The Nissan Skyline is a Japanese car that gained fame for its role in The Fast and The Furious franchise, as well as through numerous racing games such as Need For Speed Underground and Gran Turismo. The Skyline name has a long history, dating back to 1957 when the very first Prince Skyline was introduced in Japan. Since then, it has also been marketed as a Datsun model, as well as a Nissan. The first Skyline to wear the hallowed GT-R badge which denotes the high-performance variants of the model came out in 1969. Since then, the GT-R tag has always been a badge of honor on a Skyline, until Nissan introduced the R35 GT-R as a standalone high-performance two-door model. Japanese tuner companies created their own iterations of Skyline GT-Rs, and what we have here is a 1993 Nissan Skyline R33 which has been customized to the spec of the limited-production Autech Version 40th Anniversary Skyline GT-R, of which only 416 were created by Japanese tuner company Autech. This 1993 Nissan Skyline Autech GT-R Replica comes from North Carolina with 28,450 miles on the odometer.
This 1993 Nissan Skyline Autech GT-R Replica has a lustrous coat of black paint and a host of visual enhancements. It is stated that a donor GT-R was involved in the conversion, which includes the entire front end. A widebody conversion has been undertaken on the rear part of the car, including the rear doors, rear quarter panels and fuel door. The tail lamp assembly is from later-model years and period correct to the Autech original, whilst a Kakimoto exhaust completes the look. The car rolls on genuine Rays 18” Gram light wheels, with Falken 265/35 tires. And let’s not forget the little details such as the Skyline GT-R badging that is present and correct. The interior is also genuine GT-R, including the seats and comes with a Momo steering wheel, Defi boost gauge, air conditioning, and a new Pioneer touch screen head unit that supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. It’s also been treated to new speakers all round.
The Skyline GT-R of this generation, as well as the R34 that followed were powered by Nissan’s RB26DETT in-line six cylinder 2.6L (157ci) twin-turbocharged engine. Whilst Japanese manufacturers at the time were involved in a ‘Gentleman’s Agreement’ and decided to cap the claimed outputs of their powerful engines at 276hp, it is well known that unofficial figures often exceeded these claims. In fact, the RB26DETT has been reliably recorded as putting out closer to 320hp in stock form. As this 1993 Nissan Skyline Autech GT-R Replica has had its engine replaced with a GT-R engine as well, you could expect this kind of power output, sent to all four wheels via its automatic transmission which is an even rarer combo! Genuine GT-R Brembo brakes have been installed as well, to help bring the power under control.
-Car Location: North Carolina
-Entire Front End is Genuine GTR parts - Donor GTR reported to be involved in the Conversion
-Front fenders, hood, Front Bumper (Spec 3) Genuine GTR Parts
-GTR motor swapped in 2.6L Twin Turbo
-Automatic Transmission - more rare
-Right Hand Drive
-4 door GTR Replica ( 4 door GTR only made for one year in Japan Autech GTR 40th anniversary, reported to be 416 Autech factory cars
-Widebody conversion added to rear doors, rear quarter panel, and fuel door - all metal components (No Fiberglass)
-Skyline GTR Badging
-Tail lamp assembly from late model sedans - period correct to the Autech
-18" x 9.5" wheels all four corners
-Genuine Ray's Gram Light wheels
-Falken 265/35/18 tires
-Interior is all GTR Genuine front and rear seats
-Momo steering wheel
-Defi Boost Gauge
-Brembo Brakes Genuine from GTR
-New pioneer touch screen head unit w/ android auto, apple carplay, and new speakers all around
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