Huh, i thought you did. As the corolla GTS 1.6.
There are many myths, legends, and miss information about Skylines. I am a former Skyline owner. So i'm not being biased. The R32,33,and 34 rust faster than you'd imagine. Any snow is a no go.
But aside from the fact they are a 2-door sedan with a turbo 6, there is nothing remarkable about them.
The Z32 fairlady (300zx) was the flagship of the early 90's with some being priced higher than GTR's at the time. And even now. THEY are a remarkable car.and you have those.
The engine used in them, the V6, went on to be revamped, and progressed into the V6 design used in the 350z, and V35 Skyline. And further into the GTR of today. Which is far from the Skylines roots. Not even really a skyline. At all.
The car you know as the G37? Is actually the next skyline released after the R34. A sleeker shape, less prone to rust. An engine with huge potential. And everything a Skyline really is. -a hardtop, 6cyl, with agile handling for a big car. And a solid daily, or base for a tuner car.
I still don't get why you guys complain about not getting the most average performance car from Japan. Complain about not getting the Suzuki Cappucino instead.
R34 parts fit most cars. In general, Nissan parts fit Nissans. Toyota parts fit Toyota's, and i have even seen GTR brakes on a corolla. You can mix and match if you know how to adapt.