JDM 97 Nissan Skyline R33 Series 2 GTST Coupe RB25 Turbo RHD
JDM 97 Nissan Skyline R33 Series 2 GTST Coupe RB25 Turbo RHD with under 63k miles
This car runs and drives like a brand new car, everything is solid.
Car is all original, non accident car, auction grade 3.5. Everything works. This is the series 2 so has newer front bumper, headlights, hood, rear spoiler.
RB25DET engine with a automatic transmission, all original never had boost turned up. Had a full service done 17k miles ago. Spools fast, starts up no problem, doesn't smoke. Seems to be a non smoker car, real clean car.
Flaws: Scuffs on front and rear bumpers as pictured. Very small dent on rear left quarter and right rocker has dent/scratch. Has small rust spot on front upper shock tower and tach is acting up(common r33 problem) as pictured. Some surface rust underneath but very minor. But besides for that no rot. Driver door handle has something going on with the paint, probably from something on there hands. Driver Seat has 2 little wear spots as pictured but all and all a very clean car.
Contact Rob 864-505-5621
The R33 Skyline was introduced in August 1993. Slightly heavier than the R32, it was available in coupe and sedan body configurations. The R33 was the safest of the models with a rating of 3.8 out of 5.5 accordingly; the airbag system and internal crash bars made this vehicle significantly safer than previous models. All models now used a six-cylinder engine. Nissan took the unusual step of down-grading the GTS model to have only the RB20E, while the twin-cam of the R32 GTS was discontinued. The 2.0 L turbo RB20DET GTS-t was also discontinued and was replaced with the GTS-25t which was equipped with the larger RB25DET and featured HICAS as standard in all GTS-25t sub-models except the Type G.
Some models came equipped with a new version of the HICAS 4-wheel steering system called Super HICAS. This computer controlled system was first used on the R32 GT-R. Super HICAS used electric actuators to steer the rear, as opposed to the hydraulic HICAS. This generation was no longer considered a "compact" under Japanese legislation that determined the amount of tax liability based on exterior dimensions.
As an option, an active limited slip differential was available instead of the standard viscous LSD. This new unit locked the rear differential if it detected that traction was lost by one of the wheels. A light on the dash also lit up if the LSD engaged. Active LSD came standard on all V-Spec R33 GT-R Skylines and was also available on some ECR33 GTS-25t models; these can be identified by the A-LSD and SLIP lights on the tachometer.
The RB25DE and RB25DET engines also became equipped with NVCS (variable inlet cam phasing). NVCS equipped RB series engine have a bulge on the front of the cam cover. To celebrate their 40th anniversary, Nissan introduced a very rare 4-door GT-R. Two versions of the 4-door GT-R were available from Nissan's subsidiaries: the first was produced by Autech, and the second was a joint Autech/Nismo project.