1993 Nissan Skyline R32 GTS-T
This 1993 Nissan Skyline R32 GTS-t Type M is a true head-turner. This R32 has an aggressive look thanks to a modified Trial front bumper, OEM Type M side skirts, GT-R aluminum hood, ISR coilovers, and 18" gloss black Stage alloy wheels. The Spark Silver Metallic (KL0) paint is in great shape, lacking any major scratches or dings from normal use. Notable repairs in Japan were the hood and fenders being replaced, but nonetheless, the vehicle is in good shape. Boasting only a mere 106K verified and documented miles, this RB-powered coupe is a blast to drive around. A perfect purpose-built vehicle for grip or drift, sporty, collectible, and stylish Skyline is turn-key ready to rock, and a certified Japanese Classic.
Inside the cabin, although lacking a rear seat and carpet, it is spacious. The driver is hugged and kept in place with a recovered Recaro bucket seat, while the passenger sits in a nicely bolstered stock unit. Keeping the driver in control of the R32 is an aftermarket Sparco steering wheel and aftermarket shifter. Although it is missing a radio, it is 100% ready for its new owner to install one of their own. Multiple aftermarket electronics are found inside the cabin as well allowing ease of operation for the driver. A Greddy Intelligent Informeter is found right in front of the gauge cluster, along with a Greddy turbo timer installed inside the storage slot next to the cigarette lighter, and an HKS boost gauge on the dash. The headliner is in good nick lacking any major stains or rips, and is not hanging down in any area, and to add a little more comfort to the cabin is the new carpet installed in the front. The dash is also in great shape not showing any damage from UV from its prior life in Japan aside from the normal passenger side bubble. Some other notable power amenities are the power windows, power locks, power folding mirrors, and automatic digital climate control producing cold a/c and hot heat. That not to say the cabin is perect as there is some light plastic wear and the fuel gauge doesn't work.
Powering the rear wheels is the powerful and robust RB20DET fresh off an oil and filter service performed by our shop. It starts up with the twist of the key thanks to a new 12v battery. It sounds incredible thanks to an HKS catback which also adds a few ponies. It pairs well with the HPI intake and Blitz front mount intercooler, and produces all the good turbo sounds you can ask for! Our trained technicians made sure this RB was turn-key ready by adding new serpentine belts and new spark plugs. Handling of this R32 is very responsive, yet balanced, thanks to the new front inner and outer tie rods, new rear hicas lockout kit, new right rear lower control arm mount, new rear subframe spacers, and a fresh alignment. This serious refresh allows the R32 to handle flatly and really grip the road service. The front end is further tied together with a Juran front strut tower brace. Getting up to merging speeds is an easy feat for this sedan as well as driving around city streets. The tires we all replaced with new ones before the car was dropped down off the lift saving the next owner some coin, for sure. The new rubber quiets down the ride a bit and will last for tens of thousands of miles to come. Quick to accelerate, communicative handling and an overall fun car to drive, the new owner of this R32 is sure to enjoy every second behind the wheel.
*California Residents: In order to register a Grey Market vehicle in the state of California then it will have to be made CARB compliant 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.