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Uloook - Fully Engineered R33 Gtst

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1993 Nissan Skyline R33 GTST Coupe

Rego till March 2012

Everything on the car is fully engineered


Resprayed in custom blue with powdered blue pearl

400C Grill Custom Front Bar

400C Rear Bar

Custom Side Skirts

Bomex Rear Wing

Tien Coil Overs

19 inch Wheels - nearly new tyres

35/40 Ball Bearing Turbo

Tiel External Wastegate

Custom Manifold & Dump pipe

750cc Injectors

Custom Fuel Rail

Custom Fuel Pump Regulator

Upgraded Fuel Pump

Billet Throttle Body

Custom Engine Cover

Custom Plenum

Custom Heat Shield

Stainless Catch Can

Custom Stainless Tuned Exhaust

Blitz Intercooler

Blitz Radiator


Spitfire Coil Packs

All Braided Lines, Earls & Speedflow fittings

Chrome Trims Throughout the Engine Bay

Custom Leather Interior

Custom Painted Dash

Black Jag Carpet Custom

Leather Issotta Race Wheel

Issotta Hand Brake Cover

Issotta Gear Knob

GTR Dash

Auto Meter Boost Gauge

Auto Meter Oil Temp Gauge

Auto Meter Engine Temp Gauge

Auto Meter Stage 3 Shift Light

Chrome Trims throughout The Interior

Boost Controller

Turbo Timer

Alpine Head Unit

Alpine Speakers

Alpine Amp

Full Under Body Neon Set Up with Remote

Immobiliser & Alarm

This is an immaculate show car that has clearly has no expense spared on it. I'd hate to think what has been spend but I have kept all the receipts and documents from the past 10 years. Turns head where ever it goes hence the number plates! This car has been built with attention to detail.

This car has won numerous trophies at car shows including The Annual Skylines Australia Show N Shine where this car has won on several different occasions "Best R33" & "Best Engine Bay" and often is approached by various magazines to feature which has been declined to date.

Only driven occasionally on weekends and to events. Always garaged. Runs like a dream and everything works!

Has been serviced and maintained and would impress the most fastidious of buyers. Set up to run 300kw.

Lady Owner for the past 10 years.

Absolute Heartbreaking Sale!!!


More photos of request...

Included in the sale is all the spare parts I have left for the car....Body Kit, spare parts etc


Serious enquires may be directed to Krystle on 0414 650 297 or via email mcinneskrystle at hotmail dot com






Optional extra to purchase is the Race Wheels off this car which are 3 Piece Works Wheels 17x8 fronts & 17x10 rear with 75% tread $1000.00

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