1990 Nissan Skyline GTR
Japan has vehicles that were never brought over to the United States, and they haven't been legal till just recently due to becoming a classic car. Because of this factor and the extreme desirability of this Japanese sports car; they are an immediate collector item in the states. Once these rare Skylines enter into the U.S. market the prices and collectability climb dramatically.
Nissan introduced the eighth-generation Skyline in 1989. Among the various models offered under the Skyline marquee was the desirable GT-R (R32). Its powerful twin-turbo engine, unique ATTESA-E-TS (Advanced Total Traction Engineering System for All-Terrain – Electronic Torque Split) all-wheel-drive system and Super HICAS all-wheel steering system (which allowed the rear wheels to steer at a maximum of one-degree), made the GT-R a true force to be reckoned with on the racetrack, leading it to earning the nickname “Godzilla” in Japan.
This Nissan Skyline has a brand new exedy clutch. It also had all the maintenance done for the 60k mark with a new timing belt and water pump. The car also just had the oil changed and the ac converted to R134a (blows cold). The only modifications done to the vehicle are an Hks Exhuast (very quiet, stock look) and a nismo strut bar.
The 1990 Skyline GT-R (R32) on offer is a true time capsule that is said to be an unrestored example. As an imported car, the GT-R features a right-hand driving configuration. The car is presented in Gun Grey Metallic (paint code: Kh2) and rides on factory wheels. Powering the GT-R is a 2.6-liter, 280-hp twin-turbo inline six-cylinder engine which is paired to a five-speed manual transmission. Power equipment on the car includes windows, steering and brakes. The interior is completed in gray featuring bucket seats and air conditioning.
This car comes with a certificate of authenticity for the mileage. This is an excellent opportunity to own a desirable piece of Japanese automotive history.