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Vic: 1993 R32 Gt-R

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1993 Nissan Skyline R32 GT-R



Reg until 29/10/11

RWC included

Mod List:

*HKS Silent Hi Power Cat Back

*N1 Headlights (Projectors will be given with sale)

*6,000K HID's and SMD led Parkers

*Blitz Turbo Timer

*JVC Head Unit

*Cusco Coil Overs

*Nismo Thermostat

*52mm Alloy Radiator

*12'' Single Thermo Fan


*Twin Apex-i Pod Filter Intake

*All coolant hoses have been replaced with high quality Japanese silicone.

*100,000km service carried out including:

-Gates Racing Timing Belt

-Genuine Nissan N1 Water Pump

-Genuine Nissan NSK Idler and Tensionor Bearings

-Genuine Nissan Cam and Crank oil seals

All work carried out by Chasers Eastside. Serviced every 5,000km. Nothing but quality on this car. Please feel free to contact for more information / questions.





Price: $21,000 ONO

Location: Bulleen, Victoria

Contact: Aaron - 0431 142 756

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Hi mate, just wondering why the rear bumper is a completely different shade of white compared to the rest of the body? was it involved in an accident ?


This car had a very minor accident in the rear 1/4 by the previous owner and was repaired. It has had a full body inspection on that area and the whole car and there is no structural or sever damage. It's just those photo's which make it look bad.

More than happy to provide other photo's of the car and have any vehicle inspections on the car you feel like.

Pretty hard to find a 2nd hand car that hasn't had some form of body damage in it's 18 years of life. :)

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