Used Car of the Day: 1993 Nissan Skyline R32 GTS-T Type M

Tim Healey
by Tim Healey

used car of the day 1993 nissan skyline r32 gts t type m

Today we bring you a car that hasn't yet seen the road after being wrapped. It's also a rarity -- a 1993 Nissan Skyline R32 GTST

This 5-speed manual has 140,000 miles on the clock, runs well, has no rust, and has frosty cold A/C.

Mods include Nissan OEM coilovers, a carbon strut bar, and the air intake.

Cosmetic changes include a carbon-fiber grille, side skirts, and an OEM GTR hood and front bumper.

The seller wants $23,500. Check it out here.

[Images: Seller]

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  • 2ACL 2ACL on Aug 26, 2023

    Definitely a cool pick. One has to be fairly informed to deal with these in any capacity, so I can't imagine his ask is ambitious so much as the car has a specific audience.

    I'd consider it if I had money burning a hole in my pocket. As a member of the Gran Turismo generation, I'm naturally curious as to how one of these holds up outside of the game. Helping its case is the fact that many modern analogues are comically expensive and apt to land you in jail on the way to their limits.

    Agree with everyone who hates the wheels.

  • Zerofoo Zerofoo on Aug 26, 2023

    I always liked the Skyline and wondered why we got the Maxima instead of the Skyline.

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