1990 Nissan Skyline R32 GTR (SOLD)

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  • Regular price $33,500.00

Here we have this very clean Nissan Skyline R32 GTR in one of the rare color codes Dark Blue Pearl (TH1). This car is loaded with high quality parts and mods having it stand out from your normal R32 GTR. The outside of this car has the beautiful Dark Blue Pearl Paint with no damages present on the body. This car also has LED taillights and rare Ganador Mirrors providing a sportier look from stock. This GTR is also lowered on Silk Road RM/A8 Coilovers giving the perfect stance on this vehicle with no rubbing issues and sitting on Nismo LMGT1 wheels. As you cruise in this legendary car you can hear the beautiful tones coming from the Apexi Exhaust. The interior of this car is just as clean. Besides the normal dash bubble, there are no rips or tears anywhere in this vehicle. The AC and Heat is fully functional making this the perfect car for daily driving! This car also has a 24mm Rear Cusco Sway Bar, Adjustable Rear Upper Control Arms, Adjustable Rear Lateral Links, Polyurethane Rear Subframe Bushings, Pillow Ball Front Outer Tierods, Cusco Front Adjustable Caster Arms, 21mm Front Cusco Sway Bar, Steel Braided Brake Lines, and Adjustable Front Upper Control Arms. This is the kind of GTR you would want to take to a car show and would make a very fun daily or weekend car. With these tasteful modifications, this is a great base for you to start building your own GTR to your liking. Get your hands on this beautiful Skyline today!


134,380km (83,499mi) UNVERIFIED

Nismo LMGT1 Wheels

Nismo Cluster

Apexi Exhaust

Cat Delete

Hicas Delete

24mm Rear Cusco Sway Bar

Adjustable Rear Upper Control Arm

Adjustable Rear Lateral Link

Polyurethane Rear Subframe Bushing

Pillow Ball Front Outer Tierods

Cusco Front Adjustable Caster Arms

21mm Front Cusco Sway Bar

Steel Braided Brake Line

Adjustable Front Upper Control Arms

Silk Road RM/A8 Coilovers

Apexi Intake

Ganador Mirrors

LED Tail Lights

Brembo Front Brakes & Slotted Rotors

Functional AC

Functional Heat