In a new indie short film by Dylan Osborn, a family gathers for the reading of their deceased father’s will. With a substantial estate at stake, the children are eager to take their inheritance. But their father’s final wish is for their family to earn their inheritance through a race.
The film features an interesting assortment of cars including a Datsun 240Z, Morgan Aero 8, Porsche 911 Turbo Carrera GT2, and Mercedes-Benz GL Class. Of course the hero car in this film is the Nissan GT-R which, as in real life, puts the 911 through its paces.
Although this film can easily be seen as an advertisement for Nissan, one Worcester Nissan dealer stresses that the film was not affiliated with Nissan in any way. Instead, the film shows the real passion for the GT-R nameplate, even despite the only recent availability of the legendary Japanese sports car to U.S. consumers. Although “Godzilla” hasn’t been on our shores for long, many Nissan GT-R Auburn WA models are still in high demand because they offer stellar performance for thousands less than the competition.
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