As one of Japan’s powerful sports car options, this 1995 Nissan GTR (R33) awaits its new owner in California after being slightly modified. Powering the GTR is the famous 2.6L twin-turbo I6 RB26DETT engine. The car was updated with a Trust Gracer Airinx system that works with the twin-turbos to make 12 psi of boost. The car is also fitted with a front-mounted intercooler and exhales through a Fujitsubo exhaust. Power is sent to all four wheels via a five-speed manual transmission and 4.11:1 axle ratios. Other modifications include Cusco coil-over springs and Enkei aftermarket rims, forging this four-wheel-steering machine firmly to the road. The third-party inspection report found that the car’s drivetrain is strong and there are no issues with the transmission. Slotted brake rotors are found in the front, and the braking system checked out in good working condition. The new owner claims to have only put 1804 Kilometers (1120 miles) on the car since importing it.

The exterior of the car presents well, commensurate with the age of the vehicle. An aftermarket Top Secret G-Force front bumper was added to the car. The shut lines have appropriate spacing, but the buyer should note some spots of surface rust and imperfections in the paint that are documented in the photos. The right-hand-drive interior mirrors the outside in condition. The car is appropriately aged based on the mileage. Light wear on the seats, a quarter-sized hole in the dash, and an inoperable radio are all signs of the car’s age. The inspector’s report also lists the rear tires as low on tread and in need of replacement. The car comes with a clean California title in the seller’s name, which takes the hassle out of importing one of these unique vehicles yourself.

About the Model

First appearing in 1995, the Nissan Skyline GT-R (R-33) was a performance variant of the Skyline. It was the successor to the R32 GT-R or third-generation GT-R. The R33 was similar with its front-engine AWD layout and familiar twin-turbo inline-six RB26DETT engine, with minor updates. The fourth generation GT-R was also given the HICAS four-wheel steering system. Not sold in the U.S., the R33 has become a popular import after reaching the 25-year mark, thus skirting FMVSS regulations. Only 16,660 examples of this GT-R were produced.

Features and Specs


75,609 original miles (121,681 KM shown)

Electronic rear steering (HICAS)

Power windows

Power locks

6 cylinder engine (2.6L Twin Turbo I6 RB26DETT)

Five-speed manual transmission

Slotted front brake rotors

Right-hand drive

GTR badging

Triple gauges mounted in the dash


Known Modifications

18” Enkei rims

Cusco Coilovers

Fujitsubo exhaust

Trust Gracer Airinx intake

Top Secret G-Force front bumper

Momo steering wheel

JDM Kenwood stereo head unitService History

No major services performed since the car was imported Ownership History

2019 Car was imported from mainland Japan from Garage-Defend

2021 Registered to the current owner in CA Known issues

Rear differential is seeping fluid

Rear tires need to be replaced

Surface rust in several spots on the underside of the vehicle

Paint is showing its age with fading that is documented in the photos

The interior is showing its age with some wear

Quarter size hole in the dash

Windshield wiper arms have a flaking finishDue Diligence

Third-party photos 3/13/23

Third-party inspection 3/03/23

Price: $5,249,900

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