1989 Nissan Skyline GTR R324

$34,500

66,976 km or 41,617 miles

R324 front-end conversion
SARD wing
HKS intake
Aftermarket exhaust
Evo wheels
Aftermarket suspension
Momo steering wheel
Razo shift knob
HKS boost gauge
HKS temp gauge

It’s hard to ignore an R324 on the lot. Some people find it odd to blend the R32 and R34 together, but it’s the best way to get a legal-to-own Skyline resembling an R34 (unless you’ve got the ~$150k+ cash to pony up for a show-and-display only R34 V-Spec II Nür…). Frankly, this example is quite beautiful, with its contrasting black hood and carbon fiber spoiler. Plus, 90’s Japanese cars seem to be the only cars that can properly pull of the white paint/white wheels combo. The driving experience offers a lot of positives. For starters, shifting feels exceptionally tight and crisp. The shift lever shows its low mileage, and the clutch provides a stiff return on the pedal, without that “leg day” feeling some clutches give you. The motor aesthetically completes the R34 conversion, with that metallic red finish that the R34’s RB26 was finished in. The motor also pulls well. Nothing crazy on power, but a healthy, stock pull. Overall, this car is aching for its next owner to add a little extra boost to get some more go with that show!

As with any used car, tires can show significant wear and tear. With this particular car, we recommend changing tires shortly after purchasing. Contact us if you would like assistance with purchasing new tires.

 

R32 Information:

Entering production in August 1989, the R32 Skyline GT-R was revolutionary in it’s class. It was nicknamed “Godzilla” in Australia due to it’s ability to outperform the V8 muscle cars that were popular during the time. With a 276hp 2.6L twin-turbo inline 6 and all-wheel drive, it could dominate on the drag strip or road course. The motor was matched to a 5 speed Getrag manual with a final drive ratio of 4.111. Also available was a 4 wheel steering system, helping the GT-R utilize all of it’s available grip. With a plethora of aftermarket parts and tuning it’s possible to push 1000hp from the GT-R.

 

Financing Information:

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Engine & Drivetrain

Engine Type: Gasoline

Engine Size: 2.6L

Transmission Type: 5 Speed Manual

Drivetrain: awd

Body

Body Color: White

Doors: 2

Chassis Number (VIN): BNR32004519

Basic

Year: 1989

Make: Nissan

Model: Skyline GTR

Miles: 41,617

2019/11/22