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    They have their own power unit, runs on ATF as hydraulic fluid and mine runs off 12v. Think i paid about $2500 for mine, and bloody love them. Paid for themselves in the amount of times i have used them in the 6 months I have had them.

    E: Thread won by porker. Best lock it now.

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    nzskater wrote:
    [IMG]Played with the fake DoF on my phone, definitely looks fake but still mildly impressed.
    Nice, love the orange wheels.


    The wife tried making the R33 not look like a heap of crap.

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    nice rims chris

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    cleaned the i8 a few days ago

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    Phlexz0r wrote:
    Nice, love the orange wheels.

    The wife tried making the R33 not look like a heap of crap.
    Cheers man. R33 still my favourite shape Skyline.

    stacrafty wrote:

    cleaned the i8 a few days ago
    Nice one. Always wanted to take one for a hoon.

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    It's a pretty country down south


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    Sure is.
    Here's the family wagon picking up the family from Kawerau last week:
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    Cheap/reliable alternative for more track days - not bad for $850:



    Type R B18C, S80 LSD etc etc etc to follow. Much more affordable vs. an RB26.

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    Probably more fun bouncing off the limiter and thrashing the tits off it too. Nice price

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    Sweet project. Nice one

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    Long time since I've posted. Spent the last couple months prepping this and it came out amazing

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    ^ Tidy! More pics?

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    Done quite a few things to it

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    Where did you get the lip from?

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    Galent wrote:
    Where did you get the lip from?
    It's just an ez lip.

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    went for a wee scoot to the river.

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    Oh yeah, this is how my car currently looks, sans 20s.




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    Removed the bike racks and cleaned up the headlights.


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    That red gto a few pages back !!

    Many nice cars on this page.

    300 showing its back side

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    Nice ass. I've always had a soft spot for Z32's, would love to own one at some point.

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    Galent; cleaned up nice!

    Dax; that is one sexy ass, and a great looking wagon all round. Bro in law has one of those, bought when new, then he bunged it in storage. Hasn’t been touched, has like 1000k’s on the clock. Not sure what he was thinking at the time, I wonder how long until it’s worth more than what he paid for it?

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    Bought an appliance

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    "M3" looks good in green. I like the E36 coupe design, it's not quite timeless but it still appears attractive if that makes sense.

    Z car looks great also.

    Leaf is Leaf. It's a tempting proposition for the daily commute. But then would I need to buy solar and grow kale?

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    Dunno, will let you know when I've had it for a while.

    One of the houses a few doors down from me has a Leaf, massive solar array and 'No deep sea drilling' signs on their fence so maybe that'll happen.

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    Frederick James wrote:
    Galent; cleaned up nice!

    Dax; that is one sexy ass, and a great looking wagon all round. Bro in law has one of those, bought when new, then he bunged it in storage. Hasnít been touched, has like 1000kís on the clock. Not sure what he was thinking at the time, I wonder how long until itís worth more than what he paid for it?
    Weren't they around $120k here? If so, I doubt one would ever be worth that much again tbh.

    Edit: Turns out they were $97,900 for a manual, and $99,900 for an auto.