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R33 Gtr Series 3 Xenon Headlights + R33 Gtst Series 2 Passenger Headlight

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Selling a pair of genuine R33 GTR Series 3 projector type xenon headlights removed from a 97 Series 3 R33 GTR.

Both headlights are complete with ballast, globes and wiring. Driver’s side light has the usual fading which can be seen in the pictures and is also missing one of the rear covers (does not affect operation). Passenger side light is in good condition. All mounts and tabs are intact. Nissan want over $3500 for a pair of these brand new.


Asking $1000 for the pair


Willing to separate – Passenger: $800 Driver: $400

Also for sale is a passenger side headlight from a R33 Series 2 GTST. Has damage however has been repaired. The lens is nice and clear. Comes complete with globes and wiring.


Asking $60

All items are located in Adelaide, South Australia. Willing to post Australia wide at buyers expense. PM for any enquires.

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Just curious, is there a difference in the GTR xenon headlights and the Ser II GTS headlights would be interested later down the trak to get a set if they are the same

As far as I know, the series 3 GTR Xenon’s will not fit into a series 2 GTST easily due to the different shape of the series 2 bonnet, reo bar and grill (and perhaps other parts). I’ve heard it’s possible to make them fit but it’s a lot of work. Apparently they will fit into a series 1 GTST but I believe some modifications are still required. Check out this thread as there is a discussion about this.

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