1992 Nissan Skyline R32
While most of the cars we tend to bring over are more on the stock side of things we do like to diversify the inventory a bit. We just got in this 1992 GTS-T with quite a few bolt on goodies. This one comes to us with only 86K miles. Finished in Black Pearl Metallic (732) gives this one a wicked look. The paint has a deep luster and looks great in the sunlight. The full GTR front end conversion really makes this GTS-T a head turner. A proper aluminum hood, GTR grill, bumper, and chin spoiler completely transform the front end. The factory Type-M sideskirts and rear wing keep the lines flowing all the way around the car. A staggered set of 16" 3 piece Impul RS5's wheels complete the look. Overall the body has been well preserved with no notable dents or dings.
The interior has been kept relatively stock and in great shape. The most notable change was the addition of a full bolt in Cusco cage. Unlike many cage upgrades this one was well placed in the cabin and free of any hacked up panels. The only other change up was the addition of a color matched Razo shift knob. The original seats have held up great and hardly show any signs of wear. Most are prone to bolster wear but luckily we don't have any of that going on here. Aside from the holes necessary for the cage the carpeting is in great shape, free of any notable rips or stains. The original steering wheel does show some wear but hasn't split along the seam which is the most common issue. All of the power accessories function as they should. As well as the automatic climate control with cold A/C. The dash does have a small bubble which plagues most all R32's.
Under the aluminum hood are some nice performance bolt ons. To help the RB20DET breathe a bit better an HKS intake was fitted. A charge pipe and Blitz Blow Off Valve have been added as well. To help with handling a strut tower brace and a set of Tanabe struts. Since the RB sounds fantastic when it's been opened up a bit a HKS Super Drager catback was fitted. The two liter fires right up and sounds wicked through the HKS setup. The power comes on smoothly and pulls strong to redline. Plus it makes all the fun noises everyone loves with a good turbo setup. The 5 speed shifts easily and the clutch is easy to work with. The way this one sits makes it a great car to blast around in. And for those after a more elaborate build this one makes for a great launching point.
*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.