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Syd - '93 R33 Gts25-T Coupe Manual Black 155,000K's, Looong Rego, Rebuilt Engine, Few Mods + Extras


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Hey guys,

I'm selling my Skyline as I need something a bit more fuel efficient to get me to and from uni every day. It's also a bit small for me and I get a sore back driving any distance.

I'd like to get $8,500. PM me for an inspection/test drive and I'll give you my mobile number.

NO JOY RIDERS PLEASE, SERIOUS BUYERS ONLY.

Good points:

  • Rego until March 2012 !!!
  • Rebuilt engine October last year (have receipt), doesn't blow any smoke or burn any oil. It's fantastic. Perfect oil pressure all the time
  • Alarm system fitted with remote central locking
  • Only ever run 98 octane fuel in it
  • Nice set of black 18" wheels on the car
  • Brand new 245/40/R18 tyres on rear, good condition 235/40/R18's on front
  • If I get close to my asking price I'll throw in an extra set of 18" wheels (last pic)
  • Comes with spare wheel and tyre
  • Series II spoiler and boot (I'll also throw in the original boot and spoiler)
  • Changed oil every 5,000k's with Magnatec
  • Recent wheel alignment
  • Exedy organic clutch
  • HKS Front mount intercooler
  • HKS turbo timer
  • High flow panel filter
  • Full 3" exhaust from turbo back to Supercat cannon, it's pretty loud but I've never been pulled over for it.
  • Near new radiator
  • Nismo strut tower brace
  • I'll throw in a boss kit for an aftermarket steering wheel if I get close to asking price.
  • Sony stereo with detachable face
  • I haven't upped the boost from the stock 7 psi since I've owned the car, previous owner assured me he hadn't either
  • Seats in good condition, tear in drivers seat in usual place
  • Seat covers
  • Very good gear and hand brake boots
  • Rear seats look brand new
  • Stock Skyline floor mats. All great condition apart from drivers which has some wear where my left heel goes

Bad points:

  • Not the best cosmetically (paint has a few swirls, couple of small dings, scratches around the door locks)
  • Clutch is a little bit noisy at ~1800 rpm. Mechanic says it's nothing to worry about but it's a little bit annoying.
  • Steering wheel has some wear on it. I'd think this is normal for a 150,000k car.
  • HICAS light is on (went through pink slip inspection OK, though. I've never noticed any strange behaviour of the rear-end)
  • Rear speakers not connected
  • Front bumper cut for intercooler
  • Air con needs re-gassing

PICS:

Skyline1-1.jpg

Skyline2-1.jpg

Skyline11.jpg

Skyline12.jpg

Skyline7.jpg

Skyline8.jpg

Skyline14.jpg

Skyline4-1.jpg

Skyline5-1.jpg

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Extra set of 4 18" wheels:

Skyline15.jpg

The car has never given me any trouble.

Thanks for looking.

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