1991 Nissan Silvia
This 1991 Nissan Silvia is sure to stand out and has a number of exterior changes. The most obvious changes on the outside are the 180SX front end conversion, custom paint, and aftermarket aero. The aero consist of a Type-X style front bumper, Origin +55mm front fenders, Origin +50mm rear fenders, and Car Modify Wonder side skirts + rear bumper. A set of 15” SSR Longchamp wheels help to fill out the wider fenders and fit the look of the vehicle. The trim has some wear from age but otherwise the exterior is in good shape. The paint shines nicely with only minor cosmetic flaws and the body is free of major dents and dings.
Changes inside the cabin include a Bride Ergo II reclinable seat, Momo “Sport” steering wheel, and GReddy boost gauge. There are a few cracks in the dash, which is a common occurrence with the S13 chassis, but a number of options are available to remedy the issue. The seat and door panels have minimal to light wear and no major rips or tears. The carpet and headliner are in good shape and free of severe stains.
The SR20DET starts right away, idles properly, and accelerates very well. The engine sounds superb thanks to a custom 3” straight-pipe setup. The 5 speed manual transmission shifts smoothly and the clutch does not slip when transferring power to the limited-slip differential. Modifications inside the engine bay include a Blitz intake, GReddy front mount intercooler, and hard-pipe kit. Suspension changes include JIC coilovers, aftermarket strut bars, and Cusco adjustable front tension arms. Currently this S13 Silvia has 112k original miles.