This Nissan Skyline GTS is equipped with an RB26DETT motor, the same motor that comes in a GTR. It’s suited in a wide body kit which you can see in the pictures that it starts at the rear doors and smoothly transitions into the rear quarter panel. This is a perfect combo for anyone looking for GTR power and style, but at less than GTR cost. Four doors offers practicality and usability during the daily routine.

187,802 km or 116,695 miles

RB26DETT swap
Aftermarket full exhaust
HKS intake
Aftermarket front mount intercooler
HKS intercooler piping
SARD fuel regulator
Oil filter relocation
Cusco strut bar
Rear strut bar
HKS coilovers
GTR hood
GTR frpnt bumper
Widebody kit
Ganador wing mirrors
Enkei WRC-TRMAC Evo wheels
Momo steering wheel
Razo pedals
GTR seats
LED interior lights
HKS gauges

Paint is in decent condition overall, but the roof is fairly faded

The Nissan Skyline R32 was offered in a more entry-level form of the GTE or GTS. Both used the RB20, with the GTE using the 123hp RB20E and the GTS using the 153hp RB20DE. Provided with a 4-speed automatic or 5-speed manual as well as RWD, these versions of the Skyline have the iconic looks and sporting intentions of the R32 GT-R, but in a simpler, everyday use kind of way.

Engine & Drivetrain

Engine Type: Gasoline

Engine Size: 2.6L

Transmission Type: 5 Speed Manual

Drivetrain: not_specified


Body Color: Grey

Doors: 2

Chassis Number (VIN): HCR32-029624


Year: 1990

Make: Nissan

Model: Skyline GTS-T

Miles: 116,695