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Skyline R32 Gtr For Sale

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Nissan Skyline GTR R32 ,1993.

Unfortunately, due to financial reasons alone, the GTR has to be sold. It's in excellent condition, with no rust at all. When I was looking for GTRs, I found alot of them had rust all through the rear arches especially. If they didn't, you could put your hand up under the lip and feel all the weld and bog where it'd been repaired. This car has untouched arches, they are perfect.

Car shows 78,600kms on the clock. Now, as we all know, Japanese cars are reknowned for having the odometers wound back, however this car has a sticker on it from the MTA stating the kms are original. Sticker was there when I bought it from the importer. I'm not saying that what this sticker reads is rock solid information, the only thing I will add to that is; how the car drives and the condition is consistent with the mileage. I will leave it up to the individual to make up their own mind, because the bottom line is that it's be very hard to prove either way.

I bought it with 73,500km on the clock in Oct '09.


Nice and tight, no rattles, leaks or smoke, and runs very smooth. Nitto s/s inlet manifold gaskets, cat back exhaust, standard airbox with K&N filter (can supply pods if required, but in my opinion they are for hand racing only. Seems to make the same or even more power with the airbox)

It has a Nistune and 550cc injectors. (standard tune, bar the setting required for injectors). I fitted these in preparation for doing turbos and all that, but my direction in life is changing somewhat and that has never happened. So turbos are standard (as far as I know), never been boosted or fiddled with in my ownership. It runs approx 9psi boost. On a dyno day it made 206kw at the tyres.

However it does have the standard GTR high idle.


All good. No problems. Has Tein coilovers.


In good condition. Seats have no rips. Has a Sard Attack meter, a turbo timer, and a new stereo with iPod cable and remote control. It also has a Nardi steering wheel.


As mentioned, it's straight with no rust. Paint is good with a few tiny marks.

Overall it's a good car. It's lived in the garage the whole time I've had it. It has a few little issues like the ABS light coming on intermittently, but that's the sensor on the front wheel. I'll have that sorted before sale.

I've also kept a thorough maintenance record, with everything I've done to it, kms, date etc.

It has 10 months NSW rego. Car located in Sydney.

Price: $23,500 ono

If you're interested give me a call. You can email, pm or text, but in the past I've found people who do that are generally time wasters. Keen buyers call.



0406 441 672





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very nice car man, but you are asking for alot , therefore u might wait a while for a sale or might never even sell it.. i just bought my 1994 R32 GTR in silver for 16.3k with 68000 kz , i had MTA inspect it like u did. came out perfect !

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