Straight from Japan, this JDM GT-R packs some highly desirable mods.
Thanks to import laws in the United States, you can get this 1993 Nissan R32 Skyline GT-R V-Spec II and drive it on public roads completely legally. This is your chance to own a Japanese legend, Godzilla itself, and understand why so many claim this to be one of the most well-rounded performance cars ever to be made.
The setup on this R32 is enough to make you crave driving it again and again. Under the hood is an Omori Factory RB26DETT Nismo Fine Spec Final Edition Motor, which is #140 of only 200 made. That means a number of internal upgrades versus the stock engine in other R32s, including everything having been hand built by Nismo technicians. The 2.6-liter twin-turbo inline six-cylinder engine pushes out plenty of power for this car to really scoot. Updated R35 GT-R coil packs, MAF, and injectors were installed. There’s a full FGK Titanium exhaust and two SARD intakes. A five-speed manual transmission, all-wheel drive, Ohlins Road and Track coilovers, and OEM V-Spect II Brembo brakes provide all the control you need.
While this R32 looks incredibly clean, upon closer inspection you’ll notice it comes with some tasteful mods. There’s a carbon fiber front lip, reverse side skirts, Hasemi sport trunk lip, reverse rear bumper lip, and Volk TE37 SL wheels for a sleek exterior presentation. What you can’t see is the full chassis has been refreshed, too.
The modifications are a little more obvious for the interior, especially with the custom black leather upholstery with red accent stitching and embroidery on the backrests. Also really dressing up the space is a custom dash protector, which bears the Nismo logo and has been fashioned to look similar to carbon fiber. Conversion to modern R134A AC helps with comfort during the heat of the summer. A Nismo shifter knob and Momo Nismo carbon-fiber steering wheel with red stitching tops everything off.
This particular Skyline GT-R is part of the third generation of the legendary model line, which began in 1989 and lasted until 1994. Many say the R2 is the most collectible of the Skyline GT-Rs, and this one is packed full of desirable modifications to make it that much more tempting. If you’re interested in purchasing this car, contact J-Spec Auto Sports.