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  1. Time for someone else to enjoy this fantastic little hauler 22x,xxx kms RB25 Neo Turbo $11k ono Auto with tiptronic R33 stock turbo For sale in Albury, NSW just over the VIC border. A tonne more pictures and full write up can be found here: https://www.driveanotherday.com/rwd-stagea-for-sale/
  2. A sad day for sure when this thing goes because I've loved it but it's time to move on. -22x,xxx kms -Oil change every 5k with Penrite HPR-5 -Stock aside from wheels and coilpacks (splitfires) -Power steering rack rebuilt -New rear tires and brake pads (Front tires replaced earlier this year) THE BAD -Rust under mirrors -Slight tranmission leak from speed sensor -Crack in front bar Plenty more pics and info via: https://www.driveanotherday.com/stagea-for-sale-gold-coast/
  3. A new set of Yellowjackets and spark plugs. Also found some time to swap out some new leds for the climate control. No more warnings and now I can see what climate control is doing in the dark - glorious!
  4. Swapped out my o2 sensor. After spending an hour attempting to mangle the old one out, I finally found the perfect socket designed for it. This + short extender + half inch rachet and half a second of effort to loosen it up to unscrew out. 12 bucks too, thanks Beeps Auto Parts! Now to see if the new one makes a difference..
  5. Replaced all the door speakers - I thought they were original factories all round but no, only in the front. The rears had an amazing $11 pair that took the quality of the sound right out of the 50's and into 1960's spec! 6.5 inch all round, used the original plastic mounts, cutters and a power drill to get the fronts sitting nicely
  6. My shift selector now lights up. Not that this was a major issue but hey, I didn't break anything replacing that bulb so that's a good start
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