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R33 Turbo, 5 speed manual


94 R33 GTST 85,000kms

18" circlar wheels

D Speed front bar

D Sepeed rear spoiler

M spec side skirts

400R rear bar and pods

sun roof

D speed clear indicators


HKS FMIC intercooler

Kakimoto exhaust + front pipe

HKS pod filter

Apexi Power FC + hand controller

Apexi AVCR boost controller

Fet turbo timer

Brand new intercooler, Power FC and AVCR


Cusco adjustable coil overs

Juran strut brace

Price $21,500ono

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Its a bit more than i was looking to spend so im trying to gather up some extra cash. How neg are you on the price?

i live bout 10mins east of the city, but I may know someone in Portland that i can get to have a look at it for me, before making the drive out.

but before i go to the trouble could you email me some more details, such as:

Do you have a RWC?

Rego exp?

Has it been in any accidents & are the panels straight?

Any other mech prob i should know about?

Service History?

Plus anything other relevant details and pics.

If you want to send this info privately pls email: [email protected]

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