1993 Nissan Skyline GTR
Everybody's favorite Skyline has finally touched down. This one is a 1993 Platinum Silver Metallic with only 58K original miles. The exterior has been kept all stock and in overall great condition. The paint is free of any major blemishes and really pops in the sunlight. There was a badge removed from the passenger side front quarter (above the GT) that did faintly etch the paint. We attempted to capture it in the picture but more can be supplied. The body is in great shape with all of the body lines meeting up correctly. It's free of any major dents but there are come small door dings along both sides. Nothing that chipped the paint, so a little PDR would be an easy solution.
The interior has been left mostly all stock and is in equally good shape. The original GTR seats are in pretty good shape but do have a some bolster wear. There are no rips or tears which is the key part. The rest of the interior is in great shape and free of any tears or notable stains. The steering wheel does show some signs of use but is still original which is becoming hard to find. The ever common dash bubble is present but to be expected. There are a few extra goodies to be found, such as a Blitz boost gauge on the steering column. Because of that addition the original one has been disconnected. An Ultra turbo timer was also added below the steering column. A weighted Razo shift knob has also been added and feels great when rowing through the gears. The most notable change up is the relocation of the factory Automatic Climate control. The previous owner has moved it inside the center arm rest and honestly looks like something the factory should have done originally. Everything is still functional and the air does blow cool.
Mechanically there have been some enhancements as well. A great sounding Fujitsubo exhaust has been added to help the RB26DETT breathe a bit better. The suspension has been upgraded with a set of Tein coilovers and Nismo strut tower braces front and rear. A Cusco master brake booster brace has been added for good measure. The timing belt was replaced 20K miles ago and even the original records through 25.5K have been kept in the glove box. The 2.6L fires right up and idles nicely with a hearty tone. Boost comes on quickly and pulls hard all the way to 7,500. The 5 speed feels great and engages smoothly with no grinding. The GTR made itself a legend on the track that still holds true today and this is one great example of why.