1990 Nissan Silvia K’s
This 1990 Nissan Silvia K’s is a very clean example with a number of nice upgrades. The exterior maintains a mostly stock appearance. Five-lug hubs and larger brakes from a GT-R (R32) have been fitted; allowing the use of OEM GTS-T Type M alloy wheels. A GT-R style grille has also been fitted by the previous owner. The Dark Blue Pearl (TH1) paint shines very nicely and is free of severe flaws. The body is in similar condition with no major dents or dings.
Changes inside include a set of R32 GT-R front seats, aftermarket chassis brace, boost/EGR gauge, and Nardi steering wheel. The driver’s seat does have a small area that has been repaired with a patch, but otherwise the seats are in good condition. The door panels, carpet, and headliner show minimal wear and free of significant stains. Unfortunately the dash does have a few cracks which are common with S13s.
The CA18DET starts right away, idles properly, and accelerates without hesitation. Shifts through the 5 speed manual transmission are smooth and the clutch does not slip. The engine has been overhauled previously and received HKS cast pistons and a rebuilt turbocharger at that time. Exhaust exits the vehicle via an HPI stainless steel 3” downpipe which feeds into a 3” catback exhaust system. Other modifications include NISMO struts + springs, Cusco front + rear strut bars, Cusco tension arms, and a Cusco hard pipe kit.
We’re unable to verify the actual mileage of the vehicle since records indicate a faulty cluster was replaced in 10/30/2002 at 56,564 miles.