1995 Nissan Skyline GTR V-Spec R33
29,600 km or 18,400 miles
GENUINE Verified Vspec and miles
Stored in climate controlled private collection since new.
OEM manual included
This is the first legally imported R33 GTR into the US under the 25 year rule!
2020 has arrived, and we’re kicking it off with a big one. Our first R33 GTR and feels like we hit it right on the nose with this car. The interior is clean enough to make you feel guilty about sitting in it. The updates from the R32 are welcomed here, with no more dash bubbles. The exterior is, well, stunning. Not perfect, but even to those who have seen a Skyline or two this will make you give a double take. Not to mention those Nismo wheels which seem made just for this car. Cold A/C in this thing (we hope that stays true for the 33’s…), and a decently comfy ride given this car’s age and intent. Oh yeah, and under 20k miles, and one previous owner! The biggest downside to this car is that we might literally be starting with the best, and everything else might feel like a step down. The R33’s won’t come cheap compared to the ever-increasing R32, and frankly, this may be a one-time splash of luck. Pass it up and there might not be a second chance!
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.
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Engine Type: Gasoline
Engine Size: 2.6L
Transmission Type: 5 Speed Manual
Body Color: Black
Chassis Number (VIN): BCNR33-001426
Model: Skyline GTR