JDM Nissan Skyline R32 GTR Race Car Fed Legal RB26 Twin Turbo AWD Sale

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Fed Legal Imported Personally Nissan Skyline R32 GTR Road/Track car. Sale Price, own a R32 GTR for under 20k.

Fresh Rebuild not to long ago.
Car runs strong and fast, hold 14psi boost, great oil pressure, shifts great.
1991 Nissan Skyline R32 GTR, RB26 Twin Turbo, AWD, 5 Speed Transmission with many mods. Track Ready. Car has 110,000 miles on chassis, drivetrain was just rebuilt in Japan not to long ago.

Under 10k miles on rebuild

Cusco 6 point roll cage

rebuilt engine

OS Giken Twin Disk,

Aftermarket down pipes,

Pine Shaw Inc Stainless 3.5" Cat Back Exhaust

Greddy Radiator

HKS Intakes

Aftermarket Blow Off Valve

Tein Adjustable Coilovers

Cusco Strut Bar

Sparco 17x9 Wheels

Bridgestone 255/40r17 Tires

Project MU Rotors and Brake Pads,

Greddy Boost Gauge

Seems to have a aftermarket LSD Diff

Many more mods 
Car runs strong and great, no rust/rot.

Has a ryno lined paint job. Straight chassis, no back seats

We Import JDM Cars and have a yard in Japan, i personally travel to Japan and hand pick vechicles for importation. We cut out all the middle men and offer cheaper prices cause of this when dealing direct.
Questions. Have other random cars/trucks in Stock.

After cancelling the Skyline GT-R in 1973, Nissan revived the GT-R again in 1989. At the time Nissan was competing in Group A Racing with the Skyline GTS-R. Nissan wanted to retire the GTS-R in favor of a more competitive vehicle. The new generation GT-R, E-BNR32 chassis (commonly shortened to R32), was designed to dominate Group A racing.

Nissan Kohki (Nissan's power train engineering and manufacturing facility) originally tested a twin turbocharged 2350cc bored and stroked version of the RB25 engine. This set up produced 233 kW (313 hp) and used a RWD drivetrain. Under Group A regulations, a turbocharged engine must multiply its engine displacement by 1.7, putting the new Skyline in the 4000 cc class, and requiring the use of 10-inch-wide tyres. Knowing that they would be required to use 10-inch-wide tyres, Nissan decided to make the car all wheel drive. Nissan developed a special motorsport-oriented AWD system for this purpose called the ATTESA E-TS. Although this assisted with traction, it made the car 100 kg (220 lb) heavier; the added weight put the GT-R at a disadvantage to other cars in the 4000 cc class. Nissan then made the decision to increase the displacement to 2600 cc, and put the car in the 4500 cc class, with the car's weight near-equal to competing cars. The 4500 cc class also allowed for 11-inch-wide tyres. New engine block and heads were then developed to better match the increased displacement. The result was a 600 horsepower car.[16] Later REINIK (Racing & Rally Engineering Division Incorporated Nissan Kohi) produced Group A racing engines between 373–485 kW (500–650 hp)[17] depending on track conditions. 

This new 2,569 cc (2.6 L) RB26DETT-powered all wheel drive concept was put into production as the R32 Nissan Skyline GT-R. The R32 developed 206 kW (280 PS; 276 bhp) at 6,800 rpm and 260 lb⋅ft (353 N⋅m) of torque at 4,400 rpm,[18][19][20] it had a curb weight of 1,430 kg (3,150 lb). Nissan officially started its production run 21 August 1989,[21] and began its Group A campaign in 1990.