A Mazda MX-3 hand-me-down was Peter Cervantes' first car. It was originally his oldest brother’s car who then gave it to his other brother, then to his sister and finally down to him. "I threw a couple bolts-ons on and raced," Cervantes laughs. Fast forward 12 years later and he purchased his first Nissan Skyline GT-R.
After owning a Honda Civic Si and Mitsubishi Evo 8, Cervantes wanted a race car with more power. At the time, it only made sense to own a 'Godzilla' (Nissan Skyline GT-R) while living in Japan. "I went through 3 personal GT-Rs," he states, "and settled with my current R32 in 2014 which was at one point a demo car for Auto Gallery Yokohama." His decision to modify the GT-R came natural as it was what he did with all his cars.
Peter Cervantes’ 1990 Nissan Skyline GT-R is featured in PASMAG #160. More info at https://bit.ly/3fOUfBc.
Videographer: Jr Torralba (@jayare.eos) | Edited by PASMAG