1990 Nissan R32 GTS-t

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The Nissan R32 coupe is not only fun, but is highly collectible. This 1990 GTS-T is for the performance enthusiasts, and boasts a lightly modified 2.0L turbo RB20DET and a real-deal manual gearbox. Finished in a sexy Black Pearl Metallic (732), the paint and body is in good shape aside from some light dings, chips, and scuffs associated with normal use. Recently serviced and legally imported, this rear-drive sports coupe is turn-key and ready to go. As an all-around sports car, this legendary Skyline GTS-t ticks all the boxes, and that's why this ride is a certified Japanese Classic.

The cabin is surprisingly spacious for a two-door and comes with several power amenities and upgrades. Electric locks, windows, and power-folding mirrors are all standard and work as advertised. A Kenwood audio head unit upgrade delivers all the tunes required for your road trip ahead. Sure it has the light dash bubble, but there is a cover on the dashboard to protect against further damage. The switchgear is all at hand and the OEM digital climate control system blows cold A/C and the heat works like a charm. The seats are trimmed in a soft gray cloth. They lack any major imperfections such as rips, stains or tears. The door cards have some light damage and there is some light staining on the carpets as well, but this ride is 32 years old. The headliner has resisted major abuse and overall it's clear to see the car was cared for in a prior life.

The balanced, front-engine, rear-drive layout is nothing new for sports cars, but has always paid dividends when driving spiritedly. Predictable handling and top-tier driving dynamics are a hallmark of these coupes, and this one is no exception. This Skyline is powered by a silky smooth RB20DET engine that is fresh off an oil and filter service. It starts up promptly and sets into a near vibration-free idle thanks to a new set of spark plugs. An HKS intake with a new filter adds a few ponies, and a Kakimoto catback delivers a throatier exhaust note. Power is sent to the rear wheels through a five-speed manual gearbox. It's a blast to row through the gears and gear changes occur without a hitch or grind. This little Type M really gets down and boogies and is quick to accelerate up to highway speeds! Sadly we couldn't verify this car's mileage but the engine feels strong, and it pulls hard all the way up to redline. It also handles flatly, thanks to a set of Parts Shop Max coilovers. They reduce the fender gap, setting off the sporty aesthetic. Aftermarket UCA's and a HICAS delete with adjustable bars are included, too. Although it rides firmly, it's not too stiff for daily use and the platform is communicative when driving at the limits. The orange factory front strut bar ties the chassis together even more so, and dresses up the engine bay a touch. The brakes are exceptional thanks to a new set of pads and rotors up front. We also replaced the rear pads too. The five-spoke alloys are all wrapped in new rubber at all four corners. The new tires reduce the road noise through the cabin and will last for tens of thousands of miles to come.

*California Residents: In order to register a Gray Market vehicle in the state of California then it will have to be made CARB compliant first. CARB certifications will have to be performed within the state. Depending on the vehicle and any existing modifications will affect the pricing. Typically CARB compliance will range between 5-10K. Additional information can be found on the California Air Resources Board website

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