||Car Culture: Japan Historics 2
|Metalflake Purple||Detailed head- & taillights, Skyline badges, GReddy & JNC logos on sides||ZAMAC||Clear||Tan||MiniC4SP||FLC06||Thailand||Base codes: K44, K45, K46|
|2019||Fast & Furious: Fast Rewind
|Yellow||Licensed graphics from The Fast & the Furious. '7' on sides. Detailed head & taillights.||ZAMAC||Tinted (Black)||Black||C4SPRR||GHH17||Thailand||Base code(s): M37, M38|
|2020||Hot Wheels Boulevard
|Black||Red JNC & GReddy logos, White circle, Black CJS, Wihte Skyline logo||Smoke||Gray||Dark Gold MiniC4SP||GJT84||Thailand||Base code(s): N28, N29, N30|