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Here are preview pics of our most recent 32 GT-R. It's the most original example we've had in the last couple of years with only 64,112km. Finished in rare KG1 Silver, this example's been garaged all of it's life and it shows:


Seats are barely faded at all, paintwork is beautifully original, dash has virtually no bubbling, steering wheel is original and still unworn, sills have no dents on the standard jacking points and it goes on:


Engine bay completely corrosion free as well as the underside. Bodywork is also very original and basically pristine


- we've had to do no paintwork at all to this car. Note the lack of corrosion to the Nismo bonnet lip, or the rear screen trims which aren't shrunken as is usual.


It's so nice, we're contemplating just storing it for 5 years with occasional use as it'll make a tidy investment. Or keep it for even another year and it'll be eligible to go to the US, where it'll be worth much more in this condition.

Tuning is by Mine's (Stage 1 ROM ECU) with an Apexi AVC-R boost controller.


HKS SPF air filters, HKS intercooler & hard pipe kit including intake piping, Nismo fuel pressure regulator, Veilside front pipe and Trust exhaust. Nismo oil filler cap. Coilovers are by TEIN. Wheels are rare Volk Racing GT-P with near new Yokohama sports tyres & locking wheel nuts (Key with tool kit). Inside there's a Nismo 260 km/h speedometer, Ultra turbo timer, Razo carbon shift knob and a brand new set of Nismo floor mats. The front discs are cross drilled and there's a Tomei BMC stopper.


Not a huge amount of tuning to this example - but it's the details of how well preserved it is that makes this example unique.

32's are climbing steadily in price in Japan and examples like this are the most sought after. This may be one of the last of it's caliber we can find.

UK OTR price: 14,895 GBP.

Full details will be on our website this week.









































 
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