One of 2,500 homologation specials, this Mazda Familia GTR is a very unique and rare car, increasingly popular in western markets. This car was seen for sale on neweraimports.com, and was believed to have been sold in around 2010 for £5,725 inclusive of UK conversions. Some of the modifications noted at the time the car was advertised for sale included:
- Near new alloy wheels with high quality Advan Neuva Sports tyres of size 205/50R15)
- Momo Race Steering wheel, Razo alloy and Carbon gear knob
This GTS2 was spotted for sale on an R31 forum in 2009, asking $10,000 (AUD) at the time. This is SVD build number 021 (of a batch of 200 GTS 2 cars produced). From the images, this one appears to be in a very good state - hopefully it has been kept that way by the next owner.
Unfortunately, we don't have all the details for car 107, and this is the pnly photpograph we have of the car when it was for sale in Melbourne around 2006, asking $8,900 at the time. If anyone has any further details of images of this particular car (including the chassis and engine number details), please contact us so we can update the profile.
This car was found for sale online in 2006, asking $4,600 (AUD), being build number 139 of 200 GTS1 cars produced by Nissan's Special Vehicles Division. These cars are hard to come by, but have generally held out fairly well over the years, as we have been able to add quite a number of them to the register relatively easily over time - and lots are still out there on the road which is great to see.
A highly modified Australian RS2000 coupe, found on Carsales.com.au in June 2016. This car has had a significant amount of work, with a Nissan SR20 engine installed, among other things. The seller noted that the car has R.O.H. Mags 15’’ (special order from R.O.H. in 1999) . Engine is a 200 SX SR20 S15 (Black Top Motor VCT) spare motor available. (Spool Stoker kit to 2.2L Forged) Rocker Stoppers / 550cc injectors.
This rare R31 GTS2 sedan was last seen for sale on Skylines Australia forums in 2007, asking $12,750. Unfortunately we did not see where the car was located at the time. This is build number 85 of 200, and seems to be in exceptionally good condition back in 2007. This car has the rare manual transmission, which counted for less than half of the cars produced.
Number 70 of 200 built, this 1988 GTS1 was last seen for sale in 2011 - with 345,000 ks on the clock, asking $12,000 in narre Warren, Victoria. The car has had a substantial amount of work done, and is stated to have undergone a restoration in 2009. There are a few issues that the seller noted at the time of sale, including the need for a gearbox recondition, bearing replacement and a leaking clutch master cylinder. The tint is also damaged on the driver's window. During the 2009 restoration, the seller confirms the following was added to the car or replaced:
Number 176 of 200 built, this 1988 GTS1 was last seen for sale in 2010 - with 113,555 ks on the clock, asking $4,500 in Gippsland, Victoria. If anyone knows where it ended up, we would be keen to hear from you. The seller described it as having all the usual GTS gear; 5 speed, air con, p/steer, LSD, Alarm 16" wheels, bigger brakes, bilsteins etc. A new radiator was fitted and window tint undertaken in 2010, plus custom rego, GTS-176. CD player, Tow bar. Gibson Motorsport front bar, but comes with original bar as well.
This R31 GTS1 was for sale on the R31 Skyline Club website in August 2008, at the time asking $5,200 (AUD) ono. This car is build number 165 of a total of 200 cars overall. The seller described the car at the time as good condition for its age, with the interior being excellent. A GTS 2 rear bar and skirts had been added, and the scheel seat wings re-done in grey leather 18 months prior to advertising. The Momo steering wheel requires repair, and the car comes with factory workshop manual with GTS supplement, original owners manual most history known.
This particular XE has to be one of the best preserved of the batch of around 43 cars, with only 20,000 original k's on the clock. Believed to now reside with a collector in Victoria, the car was last for sale some years ago on Australian Muscle Car Sales at $40,000 (perhaps around 2012, but date unconfirmed).