5 speed manual
87,277 – Club Le Mans Nismo Cluster – TMU
2.6l RB26DETT Engine
Ganador Racing Titan exhaust
Produced from 1995-1998 the R33 GT-R just recently became legal to import to the United States and thankfully the wait for this 90s icon is over. In total there where only 16,674 R33 GT-R’s ever built making this not only an exhilarating car to drive but also a collector’s item that is sure to increase rapidly in value in the coming years as supplies in Japan dwindle.
Compared to the R32 the R33 featured considerably improved aerodynamics , Nissan put a lot of effort towards reducing front-end lift, improving weight distribution and body rigidity, and making the car’s handling friendlier at the absolute limit. HICAS returned in the form of Super-HICAS, as well as the ATESSA AWD system. The RB26DETT also saw a few revisions which added torque All of that must have helped because the R33 GT-R was over 20 seconds faster at the Nurburgring than its predecessor. Overall the R33 is just a more polished version of the R32’s track focused brutality.
The interior of the R33 is a serious step up over the previous generation. The plastics used throughout the interior hold up much better, and thanks to the design get rid of the typical bubble that’s so common with the R32s. The newer style 33 GTR seats are a great upgrade over the lesser models offering great support while being comfortable enough for a good road trip.
If you’re in the market for a true 90s JDM Legend look no further than this R33 GT-R. Finished in a stunning Spark Silver (KL0) this is an almost entirely stock platform that you can daily drive, build exactly to your liking or demo at car shows.
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