S-14The R32 Nissan Skyline comes from a well established pedigree of speed and racing, including but not limited to, the traditional Bajan 120Y Datsun, the iconic Nissan 240Z and the legendary Hakosuka Skyline GTR of the 1970's. S1
The R32 debuted in May 1989 with this variant rolling off the line in 1992 with the 2 litre RB20 engine packing a nice 276hp in stock trim. However, few things are stock with this Skyline. The car has been modified in true Japanese fashion; sitting pretty on Tein coilover suspension with wide V-spoke 18" wheels stretching the sticky Nitto tyres. Steel braided lines provide maximum hydraulic pressure to the 4 pot Nissan brake calipers.


The large Greddy air chiller is fed by a HKS GT 2530 ball-bearing turbo. The job of cleaning said air is performed by a Blitz SUS filter. To compensate for the increased airflow, the inductions system was matched with increased fuel volume from an upgraded fuel pump. Blitz also takes care of business on the engine management side as well. To keep the powerplant cool a three core radiator was installed along with slim radiator fans which ensured adequate engine clearance. A grounding kit was also bolted on to ensure the electronics were operating optimally.


Any chance of exhaust restriction was refuted by a 3" straight pipe exhaust and HKS Hi-Power Silent barrel which also tunes the acoustics of the straight 6 motor wonderfully. A Nissan 5 speed box and Nismo 2 way differential manage power output to the black stuff.


The interior was not spared and features a pioneer head unit and Infinity Kappa 6x9 speakers. Recaro seats keep you in planted in place. Tomei boost gauge, Nardi Torino steering wheel, Nismo shift knob and other carbon accessories make for a very pleasant working environment.


The R32 is a classic cult car and this well maintained, tastefully modified specimen would do any Skyline enthusiast proud; none more than the current chauffeur, who gives most of the credit for the project to the previous owner for a job well done.