How To Build Paul Walker’s Skyline in GTA 5

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Auguste Bishop
Auguste Bishop - GTA & Minecraft Expert
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Paul Walker’s Skyline GT-R R34 from the blockbuster movie 2 Fast 2 Furious is one of the most iconic cars in the history of cinema. If you’re a fast & furious fan, you’ll be pleased to hear that you can create Paul Walker’s iconic car in GTA Online. So, we’re going to show you exactly how you can create your very own Skyline GT-R R34.

Without further ado, it’s time to hit Los Santos Customs!

The Elegy Retro Custom and Modifications

Elegy Custom Image

Total Cost: $1,311,933

To begin, you need to purchase the Annis Elegy RH8 from Legendary Motorsports for $95,000, then head to Benny’s Motor Works and upgrade it to the Elegy Retro Custom for $904,000, you can customize this vehicle at the same place, so no need to travel from location to location for this one.

To successfully create the Skyline, you’ll have to purchase these upgrades and customize accordingly:

Exterior and Paint

Exterior Paint of Skyline


  • Primary Color: Pearlescent Bluish Silver – $3,200
  • Secondary Color: Metallic Bluish Silver – $670

Livery and Lights:

  • Midnight Racer Livery $34,200
  • Headlights: Xenon Lights – $7,500
  • Neon Layout: Front, Back, and Sides – $30,000
  • Neon Color: Blue – $6,150


Interior of Skyline
  • Trim Design and Color: Sunstrip in Ultra Blue – $10,460
  • Dash: Carbon Dash – $36,600
  • Dials: Pod Tacho and Dash Gauges – $22,000
  • Doors: Stock
  • Seats: Carbon Track Seats – $18,565
  • Steering Wheels: Formula Clubman – $18,450
  • Lights: Diamond Blue – $4,325
  • Roll Cage: Padded Full Roll Cage – $3,600

Mechanics and Cosmetics

Engine of Skyline

Horn and Plates:

  • Cop Horn or personal choice$3,000
  • Plate holder: Remove Front Plate – $5,280

Roof, Skirts, and Spoilers:

  • Roof Accessories: Roof Vent – $6,240
  • Roof: Roof Spoiler – $700
  • Drift Skirts$14,000
  • Spoiler: Extreme Downforce BGW – $20,500

Bumpers, Chassis, Engine, and Exhausts:

  • Front Bumper: Painted Extended Splitter – $11,700
  • Bumper Meshes: Debadged Grille – $11,040
  • Rear Bumpers: Stock
  • Intercooler: Logo Monster intercooler – $12,000
  • Headlight Trim – Stock
  • Doors: Painted Wind Deflectors – $6,080
  • Fenders: Wide Angular Rear Fenders – $1,700
  • Engine Block: Carbon Valve Cover – $47,500
  • Cam Cover: Blue Exposed Vernier Pulleys – $27,470
  • Strut Brace: Lightened Racing Strut – $24,674
  • Titanium Tuner Exhaust $10,500

Grilles, Hoods, and Wheels:

  • Grilles: Secondary Grille Surround – $750
  • Hood Accessory: Painted Hood Lip – $4,640
  • Hood: Raised Extreme Hood – $11,600
  • Wheel Type – Chrome Rims – $4,850

After upgrading your vehicle and customizing it according to our guide, your total cost will be $1,406,933, which is pretty damn cheap to drive one of the most iconic cars in the world.

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Auguste Bishop
By Auguste Bishop GTA & Minecraft Expert
Hey there, game lovers! I'm Auguste Bishop from WhatIfGaming. Outside of nailing heists in GTA 5 and chilling in Minecraft, I write. And guess what? I whip up some cool guides and listicles, making your GTA Online capers a breeze. I've spent 600 hours in GTA, hitting a slick rank of 650, and when I'm not gaming, I'm sharing all I know.
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