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R34 Gtt Factory Turbo Manual Sedan Nismo S Tune Bodykit

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Hey All,

I am selling my factory manual turbo R34 GTT Sedan as I have a company car and hardly ever drive it.

It's a hard decision for me as I have owned the car for two years and done most of the modifications myself using genuine parts.

This is a perfect blank canvas for anyone into JDM, Drift or VIP style cars.

I have recently just renewed the rego and the car has been given a detail and paint freshen up.

The car comes with the following:

Heavy Duty clutch

Factory Bilstein suspension (1inch lower than standard) great comfortable ride

GCG Hi-flow turbo

CD Player/Ipod connectivity

Carrozeria Speakers

Factory Option Nismo Knee rest

Rare Nismo "S Tune" Bodykit

Nismo Clear Indicators

Custom Turbo back 3.5 inch Exhaust with Jap Twin muffler

Air con works perfectly

Serviced every 5000kms

Tinted Windows


I am open to discuss swap/trade for a turbo Nissan S13,S14,Silvia,180sx,cefiro or similar that can be used as track car with trailer plus cash on top.

Please feel free to contact me during business hours on 0410 583 744 or pm me here.





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Bump, Still open to Serious offers.

Here is a quick update on mods..

Powered by Max Castor & Rear Camber Arms

Extended tie rods and ends for extra lock

New Gearbox mount.

Options available are:

$15993ono - Bilstein & Stock wheels

$18990ono - Coilovers & Stock wheels (all stock parts including Bilstein) All of the above including aftermarket wheels.


Bronze Do-Luck Wheels in first pics are NOT INCLUDED IN SALE.

Stock wheels or other aftermarket parts may be negotiated.

Optional: 18inch Racing Hart CR 18 x 9j +16 or 18 inch Ark Design 18 x 9.5 +22.

Optional: The car was also recently used as a Haltech test car, which means the new owner has the option of a new Haltech Pro ($2000)

Please feel free to contact me on during business hours.

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