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Nissan Skyline Gtst Series 1


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Nissan Skyline GTST Series 1

Price: $9995

Year: 1993

Kilometres: 140 XXX

Body: 2 door 4 seat Coupe

Colour: Burgundy

Interior Colour: Black and grey

Transmission: 5 Speed Manual

Drive type: Rear

Engine: 6 cylinder petrol Turbo (2498cc)

Location: Sydney, Lidcombe

Brief Comments: First one to see will buy, serviced regularly and well maintained this car is more then reliable and is in immaculate condition. Recently resprayed plus professional lowered on 17 inch rims with low profile tyres accompanied by deep dish in the rear. This car is a real head tuner with a full 3 inch exhaust from the turbo giving it a monster growl.

Features:

• Heavy duty Suspension and nismo diff lock

• 3 inch exhaust from the Turbo

• HKS Air filter

• Turbo timer

• Alarm and immobiliser

• 4 Wheel Disc Brakes

• CD player

• Air Conditioning

• Remote Central Locking

• Electric Mirrors

• Power Windows

• Power Steering

• Rear Spoiler

• Tinted Windows

Michael: 0420 820 200

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