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Modified Race Cars For Sale

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FOR SALE – 1989 R32 Nissan Skyline GTR – Front
FOR SALE - 1989  R32 Nissan Skyline GTR - Front
Nissan Skyline GT-R
Year: 1989
KM: 118,XXXKM

Car was ordered last year from Keizenauto as a mint bone stock car. That is what I got. A super clean, gun metal Skyline GTR. That said, as most, if not all JDM cars, quite a bit of work was needed to make this car run properly.

The car was sent to Teknica Industries in Ile Bizzard in Montreal.
Louis-Philippe, the owner took over the project him self since the car had
become a project car for the magazine Quebec Tuning and a showpiece for the drift series Drift Mania Castrol DMCC.

From that point on, we order 4000$ worth of parts from Japan and the USA.
You will find the list below, but in the end, the idea was to make the
drive and the looks of this car as stock and reliable as possible. Which is
what we got after putting a new aluminum Koyo Rad, a new battery and tie
down as well as new gaskets, seals, belts and fluids. A new gauge pod was
added as well as a Clarion 5 inch retractable DVD player. I also had to get
two of the Weeds racing wheels sanded and painted to eliminate major
scratches.

Once the car was to our satisfaction, it was inspected by the SAAQ (who gave it the thumbs up), plated and insured.

The car now runs awesome. It pulls very hard from 3,000rpm until the 7,000
rpm redline and idles very smooth. The brakes are very good and the
transmission (which uses a Nismo short shifter) is simply erotic to use.
i.e. short, precise and with out any grinding what so ever. The exhaust and
the intake (both aftermarket) allow the car to scream a little louder then
stock. But I can not stress enough how the sound remains soft, inside out.

I drove the car during 500km before getting fed up with the fully adjustable
Quantum coilovers. Yes, they are high end racing coil-overs and worth quite a few bucks. But Quebec roads are simply to rough for them. So I purchased a set of used bone stock GT-R shocks with an adjustable bone stock GT-R strut tower bar, and had them installed (I still have the Quantum coilovers). At the same time, we replaced one of the HID bulbs that were dead.

The result is now a car that drives much smoother then before. Yes, the
rides look a little high. I also miss the feel the handling of the Quantum
suspension but the compromise is worth it (in Quebec Only). The rear left
shock (on the stock GTR shocks) also feels like it is reaching the end of it
life span. I would give it 5,000km and then it will need replacement.

Other then that, the car is stock and mint inside out. From a critical point
of view, the outside rear left corner has a scratch and could use a little
finesse work. The rest of the body is A1 and the overall condition is as
good as it gets. The interior is perfect. Aside a few scratch on the
steering wheel (I also have a choice of two new MOMO steering wheels), all 4 seats, carpets (original with GTR logo), shifter (stock), dash, are in
perfect condition and all originals. Since I replaced the gauges with
original stock ones, they work with out any problem (including boost gauge,
power distribution gauge, etc.).

I am now at the point where I have to let her go. I have new priorities in
life (other then cars) which requires, like every other thing, money.

The car is priced at $17,500 It is a fairly stiff price as I had to put in a
lot of work, money and time to get to this. This is not a modified car that
has lost value on it’s mods but a car that was worked on so it could hold
it’s value. The only thing that needs to be done as we speak are new upper
arm bushings so the car can be aligned properly.

The car can also keeps it’s role in Quebec Tuning magazine. The new owner is more then welcome to sponsor his new parts and to describe in the magazine the ups and downs of these new parts and accessories. It can also choose to keep the car bone stock and simply relate to our readers the ups and downs regarding owning a collectible like this car.

I did my best to describe everything I know about this car. If you have any
other questions, please let me know @ alex.crepault@driftmania.ca. The car is also available with a free or discounted sponsorship to the Castrol DMCC series, which are coming back in 2008 to Downsview Park (Toronto), as well as in 3 other locations across Canada.

Other information

Compression test done:
Cyl#1 160 Cyl#2 160
Cyl#3 165 Cyl#4 165
Cyl#5 165 Cyl#6 165

No ABS
HICAS still active
ATTESA system still active
Tires = 75% good
Power door lock works
Power windows works
GTR key

Parts orders from Japan:
Tie Rod
Intake Mani Gaskets (actually 2 sets of 3)
Timing Belt x 2
Tensioner
Tensioner Spring
Idler
Intake Turbo Gasket x 2
Upper Rad Hose
Lower Rad Hose
Thermostat
Spark Plugs x 6
Oil Filter x 3
Fuel Filter
Injector insulator/oring kit
All front belts

Other parts ordered
Engine oil
Transmission oil
Aluminium rad coolant
Koyo aluminium radiator
Battery
GTR stock shocks
GTR stock gauge and gauge pod
Batteru tie down
Gtr stock strut tower bar
Clarion 5 inch DVD player
MOMO steering wheels (optional)

Datsun Sports (Fairlady) with hardtop for sale
Datsun Sports (Fairlady) with hardtop for sale
Project car
collectible

The Datsun Sports (called Fairlady in the home market), was a series of roadsters produced by Nissan in the 1960s. The series was a predecessor to the Z-car in the Fairlady line, and offered an inexpensive alternative to the British MG and Triumph sports cars. The line began with the 1959 "S211" and continued through 1970 with the "SP311" and "SR311" line.

Many changes were made for 1965. Though the 1.5 L SP310 continued in production through January, a new 1.6 L R16-powered SP311 and SPL311 joined it. Marketed as the Fairlady 1600, it featured 14 inch wheels and minor exterior changes. The engine produced 96 PS (71 kW; 95 hp). The SP311 continued in production through April 1970.

The first Nissan Silvia coupe shared the SP311’s platform. The CSP311 Silvia had an R16 engine developing 96 hp and used a modified Fairlady chassis. The Silvia was the first car fitted with Nissan’s new R engine. The R engine was a further development of the 1488 cc G engine.

The introduction of the 1967 SR311 and SRL311 saw a major update. Produced from March 1967 through 1970, the SR311 used a 2.0 L (1982 cc) U20 engine and offered a 5-speed manual transmission, unusual for a production car. The first-year cars are most-desirable today as there were just 1,000 to 2,000 produced and are unencumbered with the emissions and safety changes introduced in 1968. The new SOHC engine produced 135 PS (99 kW; 133 hp). An optional Competition package included dual Mikuni/Solex carburetors and a special camshaft for 150 PS (110 kW; 148 hp).

The Datsun 2000 was lauded as a bargain sports car. The main reason for its production was for racing to build the Datsun image. It was raced by John Morton, Bob Sharp and others. Its sticker price was lowest in its class, but it won its class in C Production (Mikuni-Solex carburetors) and D-Production (Hitachi-SU carburetors), in SCCA racing on a consistent basis even after production stopped. For the full story of Nissan’s involvement in early SCCA racing, the teams, drivers and cars, visit the Datsun Roadster SCCA pages.

A well-tuned stock Datsun 2000 was capable of cruising at 120 mph (193 km/h) and capable of making better than 30 mpg (7.8 L/100 km) and red-lined at exactly 7000 rpm and 140 mph in fourth gear with a 5 speed. It was replaced with the more sedate, stylish, and popular Z series.
[edit] 1968

For 1968, the entire line was updated with a new body featuring a taller integrated windshield with an integrated rear-view mirror, a padded dashboard with non-toggle switches, and lifting door handles. The engines were also fitted with new emissions controls, and the 1600 continued as a companion model through the end of production.

modified race cars for sale
modified race cars for sale
"How to" Setup any Race Car to WIN!
The No B.S. Way to Start WINNING Races!!

Discover the secrets to setting up your race car.

“Learn the proven methods behind setting up your race car and making it FAST at every race track!”

Dear Fellow Racer:

I absolutely love racing!

A veteran crew chief, 15+ years of dirt track racing in Iowa, Minnesota and South Dakota, I am going to share with you the same keys to setting up your race car as we use on our race cars quickly and easily. You will–accelerate your learning curve indefinitely.

Are you sick and tired of struggling to win races?

Then:

Cut out the trial and error method and “use what works!”

What if you could:

Setup your car to run up front at every race track, every night?

Make everyone, your friends and fellow racers want to know your setup and how you go so FAST?

Setup their race car for a fee and start earning extra racing money by simply following the proven surefire instructions in this book?

We tell you how to setup the following areas of your race car right down to the letter.

How to Scale Your Race Car

How to Set the Crossweight on Your Race Car

How to Use Weight Management for Speed

How to Use Tire Management for Speed

How to Set the Camber Caster & Toe

How to Shock Your Race Car

How to Spring Your Race Car

How to Communicate with your Driver or Crew Chief

Save Time – Less trial and error or wasteful experimentation to find the “perfect” setup With this setup book you will be “in the ballpark” right off the trailer.

Save Money – Just imagine the amount of cash you will save just by being setup before you get to the track! No more (or at least less) buying parts and throwing them at your car hoping they will make it faster.

Get Fast in Record Time – Each section is explained in detail, many with pictures and examples to get you on track fast. Accelerate your learning curve with these proven results!

NOTICE!
If you can turn a wrench or change a tire you can get started with “The Racers Edge Race Car Setup Book” and see results almost immediately.

See Ya at the Track!

Jon Roetman

Author of “The Racers Edge Race Car Setup Books”

P.S. I can’t promise you that The Racers Edge Setup Book will make everyone who reads them a winner: but if you are willing to work hard and use the information in this book you will be running better and better each week. Then after working hard you could get the ultimate racing high — WINNING!

The No B.S. Way to Start WINNING Races!!

Discover the secrets to setting up your race car.

“Learn the proven methods behind setting up your race car and making it FAST at every race track!”

Dear Fellow Racer:

I absolutely love racing!

A veteran crew chief, 15+ years of dirt track racing in Iowa, Minnesota and South Dakota, I am going to share with you the same keys to setting up your race car as we use on our race cars quickly and easily. You will–accelerate your learning curve indefinitely.

Are you sick and tired of struggling to win races?

Then:

Cut out the trial and error method and “use what works!”

What if you could:

Setup your car to run up front at every race track, every night?

Make everyone, your friends and fellow racers want to know your setup and how you go so FAST?

Setup their race car for a fee and start earning extra racing money by simply following the proven surefire instructions in this book?

We tell you how to setup the following areas of your race car right down to the letter.

How to Scale Your Race Car

How to Set the Crossweight on Your Race Car

How to Use Weight Management for Speed

How to Use Tire Management for Speed

How to Set the Camber Caster & Toe

How to Shock Your Race Car

How to Spring Your Race Car

How to Communicate with your Driver or Crew Chief

Save Time – Less trial and error or wasteful experimentation to find the “perfect” setup With this setup book you will be “in the ballpark” right off the trailer.

Save Money – Just imagine the amount of cash you will save just by being setup before you get to the track! No more (or at least less) buying parts and throwing them at your car hoping they will make it faster.

Get Fast in Record Time – Each section is explained in detail, many with pictures and examples to get you on track fast. Accelerate your learning curve with these proven results!

NOTICE!
If you can turn a wrench or change a tire you can get started with “The Racers Edge Race Car Setup Book” and see results almost immediately.

See Ya at the Track!

Jon Roetman

Author of “The Racers Edge Race Car Setup Books”

P.S. I can’t promise you that The Racers Edge Setup Book will make everyone who reads them a winner: but if you are willing to work hard and use the information in this book you will be running better and better each week. Then after working hard you could get the ultimate racing high — WINNING!

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