1991 Nissan Laurel C33
There's no doubt about it, this is a one of a kind Nissan Laurel. From it's wild paint to the aggressive stance there's no debate that this car was built to be driven. Between the color and kit there's nothing subtle about it, so prepare to be noticed. A full Uras body kit paired with Dmax D1 Wide Fenders and Dmax rear wing give the Laurel it's dramatic proportions. Shockingly fuchsia was not an original factory color, so you do see the original black when you open the doors/trunk/hood. The color swap was not done with the intentions of being a show car, so it does have it's fair share of imperfections. The same can be said about the bodykit seeing as it is fiberglass, so it does have chips and cracks. The wheels are a square setup and the two front tires have just been replaced.
The interior has been left largely all in tact which comes as a slight surprise. It does have several quality additions from the D1 steering wheel to the bolt in 7 point roll cage. The driver side seat has been replaced and offers considerably more support. Both front and rear seats have been well maintained, free of any notable rips or stains. The carpeting has been modified to fit the cage but was done rather cleanly. Atop the dash are several nice gauges, a Defi boost gauge on the right and three Auto Gauges to the left (Water Temp, Oil Temp, and Oil Pressure.) Underneath the steering column is a Defi controller to play back peak boost, lap runs, etc. The Razo shift knob looks right at home and feels great when rowing through the gears. While clearly a purpose built car it does have all of the power accessories. Power windows, power mirrors, even automatic climate control which is blowing cold.
Under the hood we find some more quality upgrades to the RB20DET. A Blitz front mounter intercooler is prominently staring through the Uras front bumper which gives a properly aggressive look. A HKS intake helps to feed more cool air the straight six. Out back is a dual tip blast pipe which will certainly make sure people know you've arrived. For handling and to get the right ride height a set of Stealth coilovers were installed. Up front are a set of Cusco traction arms and upper strut tower bar. The C33 is reading 73K miles however it was not verified before leaving Japan. The RB20 fires right up and makes one heck of a sound. It pulls hard and the transmission shifts well which makes it a blast around town. This car was not built for someone looking to fly under the radar, be prepared to turn some heads.
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