MD: 1989 Nissan R32 Skyline GTR, 63K mi, $30,000

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MD: 1989 Nissan R32 Skyline GTR, 63K mi, $30,000
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Make/Model/Trim: Nissan Skyline GTR
Year: 1989
VIN: BNR320001344
Mileage: 63,000 miles
Engine Type: RB26DETT twin turbo
Transmission Type: 5 speed manual
Location: Maryland, specifically between Baltimore and DC.
Price: $30,000 OBO. PM me for an email / cell phone number.
N1 bottom end
Haltech PLatinum Pro tuned using 3bar MAP, IAT, and haltech O2 sensors
Full Race Motorsports digital AWD controller
DEFI Boost, Oil Pressure, Oil Temperature gauges
HKS GT2510 x 2
HKS SSQV BOV and piping
HKS and GREDDY polished metal air piping
Injector Dynamics 1000cc injectors
Twin fuel pumps
Mines VX turbo elbows
Mines VX downpipes
Mines VX Silent Pro
Mines VX De-cat
Mines VX Stage 1 cams
Adjustable cam gears
Spitfire Coil Packs
NGK iridium racing plugs
Greddy suction kit
Blitz 5" front mount
Greddy Oil Filter relocator
Mines oil cooler
Aeromotive fuel pump
Greddy radiator
Nismo low temp thermostat
OS Giken twin plate
Mines ESTA suspension
Cusco suspension sway bars front & back
Ajustable caster arms
Hicas removal kit
Project MU brake lines
R34 GTR Brembo brakes
Greddy bodykit
Ganador mirrors
HKS Kansai strut brace
Mines rear strut brace
Included Parts:
1 set original side mirrors (the original from this car with matching paint)
1 set tail lights and covers (painted in white, kept as spares)
Original ECU with MINE's tune
2 Z32 MAF sensors
Original recirculating BOVs
Clutch starting to slip in high gears on highway if you really get on it
Slow oil leak after prolonged running at high rpm/temp (tuner found this on dyno)
Car was tuned to 24psi previously, but currently tuned to 20psi. I just didn't want to push the older clutch too hard. Car is fully capable of 24 or more PSI once clutch replaced.
Why am I selling?: The military just keep me too busy, and I don't get the time to enjoy her. I'd rather sell her to someone else than let her sit in my garage on the battery tender. I bought this car while stationed overseas in the UK. I've owned the GTR for almost three years now, and have loved driving her. This car is an amazing thing to own, but I just can't justify it right now with how little I can drive it. Shoot, even as I type this I am hundreds of miles from home and the car is stationary in the garage.
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