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FS - 2003 Toyota Hilux - will trade for R33, plus cash from me


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2003 Model Hilux

- As New Condition

- Posting for a mate - he wants an R33

- Sydney

- Single Cab

- Manual

- 4,800 kms - Genuine

- Rego – end of May

- A/C

- 17 - Inch Chrome Wheels (G-Zero) - 2,000 kms old

- Lowered Suspension - 3-inch front (wind down torsion bars)

Professionally - 5-inch rear (2inch lowering blocks, 3 inch spring reset)

- Chrome Grill, Chrome Front Bar, Chrome Side Mirrors

- Sports steering wheel & gear knob

- Tray Mat & tonneau cover (still in the original box)

- Private Use only - all receipts

- Will trade for extremely clean R33 Skyline Gts-t, plus cash adjustment on my behalf.

- Price - $21,500 neg.

Phone - 0421 134 286

Pictures don’t do justice

Front

Rear

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Hi, i'm interested in your offer. I have 93 r33 gtst with modifications that needs to be traded/sold to make way for other transport. Am building house and ute is perfect for situation.

Car is burgandy, has 58000 on the clock and has just had a new engine put in under 5000k ago.

Mods include:

Gtr body kit (front, sides and wing)

18 inch genuine chrome DTMs (265s on the back)

big bore exhaust

split, non-turburlance dump pipe

HKS 2530 ball bearing turbo.

Suspension upgrades

Apexi bar and plate intercooler

Apexi Power FC (dyno tuned at Unique autosports) with handcontroller

Turbosmart boost controller with rocket launcher switch

HKS turbo timer

Autometer boost gauge + Tomei air/fuel gauge

Pioneer MP3 player

Momo steering wheel + pedal set

Short shift kit

GFB stealth BOV

Engine has new belts (timing and others), new plugs and new 6 puck clutch, with reciepts to show. just spent $6000 on it.

why the swap for r33?

PS, live in sydney too... email [email protected] for pics

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Hi, i'm interested in your offer. I have 93 r33 gtst with modifications that needs to be traded/sold to make way for other transport. Am building house and ute is perfect for situation.

Car is burgandy, has 58000 on the clock and has just had a new engine put in under 5000k ago.

Mods include:

Gtr body kit (front, sides and wing)

18 inch genuine chrome DTMs (265s on the back)

big bore exhaust

split, non-turburlance dump pipe

HKS 2530 ball bearing turbo.

Suspension upgrades

Apexi bar and plate intercooler

Apexi Power FC (dyno tuned at Unique autosports) with handcontroller

Turbosmart boost controller with rocket launcher switch  

HKS turbo timer

Autometer boost gauge + Tomei air/fuel gauge

Pioneer MP3 player

Momo steering wheel + pedal set

Short shift kit

GFB stealth BOV

Engine has new belts (timing and others), new plugs and new 6 puck clutch, with reciepts to show. just spent $6000 on it.

why the swap for r33?

PS, live in sydney too... email [email protected] for pics

Can i ask why you have put the new engine in?

Is it a full new engine, or just been rebuilt? and the reasons why?

Do you have receipts for the work done and where was it carried out?

Cheers

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Can i ask why you have put the new engine in?

Is it a full new engine, or just been rebuilt? and the reasons why?

Do you have receipts for the work done and where was it carried out?

Cheers

Yeah, we brought the car from an import yard and it had a standard ecu that had been chipped by mines in japan. Basically it was running to lean and the engine detoriated over time until it gave in. We paid Unique Auto Sports (castle hill, Skyline and 300zx specialists) to find a good low km engine and re-condition it. They did the install with the new clutch and belts, and tuned the car on the dyno with a powerfc which I had to buy cause stock chipped ecu was useless for australian fuel. I have reciepts for $6000 dollars worth of parts and work, and only done 2-3k since then. car is always warmed up before boosted and kept in good condition.

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hey man i'm interested. i have a 1994 r33 type-m, black, sunroof, 17inch white speedlinemags(rare), just under 100,000kms with it's major service already being completed. other mods include

apexi gt-spec fmic

apexi boost gauge

3 inch exhaust

hks turbo timer

hks cam gear

uni filter - foam pod style

greddy clutch

new hankook tyres, under a week old.

has a basic stereo cd player, focal frount splits, alpine rears. has just been dynoed tuned by bmt motorsports and made 180rwkw running one bar boost.

i was looking for around $23,000. car looks stock, pretty much straight body except for small door dents and a few scratches on the froun bar.

let me know if you are at all interested. pm me or call me on 0400 003 394 i'm located in victoria.

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