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1998 Gts-t R33 S2 40th Anniversary Edition

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Item: 1998 GTS-T R33 s2 40th Anniversary Edition 5 speed. 83,000 Km's

Location: Sydney (Sutherland Shire)

Item Condition: One of the cleanest 33's around.

Price: $17,000 o.n.o

Extra Info:

Top secret adjustable coilovers from japan (height, stiffness & dampers). Front camber adjusters (Just jap racing). 3 inch cat back exhaust. Hicas Lock bar

Comes with 1 full set of 17 X 9 (front) 17 X 9.5 (rear) inch wheels OR 18 X 9 (front) 18 X 9.5 (rear), spacers all round.

Mines re-mapped computer, Blitz cooler and piping, T28 ball bearing turbo with a T3 flange, K & N pod filter with fiberglass cover, boost controller, turbo timer, spit fire coil pack (brand new).

Cusco type front strut brace. Full explosion body kit including duck tail wing.

Sub, amp and japanese head deck.

Nismo dash (goes up to 300 km).

Rego till 2nd February 2010.

Very nice car to drive but very stiff never had any engine problems.

Car has always been serviced with expensive quality mobil oil every 5 thousand k's.

Hits about 200kms in 4th gear with all of 5th gear left. Very good for highways =]

Very hot car, it's a shame to give it up.

Contact Details: Cameron call or msg me on 0410 633 612








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Im selling this for a mate who doesn't have an account on here, this is a 1998 model which is the last year they made the 33, hence making it a 40th anniversary model.


As per the forum rules, posting vehicles or goods for sale on behalf of others is not permitted.

Please have your friend join if he wishes to advertise his car on this forum.

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