1989 Nissan Skyline GTR

SOLD
$32,900

95,000 km or 59,030 miles

Timing belt changed at 85,178 km

HKS intake filters
Zeal adjustable coilovers
Oil filter relocation
HKS FMIC piping
Strut bar
FMIC
Grounding kit
Recaro driver seat
Momo steering wheel
Roll cage
Blitz boost gauge
Autometer rpm guage
Eclipse head unit
Razo pedal covers
Shift knob
Greddy boost & temp gauges
Turbo timer
Exhaust

Keyless entry

The history of the Skyline GTR leads many US consumers to believe there is a blurred line between race car and street car. Spend a little time with a Skyline GTR, you realize the line is defined and they’re really more geared towards “street”. Sometimes, there are exceptions and a car feels more purposed for track use. This feels like the latter. Roll cage, snug seat, gauges galore, and in traditional Skyline fashion no cold a/c. It feels like a race car. But beyond the added quirks this car feels alright. If you can squeeze into the seat and go for a drive it begins to show its street car roots. Plus, despite the race car feel the power mods are light, so no need to figure out someone else’s half-done build project beyond maybe removing wiring for the added gadgets (if you so choose). Otherwise it’s a Skyline GTR at a good price that you can take to the track, or just feel like a race car driver on the drive to the grocery store.

All car sales are final. Please inquire and request as much information as needed. We will never deny a reasonable request and can not be held responsible thereafter. Unfortunately, since every car we sell is a quarter century old or older, we can not offer warranty services. Please read the entirety of our FAQ page, it details maintenance and common issues to be expected.

 

R32 Information:

Entering production in August 1989, the R32 Skyline GT-R was revolutionary in it’s class. It was nicknamed “Godzilla” in Australia due to it’s ability to outperform the V8 muscle cars that were popular during the time. With a 276hp 2.6L twin-turbo inline 6 and all-wheel drive, it could dominate on the drag strip or road course. The motor was matched to a 5 speed Getrag manual with a final drive ratio of 4.111. Also available was a 4 wheel steering system, helping the GT-R utilize all of it’s available grip. With a plethora of aftermarket parts and tuning it’s possible to push 1000hp from the GT-R.

 

Financing Information:

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Frequently Asked Questions:

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Engine & Drivetrain

Engine Type: Gasoline

Engine Size: 2.6L

Transmission Type: 5 Speed Manual

Drivetrain: awd

Body

Body Color: White

Doors: 2

Chassis Number (VIN): BNR32004286

Basic

Year: 2019

Make: Nissan

Model: Skyline GTR

Miles: 59,030

2021/04/14