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aus  FS: GTR Skyline R32 1990


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 I bought this car a few years ago, with the intention of re-assembling and having a tidy daily. I then had grand plans of a zero-kilometre, nut and bolt restore. Neither of these eventuated, and I’m now reluctantly listing this car for sale.

Last registered in 2009, this car has been garaged awaiting repair since then. It’s been undercover and in a shed for 12 years now. The previous owner had started the disassembly process, which I have not progressed or assembled since.

The engine has a bottom end knock so it was taken off the road in 2009 (until now). This is assumed to be the fabled oil pump failure.

The vehicle has bounced up a curb and scraped the under-carriage causing some scuffing and crinkling.

The good:

70,000 km – although who really knows with imports
It’s very straight
No rust I can see – happy to take more pictures
There was a closed door respray in the past
Includes everything for re-assembly of interior
Engine is whole and everything is included
Nismo 320 km/h cluster
Near stock

The bad:

The engine has a bottom end knock
No seats – I sold them because they were not OEM and in the style of vehicle
No ECU
Paint isn’t perfect
No wing
Side skirts are horrible and LHD minor damage
Wheels are pretty bad
Undercarriage crinkled in one section


$50,000
Car is located in North Brisbane
Happy to do video call tours, take in person inspections and take more detailed pictures if requested

Contact: Jason Broadhurst 0428 849 062

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