1993 Skyline GTS-t Coupe

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Stock Number: 4442

When it comes to Skyline's the R32 will always be a favorite among enthusiasts. This Gun Gray Metallic (KH2) example has just arrived in our showroom and is in great condition and includes many quality modifications. Many of which come by way of GTR aero upgrades giving the car a unique spin. Typically whenever we see the GTR aluminum hood and grille upgrade the bumper goes without saying. This one, on the other hand, kept with the Type-M aero front which looks great with the signature slatted grille. The Type-M side skirts and rear spats give the side profile a low slung look that's capped off by the trademark, larger, GTR wing. While the aero makes the car look a bit lower, the Tein coilovers actually do drop the ride height significantly. The paint is in great condition, showing only some minor rock chips and door dings, but much better than you would expect from a 27 year old car. With only 80K verified miles it's not a huge surprise that its been kept in such great shape.

The interior has been left mostly unchanged from the factory giving a very authentic feel. The cockpit is driver-oriented, and the ergonomics are great in this model. The controls are all readily at hand and clearly labeled. The seats have been kept up particularly well, free of any notable tears or stains. Normally we see some bolster wear or sun fading but both have been kept to a minimum. The door panels are both very clean and in the same shape. The same can be said about the headliner and carpet as they're free of any rips or major stains. It is sporting a Momo Race wheel and a particularly nice Nismo shift knob, both of which feel great in the hand. The factory power accessories are working as they should; the windows, power mirrors, and power locks are functional. The automatic climate control is a nice touch for making the cabin feel a bit more modern. Like all R32s this one does have the typical dash bubble, at this point it's near impossible to find one without it. The only other real blemish to note is the trim around the top of the center console. Something was previously screwed in there, probably a gauge or GPS, which subsequently did crack the trim which you can see in the photos.

Popping the hood reveals Nissan's renowned workhorse, the RB20DET. The turbocharged two-liter jolts to life when you turn the key and sounds hearty through the Fujitsubo catback exhaust. The straight-six architecture is silky smooth by nature and only sounds better thanks to the HKS intake. A Skyline simply doesn't sound right without at least and exhaust and intake to amplify all of its best traits. The Skyline's RB provides plenty of power without being overly aggressive for daily duties. The power band is very linear and even, with great mid-range torque. Mated to a proper five-speed manual, it's obviously the most desirable drivetrain layout for these coupes. Delivering great feedback, it happily rows through the gears without a hitch or grind. The chassis on these feel confident in the turns without having to sacrifice ride quality. The steering is rather weighted and gives back strong feedback. With four new tires, it has plenty of grip regardless of the road conditions. Our trained techs have gone through the whole fuel system along with throwing in a new set of plugs, HICAS arms, and the front right bellow boot. After it's overhaul this GTS-T is ready to go and start turning heads on this end of the world. Whether you're looking for a clean daily driver or a blank slate to build from you really can't go wrong with a stock, well-preserved car like this.

*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.

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