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97 Series 3 R33 Gtr


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Hi Guys,

As my wife is pregnant we need to cut down our spending on cars and try to recoop some money tied up in them. We need a family type car and it doesnt make sense to us to keep the GTR anymore.

12/97 build R33 GTR

75,XXX k's

Suspension:

Stock shocks

Kings lowered springs (not much, maybe 1")

Whiteline adjustable sway bars F & R

Interior:

UK Spec factory leather interior (Few small scrapes but otherwise perfect)

Defi Gauges (Oil Pressure, Oil Temp & Fuel Pressure) + Controller (Type 2) and Taka Kaira dash mount (no holes drilled in dash)

GTR floor mats

Pivot shift light

ECU Talk consult display

Nismo leather gear stick

Nismo dash and centre gauges

Apexi RSM / GP

Apexi AVCR

Engine / Intake:

Tomei adjustable cam gears (in / ex)

Nismo Fuel Pressure reg

Apexi AVCR

Just Jap oil cooler and oil filter relocation

Just Jap GTR intercooler (600x300x100)

Tomei Sump baffle

Apexi filters

HKS SSQV BOVS

Apexi front pipe

5" cat

HKS (i think) twin exhaust from cat back to 2 tips

Exterior:

18x9" R34 GTR Rims (they have some gutter marks from previous owner - tyres are good)

Nismo clear front and side indicators

C10 GTR front badge (took forever to find)

Shaved boot lock (can be opened with remote)

LED Tail lights

Factory xenon headlights

Nismo pillar and wing garnishes

Cusco number plate holder

Stereo:

Alpine touch screen motorized TV/DVD head unit

Alpine DDDrive front splits

Alpine Amp

Aditional Notes:

If the car is purchased for the asking price with all mods, I will also include all the extra parts I have bought for the car and all its spares. This includes TRUST alloy radiator pipe, TRUST timing belt, Adjustable rear upper arms, bosch fuel pump and more. The spares include stock tail lights, stock indicators, stock airbox and more. The car also has CarCom fitted with a $360 annual fee. The 4WD is currently playing up also but will be fixed before its sold. The rego is due on the 4th of Jan so will be renewed before the car is sold.

Price:

$44,000 as is

$38,000 with wheels and suspension mods only, no additional bits either

Swaps:

I will consider swaps, we are not sure what we are going to do yet, but we may keep the pulsar and get a track car or we may sell all the cars (currently 3 of them) and get 1 famaily car, so I may consider swaps with:

05/06 Liberty GT

99 Audi S4

Nice S13 + Cash

Nice AE86 + cash

I'll consider anything really.

Pics:

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There are more pics in my gallery

Thanks all, I love this car and its a shame to let it go. :devil:

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this has to be one of the sexiest gtr's i have ever seen!

what sticker kit is that? love the r34 gtr mags on these babies! :)

also wondering - why no back boot badge / key hole? ive noticed this on some??

Thanks!! I love it and comments like yours dont make it easier to sell. :/

Its a Nismo S-Tune sticker.

The boot lock removal was done by the previous owner to secure his massive stereo in the boot (he disconnected the boot latch inside too).

Christian

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Thanks!! I love it and comments like yours dont make it easier to sell. :laugh:

i was actually wanting to buy it myself, just wanted to get the money organised before i bothered you again.

sorry for the comments? didnt think i was doing anything wrong, i was curious why what i was thinking about buying was a bit different to others :) i wont bother you again.

sorry again. ;)

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sorry for the comments? didnt think i was doing anything wrong, i was curious why what i was thinking about buying was a bit different to others :laugh: i wont bother you again.

sorry again. :)

LOL!! he wasn't having a go at you!!

He meant the fact your complimenting his car so much that it makes it harder to sell ... i.e. he wants to keep it.

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very nice, should sell quick

the boot lock removal is an awesome idea, i really gotta consider it when i get a system. btw, have you run it on the 1/4 mile? very slick car

The car has done a 12.3 with the aircon on and some bad shifts. It has a high 11 in it.

Christian

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