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R32 Gtst With Rb25 Conversion


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Location - VIC

Phone - 0422 206 869

Price - $12,500

Up for sale is one of the cleanest street cars you will find. I barely get to drive the car anymore as I work in the city.

I have owned if for 7 years and was the first owner in Aus. It will be sad to see it go.

It is serviced religiously with Motul 300V Chrono every 5,000 kms also gets oil filer and spark plugs changed.

100k service with all necessary parts being replaced along with an Excedy heavy duty clutch when the engine swap was completed.

The car has had a full respray and an RB25 conversion including gearbox – just these alone is almost the asking price of the car!

It is a pleasure to drive and great on fuel – 400k’s+ per tank.

The car has been engineered and is currently registered till late 2011 so there won’t be any issues for the next owner – I can supply all documentation.

At this price the car is a steal.

Please no timewasters – sorry I am not looking for trades. Happy to answer any questions

Exterior

- Full respray in VW R32 Deep Pearl Blue (Inside & Out)

- GTR Front bar to suit GTSt

- Carbon GTR Grill

- 17 inch Driftek wheels

Handling

- Koni Shocks

- Apexi Springs

- Racebrakes RB74 pads

- Front & Rear Strut Braces

Interior

- GTR Drivers seat

- Apexi Boost Gauge

- Nismo Urethane Shifter

- Sound system 6x9’s etc

- Apexi Pen Turbo Timer

Engine

- RB25DET Conversion with RB25 Gearbox

- Apexi Power FC with Hand Controller

- Z32 Airflow Meter

- HKS 2530 Turbo

- Pod Filter

- Blitz Return Flow FMIC

- Blitz exhaust

- Yellow Jacket Coilpacks

- Hard silicone intake pipe

- Bosch 040 Fuel Pump

Other

I will also supply (uninstalled) for no extra charges

- Standard air box

- Standard ECU

- Standard AFM

- Standard intake pipe

- Standard Coilpacks

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