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[Sa] For Sale/swap: R34 Gt-T, 2 Door, Manual

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Immaculate condition 1998 R34 Skyline

Never been in an accident, no dents/ noticeable scratches etc.

5sp Manual, Turbo

Full service history in Japan and Australia, with all log books and receipts kept for everything including major service


3 months SA rego

Central locking, alarm, immobiliser, air-con, power windows, steering etc.

4 brand new tyres

Sensible mods include exhaust (Varex muffler - you can control the noise with a remote), splitfire coilpacks and a front-mount intercooler, tuned to 200rwkw with Apexi SAFC.

Has a very nice sound system.

Interior is immaculate with no signs or wear and no cracks in dash.

Overall a very well maintained R34 skyline. Not a single oil leak, mechanically perfect and near standard. Was recently put on a hoist and checked over by a mechanic, so I am more than happy for any mechanical/ RAA checks.

If you are interested in the car, please contact me for any other details.

$18k negotiable for a cash sale.

OR willing to swap for a cheaper car + (at least 10k) cash my way









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