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Well its sad to say but...

Despite non stop reliability, comfort and its range of equipment im Selling my R30 Nissan Skyline to replace with something for more $$ either an r33 or satria Gti...

This car is in immaculate condition both inside and out due to two careful owners a protective metallic paint coating and quality tinted windows with 216 000km fairly low mileage for this model.

Its had only two owners since 1986 when it first sold after being the nissan showroom vehicle. A Logbook and all reciepts of mechanical work has been kept since.

Some Specs...

*1985 Ti model Nissan Skyline

*2.4inj 6cyl 5speed manual L24E (Unleaded)


*Electric Windows, Electric Mirrors,

*Power Steering, Air Conditioning.

*Skyline Alloy Wheels, Velour Interior-Fully Adjustable Seats.

*20% and 35% premium tinted windows

*Kenwood 4x50W head unit.

*New Pedders Supsension (front)

$3700 ono.

PM me for more info and or more photos.

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