Mostly original gray skyline R32 with Right hand drive steering and clean chrome rims.
This R32 generation of the Nissan GTR is part of the first generation that brought the model back after a 16 year lapse from the original KPGC110's that were developed from 1969-1972. These 1969-98 R32 models all came equipped with a 5-speed manual. Special group A specs of the R32 went on to win the Japanese Touring Car Championship four years in row. The skyline comes with somewhat of a cult following amongst the JDM fans, and received a lot of fandom through Paul Walker's flame-shooting R34 in the second film.
The skylines were and remain the high-end Nissan performance vehicle and showcase the new technologies of the time. The ATTESA E-TS all-wheel-drive and Super-HICAS four-wheel steering are standouts for the brand.
This two door coupe is a front engine with all wheel drive, powered by a 2.6L twin-turbocharged I6. The larger engine came from Nissan's desire to use the R32 for Group A racing. The 2.6L displacement allowed for 11in tires to be used which improved traction performance, especially when paired with AWD. Ultimately the engine was able to produce 599 HP, which still competes with many modern day sports vehicles.
Still equipped with the original wheels and gray paint, this R32 maintains a classic feel. The body is still in good shape with not a lot of issues to be seen. Inside the engine compartment you can see the twin turbos looking back at you. With some bright blue tubing to stand out and the Turbo labelling, it's easy to see both turbo air inlets.
Interior radio head has been updated and a gauge has been added on the steering wheel.
Even though it lives in the US currently, this model is one of the RHD versions that has been imported. Due to its age as a 'classic' at this point, there are regulations that allow you to leave it as is. Adds some of the Japanese feel with the original driver's seat placement.