Time To Find Out How Much This Midnight Purple Nissan R33 Skyline GT-R V-Spec Is Worth
A striking 1995 Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec has hit the market in the U.S. and could prove to be the perfect car for any JDM enthusiast.
This particular Skyline GT-R V-Spec was imported from Japan into the U.S. in January 2021 and is being auctioned off with a clean Texas title. Immediately making it stand out is the eye-catching Midnight Purple paint scheme and the N1 aero kit that includes a carbon fiber front grille, rear wing, rain guards, and distinct wing mirrors.
A handful of modifications have been made to this GT-R. For example, it is rocking 18-inch Rays Volk wheels wrapped in 275/35 Falken Zenis FR510 tires. It also sports Endless six-piston front and four-piston rear calipers biting down on slotted two-piece rotors. There is also an advanced Tein electronically adjustable suspension system and Nismo lower control arms.
Power comes courtesy of a 2.6-liter twin-turbocharged six-cylinder engine that has been upgraded to ‘S1’ specification by Nismo. Among the engine’s key components are a Nismo inlet plenum and steel ball-bearing turbochargers, HKS VCAM, fuel rail, electronic boost controller, Splitfire coil packs, an aftermarket fuel pump, 700cc fuel injectors, Greddy aluminum radiator, intake, intercooler piping, and front-mount intercooler. It also sports Tomei manifolds. Coupled with this engine is a five-speed manual driving all four wheels.
A look inside the cabin reveals Recaro racing seats clad in black leather with Nismo-branded floor mats and aluminum pedals. In addition, it features an HKS turbo timer, Kenwood CD/stereo system, an aftermarket steering wheel, and a dashcam.
The Bring a Trailer listing confirms that the car has been driven just a touch over 21,000 km (~13,000 miles).