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Nissan Pulsar SSS 2000 [bZR33K]

Location: Sydney

Item Condition: Engineered -Whole car

Nov 2006 Rego

91,000ks

80,000 on motor

Price and Payment Conditions: $18900

Extra Info: Motor:

Gti-r Sr20det motor

t28 ball bearing

Hybrid front mount intercooler

650cc injectors

k&n air filter

AFM

heavey duty clutch

short shift box

2.5inch turbo back exhuast 4inch tip

HKS blow off valve

170kw@atw

Interior:

Full Tan Italian Leather Re-trim

2 front seats in back

Custom embossed falmes inside roof

Re-trim seats,doors,roof,gear boot,parcel shelf.

Boost guage, chrome cup.

Audio:

Kenwood touch screen tv dvd

Kenwood 6x9s

Kenwood Amp

Kenwood tv reciver

VNET 12inch Sub

Exterior:

Full Subborn Kit

Front bar, skirts, and rear bar

18inch rims 90% rubber

Colour coded

Silver plates- BZR33K

Contact Details: 0403 710 821

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