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2012 Nissan GT-R Premium Edition FBO E85

Factory options: Premium Edition, GT-R floor mats
Color: Super Silver
Mileage: 33,XXX. Will change. I drive it once or twice a week.
VIN: JN1AR5EF8CM250560
Private Sale: Yes. 2nd owner.
Under warranty: No
Sale Price: $70k
Title: Bank lien with State Farm Bank.
Local Pickup: Yes
Shipping: Yes. Arranged by buyer
Will You Ship International: No
Payment: Bank loan / Wire Transfer (Car will be released once funds are verified in my account)
Returns Accepted: No
Contact Method: PM / email ([email protected]) / mobile (940) 208-9746
Trades: No
Will You Allow Test Drives: Yes, for a serious buyer with large deposit
Who will be paying for the PPI: Buyer
Why is it for sale: Going back to Z06

Performance Modifications:
- AMS Downpipes
- AMS midpipe
- Greddy catback exhaust
- T1 3" air intakes
- Injector Dynamics 1340cc injectors

- Walbro 485 fuel pump
- Accessport NIS006

- GT1R flex fuel kit; true flex fuel tune by Tony @ T1
- GT1R brake boost kit

I have the original intakes, injectors and fuel pump if buyer wants them.

- 5% rear tint, 30% up front
- Rexpeed CF front splitter
- CF rear spoiler (not sure of manufacturer, it was on the car when I bought it. Just had it re-cleared)

- CF hood ducts
- CF side GTR emblem covers
- Clear side markers front and rear
- Swift spec-r springs (dropped 1" all around)

- Zeitronix ethanol content analyzer

- LEDs

- Alcon rotors

- HPS pads


- 21" ADV1 Deep Concave 3-piece forged wheels
- Matte black centers / gloss silver outers
- Michelin Pilot Super Sports (put on @ 20k miles)
- 265/30ZR21 Front
- 305/25ZR21 Rear
- (4) OEM TPMS

The car makes 656/623 on E85 and 598/618 on 93. The flex fuel system will adjust for whatever mix of E85 and 93 you have in the tank.

I have the original premium edition wheels and tires, rear spoiler, side markers, springs and hood ducts if buyer wants them.

The car has been great. No mechanical issues whatsoever. The carfax may show an accident. My wife drove over the 4 foot tall dividers that separate the HOV lane from the rest of the highway on 75. There was an accident in the HOV lane and had traffic stopped, so it was a low speed impact (like 3 mph). It ripped off the CF splitter but that was it. I took advantage of it being in the shop and had the front end resprayed so there is zero road rash or paint dings. I also had the rear CF spoiler re-sprayed while it was in there.

The transmission and differentials were serviced 5/12/15 @ T1. The rotors and pads were installed then as well.

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