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    Pandaemonaeon wrote:
    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.
    The price was one of the things that really hurt the z32. Imagine spending that much on a car with 1989 wages lol

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    Werent the few NZ R32 GTR 32's around $150k?

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    The third gen Prelude was something like $60k back in 87 or 88. Cars were as expensive as hell back before deregulation.

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    Some rich NZ'er paid near 300k for my S600 back in 1995.

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    Went up and down the North Island in the weekend. SH1 was bloody terrible, a fair chunk of it was 30KPH gravel traps. Caught a stone on the front right fork stanchion which causes the fork seal to tear and dumped fork oil all over my front right brake rotor. Had an interesting ride back up North with a rather sad front brake.
    Beautiful weather though, and did a little off roading in the Tongaririo national park. Sore ass after all the roadworks with track spec suspension

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    Quite funny going through old pics and comparing the two b4s I've had. Crazy how much of a difference there is between them really

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    Been a while since i've been in CB&M! I recently moved away from the city so needed a way to get to work.
    So first I had my R30, then my R34...I still have my R33 in storage and now I have this for daily driving....

    2008 Nissan Skyline 350GT Type-S
    V36 Shape
    55,000km
    Black leather & cloth interior (sport interior)
    Bose Sound system

    Want to tint the rear brake lenses, and vinyl wrap the silver trim inside.
    Would like some new wheels as well, im so used to low profiles it feels weird driving on *standard* tyres.

    But for getting to work, lovin' it


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    Pretty crazy that 45 series tyres on 18” rims are considered ‘standard’ these days. Makes me feel damn old when I remember upgrading from 195/60R14 to 205/50R16 on my first car.

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    I'm running 50 profile on my skyline still. 35 on the Fuga. Don't even know on the cube.

    Nice Skyline Jarsky. They make a great family cruiser.

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    B18C EK3. It was cheap

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    Gleshlich wrote:
    B18C EK3. It was cheap

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    That looks pretty dope!

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    At first I was like “What’s all that shit on the bonnet?!?”, then expanded the photo - it’s actually very cool. I like it! Has the paint got a satin/matte finish?

    Yours is looking very nice too ludez

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    Here's my latest wheels, MY05 Clubsport R8. Two owners, had 155k on the clock when I bought it, totally stock except for a cat back exhaust. Have since done the air intake and dyno tune increasing the rwkw from 230 to 276. Still more economical than my '92 V6 Nissan Navara.
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    A wild t0mby appears! Looks tidy - i thought you were a Toyota man these days?

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    Brought another S15 Spec R, confirmed i have an addiction.

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    Frederick James wrote:
    A wild t0mby appears! Looks tidy - i thought you were a Toyota man these days?
    I've had 3 nice Toyotas since 2000 (Trueno, MR2 & Aurion) , but the VZ R8 has been my affordable dream car since 2012, the opportunity arose last year to be able to purchase one so I nabbed that then sold my Toyota. Here's my Toyota that I sold for those unaware. Was surprisingly difficult to sell, longest it ever took, almost 4 months. Seems FWD Toyotas ain't that popular despite how fast it was (and nice to drive)
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    From manfeild a week or so ago.

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    My winter daily, on an abandoned airfield.
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    Coffeeshop wrote:
    From manfeild a week or so ago.

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    Thought that was you, I was there on Saturday, you followed the 35 out that had a transmission fault.

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    SafT wrote:
    Thought that was you, I was there on Saturday, you followed the 35 out that had a transmission fault.
    Oh god, I hope it isn't serious.

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    Galent wrote:
    Oh god, I hope it isn't serious.
    In the process of disassembling to find out.

    Side note the inside of a gtr transaxle isnít as scary to understand as you might expect

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    Gave the car a wash and wax. Comes up really good

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    Pulled it out of the shed for the first time in a while. Only some small issues left before it'll be screaming up the hills again

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