Sold in Japan, the vehicle was imported to the U.S. under the 25-year eligibility threshold.
As a ninth-generation Skyline, this R33 is about an inch wider and 4 inches longer than the previous R32 models. It’s finished in white and features gloss-black accents around the grille and black-bezel headlamps.
Aerodynamic body features include a lower-front air dam, side skirts and a rear-mounted carbon-fiber spoiler.
The interior is fitted with gray cloth seats and black door panels, center console and an aftermarket VIP-branded steering wheel with Alcantara wrap. Other amenities include automatic climate change, billet aluminum pedal covers and a Pioneer AM/FM/CD radio with USB ports.
Power comes from a twin-turbocharged 2.6-liter DB25DETT inline-six factory engine rated at 276 horsepower and mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. Upgrades include an aluminum radiation and intercooler, HKS turbo timer and an aftermarket air-intake system.
The odometer shows 41,709 kilometers (25,917 miles).
This Skyline R33 GT-R’s auction ends July 1 at 11:00 a.m. PDT.
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