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FS: 1988 Cefiro


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FS: 1988 Cefiro

1988 A31 Cefiro

97,000kms

RB20DET

5 speed

Hi flo VG 30 Turbo

Custom manifold

35mm External wastegate

HKS SSQ Bov

Greddy Profec B S2 EBC

Power FC + Hand Controller

550cc injectors

Bosch 044 Fuel pump

K&n pod

Beefy a/m clutch

hybrid FMIC with 3" piping

Bee-R exhaust

Dump pipe

r32 gts-t brakes and 5 stud front

Rear will converted to 5 stud

17" Volk TE37's in white with near new tyres

oil/air seperator

Cusco front coil overs

Cusco strut brace

JIC rear coilovers(we think)

Adjsutable camber tops

Aftermarket gear knob

Momo steering wheel

some old obscure turbo timer

clean interior

immobiliser

will chuck in 2 R32 GT-R rims as well

$16,000 ono

not a desperate sale and more to gauge interest. Planning to buy a house and would be nice to have the extra money. No license at present so cant drive car anyway. Has done 306rwhp with RB20 AFM and on 1.3bar.

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