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R33 Gtr 95 Showroom Condition


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Hi all im selling my R33 GTR im the first Australian owner it was imported by PVP imports.

- 1995 Black R33 GTR

- 96,000kms give or take i have paper work to back up the kms

- Serviced by Sinergy Motorsports

- Ohlins coilovers

- Nismo clear indicators all round

- Nismo Short shifter

- Blitz twin pod filters

- Greddy Intercooler

- HKS Exhaust

- HKS turbo timer

- 18" Work emotion cai wheels with like new tyers

- GTR 33 Plates

I always use 98 fuel and its stored under cover the car has only ever been use as a weekender and now due to having no time at all for her its time to let her go

This would have to be one of the cleanest R33 GTR's in the state and is in showroom condition a great collectors item.

Price 29,000 ONO

Call 0432023834

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Wow.

I know you don't want to hear this, but if I had $30k I'd snap this up in a second.

Let me rephrase, if I was in the market for a $30k car, I'd snap this up in a second :) I have $30k, just not for spending on a car :( I do have ~$18k though, so if you get desperate :P

That thing is immaculate, and black is the new black.

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