Collectors car is amazing original clean untouched condition - She's totally stock as can be. Mint example travelled a documented 53,000 kms Supporting history includes: - Auction sheet - Deregistration document - Orignal Nissan log books with full Nissan Service History - Non accident car - Non rust car - Genuine low kms - Correct original OEM alloy wheels - Correct and OEM top mount intercooler - Original interior trim in immaculate condition - Un-cracked clean dash board - Icey cold air conditioning - Correct original front and rear bumper bars This GTiR will suit a collector or true enthusiast. Watch her continue to rise in value.... This is a clean and unmodified GTiR that drives beautifully. The dash is original, clean and uncracked. Go to SunRiseCars online site to see a detailed video of this car as she sits in Japan before shipping to Aus... Call Sunrise Cars 0297440539 We deliver Australia wide Established 1971
History of these cars: Its creators gave it a turbocharged engine and Nissan’s ATTESA all-wheel drive system to fight off Ford Sierra Cosworths and Lancia Delta Integrales, its 2.0-litre SR20DET engine shared with the Silvia and 180SX, but rotated 90 degrees to drive all four wheels.
Not to be confused with the R32 Skyline GT-R’s ATTESA E-TS oily bits that electronically controlled a multi-plate centre clutch, the GTi-R split grunt front to rear through a viscous centre limited-slip diff. But it was effective.
Its Garrett turbocharger helped it produce 162kW and 280Nm, channelled through a five-speed manual gearbox that allowed the GTi-R to hit 232km/h in top gear. Japanese outlet Best Motoring ran a stock 0-400m in 13.55 seconds. All this was, of course, crammed into a matchbox-sized body (its wheelbase was only 2430mm) that sat on strut front and parallel four-link rear suspension. It seemed like a great rally recipe, but limited success prompted Nissan to pull the plug on its World Rally Championship campaign after just two seasons. Boo.