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R34 GTT For Sale 29k "URGENT"

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  • 2 weeks later...

hey mate...you interested in trading for an 89 cefiro plus cash from me

body 88000km metalic gunmetal paint

r33 rb26dett engine 56000km

N1 turbos

nismo 550cc injectors

nismo fuel pump

sard fuel pressure regulator

(new) fidenza (u.s.a made) adjustable cam gears

(new) arc fmic

(new) hks ssq bov

(new) brand new xtreme semi puck hd clutch

(new) x-force stainless 3" cat

(new) 2.5"x2 into 3.5" gtr front pipes

(new) apexi RS 3.5" catback exhaust

(new) apexi power intake pods

(new) apexi power fc + controller

(new) apexi RSM (blue screen)

(new) apexi pen type tt

(new) omori boost gauge

(new) omori oil press gauge

(new) omori water temp gauge

(new) omori oil temp gauge

(new) defi D-gauge 4.5" shift light tacho

(new) hks hypermax II coilovers

cusco front strut brace

(new) tein caster rods

(new) cusco rear camber arms

(new) cusco rear caster arms

(new) cusco rear toe arms

(new) braided brake lines

(new) gtr front brakes (5stud)

gtst rear brakes (5stud)

flared guards front and rear

N1 head lights

late model tail lights

r32gtr wheels

the interior is about as good as you will ever find. not a rip, tear, hole or mark. every electrical device works, including a/c

the exterior paint work is better than 95% of all imports on the street. there is absolutly no accident history what so ever, you are more than welcome to bring a panel beater to check it.

parts with (new) next to it were added by me after the car came into the country.

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Henry Di

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