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1993 Nissan Bluebird U13 Sr20Det Fwd

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Dear fellow members,

The time has come for me to sell the Bluebird.

My parents have owned this car from brand new in 1993 from Randwick Nissan.

It Started in my life when I was 17 and got my drivers licence.

I started my Electrical Apprenticeship and spent all my money on this car.

After having my licence for only 3 Months I was caught speeding and lost it for 2 years.

The project had then started.

I sourced a u13 SR20DET Front Cut and Swapped everything over to my bluebird.

I then sourced a 5 spd manual gearbox (n14) to fit into my car with some custom engine mounts.

Brand new Excedy Heavy Duty Clutch

No Turbo is fitted but I have the stock T25 which may need a rebuild (I will throw in for free) or a Stock T28 GTiR turbo done 80,000kms from my GTir for $400.

I have only run stock boost through both of these turbo's.

Then fitted a Brand new Microtech ECU and wiring harness.

S15 Silvia Fuel Pump.

600mmx300mmx76mm Front Mount Intercooler with custom aluminium polished piping.

Full Zinc Plated 3" Turbo Back High Fflow Exhaust System with Xforce Components.

Nismo Short Shifter.

Full R34 GTR Style Body Kit

Full Respray Metallic Cyan Blue

Lowered Springs.

19" Dolce Rims

1 Year ago all this work was completed.

We got the motor started for the very first time but needed a tune because of the exhaust and fuel pump.

While in the workshop a car on a nearby hoist fell onto my beloved bluebird.

Damage was just under $1800 but I am over it and had purchased a GTiR so I will be selling the Bluebird Damaged and unregistered as I will be starting a new project.

It will be needing a new front passenger door and the rear guard will need a little repairing. Most of the damage is the front left door which can just be replaced and painted.

I have many interior spare parts to go with it also.

I have over $14,000 of receipts and spent close to $20,000

I will miss this car.

Here are some pics of it when it was freshly painted with stock motor.







This is at the workshop when it happened



And this is a picture of it a few weeks ago.


I will be posting pics of the damage with-in the next week as I will be going to the workshop to service my GTiR.

Please Feel free to contact me at any time to arrange viewing at the workshop or for more info. I am open to offers.

Hoping to get at least $2000 for it. Obviously highest bidder will be getting it.

It does not come with the leather interior shown in pics, I have already sold the interior and will be swapped for original interior.

The car has done roughly 80,000 Genuine KM's and the sr20 motor has 45,000 when I purchased it. It has not driven a Km since the build and the motor has compression. We cannot get it started again. Seems to be a spark plug issue but I just don't have the time or money for it anymore.

It has never been thrashed or driven. Only started a few times.

Thanks for looking


Email - [email protected]

Mobile- 0403 804 447

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