It doesn’t happen often to find a pair of stacked Nissan Skyline KPGC10 GT-Rs in a junkyard, let alone one of them chopped in half. A half rusted Skyline in a junkyard and half overgrown is obviously a great subject for photography. That’s why I found it not odd to find the same stacked (half) Nissan Skyline KPGC10 GT-R twice on the interwebs:
First stack is a Nissan Skyline KPGC10 on top of a Nissan Skyline C210. The Mazda Savanna (RX-7) in front of these two Skylines still appears as if it could just drive off and fence off its (rusty) fate.
Getting a bit closer made me suspect that the top Skyline actually only exists out of the rear part:
Wrong: even though it has been robbed of its original overfender on the left side it still does have the majority of the floorpan.
Now the second stack is the very same Nissan Skyline KPGC10 GT-R but now on top of another Nissan Skyline KGC10 coupe:
Major sections, sills, firewall and a-post have been cut out. The Skyline underneath still appears to be in okayish condition and perhaps *could* be restored, but who wants to restore a rusted out KPGC10 without the P? (the Prince S20 engine)