1993 Nissan Skyline GTS-T Coupe
One of the most iconic cars to come out of nineties; this 1993 GTS-T Type M is a great example of why this car has become such a cult classic. This exceptionally low mileage (verified 35K) is a great example of why. While kept largely stock several nice GTR upgrades have been retrofitted. The fully Type M aero has been kicked up a notch with an aluminum GTR hood and matching grill. The Type M skirts lead you out back to the GTR wing which makes a far more dramatic look to the back end over the stock one. Finished in the trademark Gun Gray Metallic (KH2) set the whole package off. The paint has been well preserved over the years retaining it's deep luster. The body has been kept to the same level, free of any notable dents or dings in the bodywork. A set of 17" Precious, designed by Stich, wheels have replaced the original 5 spoke.
Much like the exterior, the interior has been kept up very well. The driver's seat has been replaced in favor of a GTR bucket to keep the look flowing. The GTR seats offer a bit more bolster to keep you planted during spirited driving. The bucket is in generally good shape however does have some traditional bolster wear from getting in and out. The original passenger and rear seats have held up great and hardly show any signs of wear. The only other change up from the factory was the radio which has been replaced with a newer single din Kenwood and Digital Sound Processor (DSP.) Otherwise all of the factory items are present and in good working order; things like the power windows, power mirrors, and automatic climate control. One of the most common flaws that we see in R32's are the dreaded dash bubble. While this one is in generally great shape it does show slight signs of one.
The RB20DET fires right up with ease. Idle is great and the power delivery is very smooth with great midrange torque. The turbo spools up nicely and pulls strong to the 7K redline. Shifting through the 5 speed manual is very comfortable with a nice clutch engagement; free of any grinding or slipping. The intake has been replaced with a reusable cone filter which makes the turbo far more noticeable. Out back a HKS Super Drager exhaust was fitted which seriously amps up the tone when you put your foot in it. Mated with the factory suspension makes for a great ride that's still very capable on more spirited runs. In order to keep everything in smooth running order for it's next owner we've gone over the car completely and brought all the maintenance up to date. New brake pads front and rear, two new tires, a fresh battery, as well as an oil change were all taken care of. The R32's make fantastic weekend toys and have a tendency to wind up as daily drivers. With the ease of parts availability and such a strong aftermarket there's no reason not to!
*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.