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    Originally posted by JGTC View Post
    https://collectingcars.com/for-sale/...yline-r33-gt-r

    This 33 listing on collecting cars will be a good indication of what an average running R33 GTR will fetch. Graded 4B from Japan which is important for the new crowd of buyers.
    "sold at pickles in 2019 and has taken a heavy impact on the passenger side." can't say if this is true or someone is salting the earth before auction hammer.

    Oo___oO

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      What are those sites anyway? Are you selling to a local buyer, or do they get shipped off overseas?
      RIP Simon - Ghost ride that whip in the clouds forever..

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        Originally posted by fatz View Post
        Look I bleed Nissan and won’t sell my 33 gtr

        but if I was going to spend around 100-150k it certainly wouldn’t be on a r32-34

        And I am a gtr tragic

        I would buy a nice 35 gtr

        70k range I would get a Tesla which is just as quick lol
        Fatz you must have a spare R32 gtst or three to swap him for.



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          The price seems very expensive for a 1 litre engine...

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            First rule of 35 done but one older than 2012
            Check out my shit for sale on facebook:
            https://www.facebook.com/pages/Junk-...25870327473735

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              Work colleague just bought a 32R for 55k.

              No motor, interior or bonnet.

              Insane.
              Originally posted by brasher
              TJ is 99% African American.

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                Originally posted by Mr Ree View Post
                The price seems very expensive for a 1 litre engine...
                That's a 1 negative litre. They are better.

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                  Originally posted by TJ View Post
                  Work colleague just bought a 32R for 55k.

                  No motor, interior or bonnet.

                  Insane.
                  Jesus Christ.

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                    Originally posted by Gussy View Post

                    Jesus Christ.
                    Choppo?

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                      Originally posted by TJ View Post
                      Work colleague just bought a 32R for 55k.

                      No motor, interior or bonnet.

                      Insane.
                      I would have sold mine with motor, interior and bonnet, and registered/running for that on the spot I reckon.. I would have driven it to WA too.. so he got a shit deal.. anybody who has a mate of a mate, etc who wants a 32 GTR that is overall fairly decent nick for high 50's contact me. These prices are annoying me.
                      RIP Simon - Ghost ride that whip in the clouds forever..

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                        Originally posted by IMOA View Post
                        Was taking dog for a walk and wandered past Shannon’s who had some auction cars in there so wandered in for a look. The 32 they had in there was in pretty amazing condition, only had a quick look but the interior looked very close to absolutely mint.

                        https://www.shannons.com.au/auctions...XWH316W2CRO4J/

                        They’ve got a guide of 100-140 on it which seems about right in the current market. Nopics didn’t understand why the 90’s cars were valued so highly, it’s a bit of a tough explanation to be honest.
                        Ended up selling for $142,500.
                        Seems like a good price, given how tidy it looks.

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                          Originally posted by ChrisS View Post

                          Ended up selling for $142,500.
                          Seems like a good price, given how tidy it looks.
                          Interestingly, less than the SP. I guess at least that’s properly rare, albeit with a smaller market.

                          https://www.shannons.com.au/auctions...40WD93C83932H/

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                            Originally posted by Shonky View Post

                            That's a 1 negative litre. They are better.
                            That gives me more "piece" of mind...

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                              But, let me into a corrugated iron storage garage full of rare Skyline GT-Rs and you better have a defibrillator handy. Thankfully though, before bringing me to his secret storage, Yasui-san of Global Auto told me what was inside, just so that I could prepare myself. This isn’t about sheer volume; if you want to …

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                                Winning bid $62,000 - https://collectingcars.com/for-sale/...yline-r33-gt-r

                                Originally posted by burn is weird View Post

                                "sold at pickles in 2019 and has taken a heavy impact on the passenger side." can't say if this is true or someone is salting the earth before auction hammer.

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