1992 Nissan Silvia K’s Club Super HICAS
Stock Number: 4191
For those familiar with the S13, then you already know how rare it is to find a Purplish Silver Two-Tone (1K4) car to begin with. Let alone the absolutley best combination; an SR20DET with a proper 3 pedal setup from the factory. This S chassis is a unicorn, to say the least. The body has been kept all stock with just the right modifications to send it over the top. The paint itself looks fantastic with no real blemishes to report. The color is wild, depending on the lighting and angle the color seems to shift. There's no surprise as to why this is one of the most sought after combinations. The body has been kept up with equally well with only a few routine door dings. A staggered setup of white 16/17" Buddy Club P-1's really pop off the color of the car and showcase the upgraded Z32 front brakes well. To get the ride height dialed down and to help with cornering JIC coilovers sit at all four corners. With a car like this less really is more.
The interior has been kept largely all stock, just like the body. A much sportier Momo Race wheel was added in place of the original and fits the vibe of the car well with it's Nismo shift knob. A Yashio Factory digital temp gauge sits atop the steering column to keep an accurate eye on engine vitals. Underneath the dash, a turbo timer was also added for some additional cool downtime. The Alpine 1.5 Din radio does work, however, all Japanese radios have limited use here in the states. It does make it a bit easier to replace with something more US compatible though. The interior overall is in great shape, there's only two issues to note. Like all S chassis the dash does have it's typical crack, however a fully form-fitted dash mat was fitted to help prevent further damage and clean up the look in general. The other issue is the driver's seat. While it is free of any tears, it's simply seen better days. The passenger and rear seats, on the other hand, show well and are free of any tears or bad stains. The carpeting and door cards have also held up well against the routine use over the years. Being a '92 it has all of the standard power accessories of the time; power windows, mirrors, and automatic climate control.
In the past, almost all of the two-tone cars we've brought in have had the SR20DE, but not this time. The redtop SR20DET fills the engine bay nicely and is what you want to see when you pop the hood at your local cars and coffee. While mostly all stock, at some point over it's 112K verified miles a HKS blow-off valve was added. Outback is a Fujitsubo catback exhaust which gives helps give the SR a more proper bark. The 4 cylinder is more pronounced but not overbearing at highway speeds, which this little coupe quickly comes up on. The turbo two-liter spools up quickly and pulls hard to redline. With it's upgraded brakes and suspension paired with its power the car drives spectacularly. And with only 148 produced in this color you know you're not going to pull up next to another one at a light. To make sure that you can drive it home today our techs have gone over and replaced several items. Four new tires, a fuel pump, a fresh battery, a new power steering pump, and of course a routine oil change. Between the timeless good looks and sensational drive, this Silvia really lives up to the hype. Don't miss out on this truly rare Japanese Classic.
*California Residents: In order to register a Grey Market vehicle in the state of California then it will have to be made CARB complaint 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.