This car is a foreign built car and does not have a 17 digit VIN
This is a 08/1993 Nissan Skyline R33 GTS25T Type M. It was imported with the first wave of legal Skyline R33s . It arrived Stateside on August 5rd making it the first R33 to arrive legally since they were banned for importation by the federal government in 2006.
This is an excellent example of a Skyline R33 GTS25T that has been made to look like a GTR. The GTR, unfortunately, will not become legal until January of 2020. If you have to have a GTR, contact me, as I'm expecting a R33 GTR to arrive in January 2020.
This R33 has just over 81k Kilometers on the odometer. It carries current "Shaken" until June of 2019. "Shaken" is the nickname given to the 24 month road worthiness inspection and taxes required in Japan to receive license plates and drive on Japanese roads. For me, that insures, that I am purchasing a car in perfect running condition as Japan doesn't just hand out it's shakens. I have driven the car for a problem free 4000km. The GTS25T shares alot of parts with other nissans and can be serviced quite easily in the United States.
The car's issues are all cosmetic and minor. The car wears a GTR bumper, grill and spoiler and its grey is just a shade off of the rest of the cars grey. Nobody has mentioned it, I can just tell as I've spent some time in a body shop when I was younger. It is very uncommon for silver, grey or white to match perfectly. The spoiler has a crack, the front bumper has some touch up paint and the GTR drivers seat has been sewn back together.
The R33 wears staggered 18" Work Emotion wheels in bronze but 17" R34 GTT Wheels can also be provided in addition to or in substitution. The Work wheels wear Dunlop SportMaxx and the R34 wheels wear Pirelli PZero both sets of tires carry US DOT numbers.