Nissan's GT-R has staying power. Introduced in 2007, the GT-R ditched its Skyline coupe origins and became a completely separate supercar in its own right. Continual upgrades over the last 13 years have kept it competitive, right up to what might be its final production run. Classic Youngtimers have taken a different tack with their GT-R Godzilla 2.0 build, however, harnessing the GT-R's all-wheel-drive for a rally-influenced, offroad package. The suspension has been lifted nearly five inches and the wheels wrapped in all-terrain tires. Large LED lights on the front, roof rack with spare tire and lightbar, and camo wrap make its intended purpose unmistakable. Under the hood is a 600-plus horsepower twin-turbo V6, backing up what the exterior promises. The car is now up for sale in the Netherlands.