Evaluation: Represented with all import documents. Also represented with recent belt, water pump, plugs, coil packs, thermostat, and full fluid service. Tidy engine bay. Good original paint aside from some light cracking around the left taillights. The interior is mostly very good aside from some light scratches on the dash, but there is a faint smell of flavored vape pen in there. A mostly solid Series 1 R33, and aside from the wheels and an exhaust the size of a grapefruit, it is seemingly all stock.
Bottom Line: The R33 generation GT-R became eligible for import in January of last year. It is something of a middle child between the groundbreaking original Godzilla R32s and the more attractive and sophisticated R34, but it’s roomier than its predecessor and despite carrying some extra weight, quicker as well. The market for JDM greats, even the middle children, is very hot right now and clean GT-Rs don’t stay on the market for long. This one looks used but cleaner than most, and the high price was no big surprise.