1992 Nissan Skyline R32 Type-M
No doubt about it, the Nissan Skyline was one of the best driver's cars the US was forced to live without...until now. We just got in this awesome, all stock, R32 with only 51K miles. This series two Type-M has been well preserved over the years making it an excellent starting platform. Finished in the ever popular and instantly recognizable Gun Grey Metallic (KH2) is just the icing on top of the cake. The paint is in great condition and shows little signs of wear. The body has been kept up equally well however was not spared from some routine door dings and imperfections. This R32 features the updated front bumper which includes OEM foglights and OEM grille only available on the series two cars.
The interior has been just as well maintained with little signs of wear. Much like the exterior is has been kept pretty much all original. The radio has been replaced with an aftermarket headunit which makes it easier to put in a more US compatible model. The only other change up is a nice Razo shift knob which compliments the interior well. The seats look great, which is typically one of the more common wear items. Even the driver side bolster has been spared. Both the seats and carpeting are free of any notable stains or tears. The original steering wheel has seen better days, but is one of the more common modifications so the options available are endless. The R32 had several power amenities standard; windows, mirrors, and door locks. These came equipped with automatic climate control which is functioning like it should.
Under the hood is the infamous straight six RB20DET. With only 51K miles it should come as no surprise that the engine bay is fantastically clean. The unmodified two liter fires right up and quietly idles along. The powerband is very limited and pulls hard to redline when the turbo spools. The 5 speed transmission shifts well with out any grinds and the clutch engages with ease. The suspension is very well sorted, it's confident in the turns without having to sacrifice ride quality to do so. Recently it has had the front brakes, battery, and a new set of tires installed so it's ready for daily driving duties. With the vast availability of parts, both OEM and aftermarket these are ideal candidates for daily drivers. They handle great, have plenty of usable power, all wrapped up in one of the most iconic body designs of the 90's.
*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.