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R32 Gts-4 Turbo Manual ***rebuilt Engine*** $11,690

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1993 R32 Gts-4

Colour: Maroon

Man/Auto: Manual

Km's: 102,000kms

aspiration: Turbo




Tinted Windows

Momo millenium steering wheel

nismo leather gearknob

nismo floor mats

interior condition is great

exterior is fairly good, slightly bent front right fender

****ENGINE JUST REBUILT**** thousands of dollars worth of reciepts!

this is my second car, the car has not been driven since the engine was completly rebuilt!

-Cat-back Apexi exhaust

-ISC fully adjustable coilover suspension, height and 32 way damper/rebound adjustable settings

-brand new Exceedy GTR heavy duty clutch

-freshly machined flywheel

-new gearbox with redline shockproof gearbox oil

-Rebuilt head, new valvestem seals etc, machined head

-Rebuilt Bottom end, ACL bearings, genuine Nissan rings, etc

-new Genuine Nissan headgasket

-GTR fuel pump

fresh components on the car include;

- Brand new radiator and cap

- Brand new hoses (every single hose in engine bay, from radiator hoses, to heater hoses, to fuel lines etc etc etc)

- every single gasket in engine bay replaced (from headgasket, mainfold gaskets, all turbo gaskets, rocker cover gasket, half moon seals list goes on!)

- Brand new rear main seal

- Brand new front crankshaft seal

- Brand new Water pump

- Brand new thermostat

- Brand new clutch fan

- Brand new timing belt

- Brand new idler / tensioner pulleys

- Brand new Clutch master cylinder

- Brand new Clutch slave cylinder

- all fluids have been flushed, replaced and bled

Heaps More Brand New Components, too many too list...

Rego and RWC provided, personalised plates not included in sale

Asking price $11,690

No Trades thanks!

located in Melbourne

contact me on 0408569685








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That is a freakin awsome price considering the engine has just been rebuilt, good luck with the sale.. BARGAIN!

Thanks P4t, yeah the car is priced to sell

i tried selling the car with a blown engine for a while, had no luck so had the engine completly rebuilt!

ive got the s15 now, so no need for the car anymore, its only been driven to the mechanics and back for a roadworthy check since the engine was rebuilt, so the lucky person who buys this car will get a virtually undriven rebuilt engine!

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