19,600 km or 12,179 miles (Cluster upgraded to NISMO 320 km/hr at 31,822km; total verified km is 51,422km or 31,900 miles)
Aftermarket Exhaust
WedsSport SA-70 wheels
245/40zr17 Goodyear Sport RS tires
Strut bar
Coilovers
Custom FMIC piping
Aftermarket FMIC
Big single turbo
Downpipe
Shift knob
Blitz electronic boost controller
Blitz boost gauge
Turbo timer
Razo pedal covers
Kenwood head unit
This car caught us off guard. We don’t get to lay eyes on the cars we buy in Japan, so we rely on photos, much like you. We had no idea this car’s paint would be so glittery…but somehow it works. The way the car is laid out actually looks reasonable altogether, and will no doubt attract attention. Given the mods, it is also capable of making a fair amount of power, but as it currently sits it is pretty daily driveable, should you choose. Single turbo conversions are also much more mechanic-friendly. Handy, given the fact that the next owner will inevitably play with this toy.
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R33 Information:
While the R33 platform debuted in 1993, the GTR didn’t arrive until 1995. Nissan studied the various flaws of the R32 GTR, and worked to address these with the R33. Safety was a bigger concern due to stricter crash testing laws, and the R33 grew in both size and weight accordingly. Aerodynamics and cooling improved thanks to better body design. HICAS returned in the form of Super-HICAS, as well as the ATESSA AWD system. The RB26DETT also saw a few revisions which added torque (power output was limited to 276hp thanks to the Gentlemen’s Agreement). The turbos also saw a few improvements, although the turbine wheel was still ceramic like the R32, it was a little more robust and efficient overall. Similar to the R32, the R33 saw quite a few special versions released over its production cycle. The V-Spec returned, as well as the GTR LM (LeMans), the Nismo 400R with its 395hp 2.8L RBX-GT2 and 6-speed Getrag manual, as well as the 4-door Autech GT-R which added practicality to the capability. Overall, the R33 GTR saw a total production run of 16,668 units, vastly smaller than the nearly 44,000 R32 GTR’s.
Financing Information:
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Engine Size: 2.6L
Transmission Type: 5 Speed Manual
Body Style: Coupe
Miles: 12,179
Chassis Number (VIN): BCNR33004408
Stock: 4408
Engine Type: Gasoline
Drivetrain: awd
Body Color: Dark Burgundy
Doors: 2
Year: 1995
Make: Nissan
Model: Skyline GTR