Ki1990 Nissan Skyline GT-R

1990 Nissan GT-R

Make: Nissan
Model: GT-R
Type: Coupe
Year: 1990
Mileage: 70,000
VIN: 00000000000000000
Color: Black
Engine: RB26-DETT
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: AWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Right-hand drive
Safety: Anti-Lock Brakes
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Encino, California, United States
Extras
Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows
4-Wheel Drive, CD Player
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Description for Nissan GT-R 1990

Looks like I'm getting married and trying to go back to school, so time to step away from the tuner world for a little bit. I'm selling my 1990 R32-GT-R imported under the 25 exemption law. This was one of the first batches of cars brought in and I've been driving it for the last two years. The car is mechanically very sound, I spent a lot of time and money refreshing the engine bay to make the car a reliable daily driver. I was going to try and up the HP in the future but haven't gotten that far yet. So this engine has never been ran over stock boost, and it even still has the factory boost restricter in the boost controller. So far I have personally put in:
Kenwood KVT-7012BT Sterio
Alpine S Speakers
Viper Alarm /w Keyless Entry
New Alternator
New O2 Sensors
Wiring Specialties complete wiring harness
Split Fire Coils
Igniter
Tomei Fuel Pump
Nismo Copper Mix Twin Plate Clutch
Fuel Injector Clinic 850cc injectors
Haltech Platinum Pro V2 (Fuel Management) tuned by Specialty Z
Haltech Wide Band O2 (WBC-1)
JapSalon Front Grill
Authentic Seibon Carbon Fiber Hood
Autometer Dual Gauge Pod
VEI Gauges (Boost/O2) and (Oil Pressure/Temp)
A.c. compressor
Fan clutch
Koyo Radiator
New Ceramic Window Tint
Greddy Oil Filter Relocation Kit
Nismo Down Pipe
Test Pipe
Veilside Cat Back
Nismo Shift Knob
R33 Seats no holes, no tears
New Timing Belt
New Tensioner
New Idler Pully
New Water Pump
Tein Springs
New Fuel Filter
Upper and Lower Radiator Hoses
Front Main Seal
Real Main Seal
All Accessory Belts
Thermostat
Coolant Temp Sensor
N1 front bumper
N1 headlightsNew Nissan Slave Cylinder
I also have ready to go into the car but not in yet
Lockwood MPH gauge faces
Tomei metal intake gaskets
Autoban 88 replacement hoses
Apexi Power Intake
Mac Valve (For boost control through the Haltech)
The car has approximately 113000km on it which is around 70000 miles.
Have clean title in hand along with all receiptsfor parts and work. I also have an excel spreadsheet listing on what date and mileage all parts were installed
The VIN is:BNR32005536, Ebay doesn't like the shorter JDM VINS
If you're local you're more than welcome to come see the car in person first or have any questions click "Contact Seller"
Buy with confidence with Ebays $100000 buyer protection
More good news Nismo's heritage program is now up and running. They're producing new parts for the car again, so they're getting easier to get and cheaper.
Will ship after payment clears. Buyer will be responsible for arranging shipping..
Now for the few bad things:1)As with all JDM skylines there is some rust anyone who doesn't say anything about rust in their adds is trying to hide this fact2) The AC doesn't blow cold. I have replaced the AC control unit and the compressor as well as checked for leaks. I have run the on board diagnostic and discovered that the outside air temp sensor for the AC system has gone bad. The AC computer thinks it's -24 C outside so it won't kick on the compressor. Replace the sensor and it should work3) There is a leak on the #3 intake runner due to the gaskets being the original 27 year old paper gaskets. However I do have in my possession Tomei metal replacement gaskets for the whole intake. I just haven't had time to put them in4) slight 4th gear syncro grind. It comes and goes for some reason. If you want a full replacement transmission I have a supplier that has them for only $600. I will give the info to the buyer.
Other than those few things the car is mechanicallysolid and I even use it as my daily driver
Motivated Seller. Don't be afraid to make an offer, worst I can do is say no