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[Syd] Immaculate 1996 Series 2 Modified R33 Gts-T With Gt3076 Turbo

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Hi guys I decided to sell my mint R33 GTS-T. I bought the car off a mid aged man who was the first owner of this car. He purchased it all the way back in 2001. The car s chassis has done just over 200,000kms which claims to be the actual true mileage. Exterior and interior are very very clean. The motor was sourced from a Stagea and it was 90,000kms when put in this car.

Timing belt, water pump along with other seals were changed whilst doing the engine swap

Rego till March 2015

Price: $15,000ono No low ballers. No swaps. All reasonable offers considered

Location: Sydney the north shore area

Contact: PM or call 0413 205 603

Heres a list of mods:

Garrett GT3076 56 trim comp 0.82 turbine twin scroll housing V-band rear

HKS cast manifold extrude honed, low mounted with HKS external waste gate

Plazmaman FMIC

Jim Berry Clutch higher clamp organic

Apexi pod filter

Alloy intake

Greddy Profec B type II

Apexi Power FC + Datalogit + Wideband

555cc injectors

Bosch 984 fuel pump

Bilstein shock absorbers front/rear

Kings Springs front/rear

Whiteline adjustable swaybars front/rear

Camber adjustable eccentric bushes front/rear

Polyurethane bushes, pineapples etc

Aftermarket castor rod pickups (front end turn in is exceptional)

UAS (Bosnjaks) brake master cylinder stopper

Venom 5" cat

3" straight through exhaust

Splitfire coilpacks

Fenix 42mm alloy radiator











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Actually no, I'm not going to clean it. I'm just going to lock it and leave for everyone to see.

You've talked shit in countless threads for years, yes - years. Been warned about it many times and still kept going.

Sounds like just deserves to me.

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