NISSAN R33 GTS-T ORIGINAL SPEC 1 - 70,000km UNRESGISTERED IMPORT

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  1. MarshallRG

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    Hello, here we have a 1995 Nissan Skyline R33 GTST Manual.

    The car was imported back in 2004 I think and was never registered, basically its just sat in a parking space but still ran every so often.

    The car only has around 42,000 miles (71000km) on it
    It Got an aftermarket steering wheel, exhaust and I think its got lowering springs but apart from that its completely standard

    We bought a cambelt kit (not fitted), service kit etc anything that needed to be changed to run for another 10 years basically

    I got it around April with the idea of drifting but its too nice to learn in (or crash).

    Bad Points:
    The fuel lines have perished since its been sat and are leaking, some of the interior has been removed to access fuel lines (seats etc) but all with the car.
    Interior is a bit messy..
    Paint isn't the best because its been sat outside you can see its faded on passenger side

    Preferably Cash but may PX.....got an S14 aswell if you're interested

    Car is located in Kirkby, Liverpool

    No idea on price but going on mileage, condition.... around £4500
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    Can get more pictures if you want.
    Thanks for looking
     
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    So no import tax has been paid on this yet? And it has no v5? this is worth like 2.5k
     
  3. MarshallRG

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    Not sure, its got all the import papers and just needed registering. I said I've got no idea on price but it needed one, so feel free to make an offer
     
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    I'd give you £2500
     
  5. MarshallRG

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    Im not that desperate...

    I forgot to say its also a Manual!
     
  6. Disco

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    Was gonna say, even though the car is not registered it's gotta be worth more than £2,500! That is properly low miles.

    Personally, I'd say get the fuel lines sorted and flog it then.
     
  7. MarshallRG

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    Yeah, the problem is they dont make the fuel lines anymore, so have to be made up but we need the car gone as its taking up space we dont have hahah
     
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    if the tax hasn't been paid (pre NOVA system) then it'll be subject to vat and import duty (30% altogether) on what it originally sold for in japan, plus the shipping cost - so if you have those invoices, it's worth putting the figures up so someone knows what they'll have to pay - as it was 11 years ago, and they were worth a little bit more over in japan then I assume it's going to be a shock for the new owner.

    with that in mind, and the fact it needs mot, repairs, registration etc I'd say financially it'll never be worth putting it on the road, so only good for track/breaking therefore £2500 is more than fair
     
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    More info on the s14?
     
  10. MarshallRG

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    ...........
     
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    Price on the S14 or are you not selling separately? Ta
     
  12. MarshallRG

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    Not 100% sure about selling it so £2800

    the diff is welded in the s14
     
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    Ok thanks, bit much for me. Thanks anyways.
     
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    I'd give you £1000 for the s14. Looks good for a track beater.
     
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    I don't mean any offence, it's purely advice, but your prices are waaaaaayyyy off!

    My mates just sold his R33 GTST last week, full GTR kit, exhaust, filter, coilovers, welded diff and 12 months mot for £3500.

    Decent S14's are fetching £2800.

    If you actually want to sell your cars then i suggest you ask around half of what your asking.
     
  17. driftyste

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    True there's a few people on here trying to cash in on the old jap drift tax.It makes me laugh
     

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