1995 Nissan Skyline GTR

$47,500

91,500 km or 56,855 miles

HKS intake
Trust exhaust
Front mount intercooler
Strut bar
Technical Trax strut tower brace
Blitz suspension
Fiberglass hood (pinned)
Volk wheels
Bride driver’s seat
Momo steering wheel
Nismo shift knob
Aftermarket shifter and E-brake boots
Greddy boost gauge
Blitz oil pressure gauge
Blitz oil temp gauge
Blitz water temp gauge
HKS EVC
Cellstar radar detector

It’s midnight purple, has a livery conducive to a proper race car and the gauges/tuning to boot. Red LED accent strip in the doorway, red piping trim, and red shifter stitching shows there was a theme for this owner in Japan. This is a solid daily driver with some race components. The drivetrain is solid. The wide VOLK wheels are a high point, and compliment the exterior of the R33 quite well. The car is far from perfect, but immaculate R33 GTRs are going for $60k+ nowadays. Buy it as is and drive it with a smile on yours and other people’s faces as you drive by. Some will think it is a race car, others will be aware of what is under the hood and know it is. With the RB26 powerhouse you could actually make this a competitive racer. On the other hand, remove the excess trim and stickers have a clean GTR that drives well and isn’t rusted like 75% of the other R33 GTRs coming out of Japan. That alone is valuable. The seat is narrow, very narrow. You wont move an inch in corners, to say the least.

 

 

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 & Drivetrain

Engine Type: Gasoline

Engine Size: 2.6L

Transmission Type: 5 Speed Manual

Drivetrain: awd

Body

Body Color: Purple Metallic

Doors: 2

Chassis Number (VIN): BCNR33008181

Basic

Year: 1995

Make: Nissan

Model: Skyline GTR

Miles: 56,855

2020/11/24