Staring off with the R33, the R33 does not get as much media coverage as the R34, however, it is still running around the circuit by MCR during track days. Back in the late 90's, it was featured in one of the Best Motoring GTR battles, but unfortunately it lost to the Mine's R33.
With one of the more recent post and picture courtesy of SpeedHunters.com, I used the updated MCR R33 to base on the modification for my R33 model since there was not a manufacturer kit for it.
Model specs and modification:
- Fujimi R33 Skyline GTR base kit
- Custom modified Nismo front bumper with Nismo front lip
- Top secret carbon look hood
- GT Wing and carbon trunk clips in the rear
- 18" Enkei NT03 wheels
- MCR decals
Comparing to the R33, the MCR R34 gets a lot more media coverage. The car itself was featured in various Best Motoring and Hot Version battles that I'm sure many Skyline enthusiasts are familiar with it. (Photo coutersy also from SpeedHunters.com).
Aoshima has it's own kit for it. so the modification on the one is minimal besides the Enkei GTC01(kit came with NT03 instead).
Together as a dual: