Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is pleased to present for sale,
on consignment, this rare 1994 Nissan R33 Skyline GTS-4. The
Skyline comes from a deep heritage that started out with the Prince
Motor Company in 1957 who then merged with Nissan in 1967. Since
then the later model R32, R33, R34 and R35 GT-Rs have been
prominent in video games and movies causing quite an interest and
cult following here in the US. This R33 is equipped with a
naturally aspirated RB20E, 2.0 liter 6 cylinder engine mated to a 4
speed automatic transmission with on demand four wheel drive. This
means that the front engages automatically when rear wheel slipping
is detected, 50/50-0/100 variable torque transfer electronically
controlled by multi-plate clutch and rear limited slip
differential. This car is equipped with A/C, power brakes, power
steering, power door locks, power windows, power mirrors, tilt
wheel, the original Japanese AM/FM Cassette radio (different
frequency so it doesn't work in the states) with a Sony 6 disc CD
changer in the trunk. This car has been outfitted with a front
strut bar, open air intake, a Kakimoto catback exhaust, 17" Atara
Racing Meister wheels, an updated front bumper and a Navan rear
spoiler. There is 91,946 kilometers on the odometer which
translates to only 57,132 miles which is an average of 2040 miles
per year. This is an amazing opportunity to own a real JDM car,
call today to learn how to make it your own!
1994 Nissan Skyline
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