1991 Skyline GTS-T – Modified
This 1991 Nissan Skyline GTS-T sedan features a number of nice upgrades and is in the Type-M configuration. Starting on the exterior, factory forged GT-R wheels have been added and fit nicely over the larger Type-M brakes. The front bumper is stock but has been slightly modified for intercooler fitment. The paint shines very nicely with no severe blemishes. The body is in similar shape with no major dents or dings. Currently this Skyline has 80k original miles.
The R32 GT-R seat, which replaces the stock driver seat, has some bolster wear. The remaining seats are factory GTS-T units and have no major rips or tears. Other changes inside include an aftermarket steering wheel, Tomei shift knob, and Blitz boost controller. The dash does suffer from bubbling commonly found with the R32 Skyline. The door panels have light wear but are still in nice shape.
The RB20DET starts right away and accelerates strongly under boost. Shifts through the 5 speed manual transmission are smooth and the clutch does not slip when transferring power to the upgraded 2-way differential. The exhaust configuration consists of a 3” straight pipe setup with a custom screamer pipe – so it’s significantly louder over the stock setup. The induction side is aided by an upgraded intake and Apexi front mount intercooler. Suspension changes include Tein front coilovers, Cusco rear coilovers, and a HICAS lock-out it. Offered at $12,495