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R32 Gtst Stock Or Modded Incl Rwc And Rego


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Hi All,

Up for sale is my R32 Skyline GTST.

It has 107,000 kms

100k major service has recently been done, replaced water pump and all belts etc etc.

as well as at 105k service

Engine is running perfect

It will come mostly stock with RWC and Rego until March 2012.

Will come with a full exhaust and FMIC.

Very clean car with good paint and no tears on any of the seats.

Right now is has the following mods, which i can keep on for an extra price.

All parts are currently working in the car.

PERFORMANCE

-Cusco Zero Coilovers

- Ms Strut Brace

- Electronic Boost Controller (HKS EVC)

- GTR Sway Bars

- K&N Pod Filter

- HKS Turbo Timer

SOUND SYSTEM

- Alpine Type X Sub (with custom box built especially for R32 boot) – 1000 watts RMS<br style=""> <br style="">

- Alpine MonoBlock – 1000 Watts RMS

- Rockford Fosgate Punch Amp

- MB Quart Premium 6.5" and tweeters

- Zero Gauge Cables and stinger RCA

- 1 farrod Cap

- MB Quart Discus 6X9

OTHER STUFF

-Boost Gauge<br style=""> <br style="">

-Yellow Top Battery

- Front Rims – Volk GTC 18 X 9 +22 (in chrome which is rare) – 70% Maxxis tyres<br style=""> <br style="">

- Rear – Work VSKF 18 X 10 +33 – 90% Federal tyres

- viper alarm with 2 way pager.

BAD POINTS

The centre console is missing an ash tray and has a few cracks (all cosmetic)

Easily replaced and fixed, may even be able to do for you.

Any questions please call or text

0402 759 408

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