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Hey people, I've had my black 1997 R33 gtst now for 11 years, since it was imported from n. Its completely stock, in what I'd assume is really good condition apart from needing a good vacuum; and it's completely stock (apart from 34 GTR rims). Has a sunroof, 186,000 ks but runs like a dream Time to sell and get a more practical boat. Anyone know what they're worth these days? I bought it in 2010 for $14k. I'm going to cry when I sell it, honestly. But I can't garage it 😭 Appreciate any guesses etc.
Cars For Sale (3rd Party Sites) Ebay, Carsales etc.. Stole this thread idea from the Aus Z Car forums, I thought it'd be a good way to track sell prices and values for current and prospective owners of Skylines. Some house keeping; • If possible, post a few photo's/screenshots in addition to the link from the auction and post them here. This is useful because it gives everyone an indication of current values and what you get for your money if you are looking to buy or sell.This will help us all, for insurance reasons we have some proof of current values. For selling it helps us gauge our cars true worth and for curiosity sake we can compare year on year the values of our cars etc..If anyone has further suggestions to this, please feel free to share them here.
Hey i spent several hours yesterday searching and reading on this forum trying to find info on current values of Bnr32s and Bcnr33s that are reasonably stock with low km, no repair history and full japanese logbook history, however, i was unable to answer a couple of questions. Please note as there is plenty of info available on ADM and N1 values, my question is strictly related to JDM models (excluding N1). -What is the market value in Aus for Bnr32 and Bcnr33 GTR, V spec and V spec2 (r32) respectively, with under 100km, no damage and full jap, and Aus (if applicable) service history. -What has a greater impact upon value - higher spec or lower Km e.g a 50 000km r32 gtr vs a 100 000km V spec 2? I look forward to reading your replies, Cheers Jason
Dear ladies and gents, I have my heart set on purchasing a Skyline, and have decided that it will be either an R33 gts-t or an R34 gt-t. I understand buying an old turbo import isn't a sound financial move, so i'd like to rationalise the decision. (This will be a daily driver) I've heard mention of the 'market', where sometimes the cars are easier to sell at higher prices than at other times. Where do you (the experienced experts) feel that the market is? Ideally I want to buy a car in decent condition, drive it and love it for perhaps a year, and then sell it without having significantly reduced the value of the vehicle (let's exclude fuel, scheduled maintenance and government costs). Am i being completely naive to think that i can get most of my money back? If the answer is "that's plausible", then what vehicle would you suggest I look for? I.e. will a lightly modded R34 Gt-t hold it's value best if purchased currently for $14k? Or should I go for the best deal i can find for a R33 ($8K) and see if i can sell that? It seems the R33 market is relatively saturated, meaning it's easy to find a nice vehicle, but is then harder to sell later on. For those that say 'it's your own personal preference', I want to point out that I am not particularly skillful as a mechanic (but i'm alright at research!) and have never before pushed a car to it's limits, specifically at corners. I am very eager to learn and try things out. This is one of the main reasons for getting into the skyline - take a few advanced driving courses, see what levels my skills are actually at. For this reason, I am not interested in buying a highly modified, powerful vehicle - stage 1 modding is more than enough for me (for now i guess haha, judging how hard the modding bug bites) It seems that an R34 will be the best for me, with little 'creature comforts' such as traction control and advanced safety features (being a newer car). However, they seem to fairly rare (I'm west of Sydney, NSW) and command quite a price premium over R33s of similar condition - R34s are currently listed around $14,000, whereas the better R33s are closer to $10,000. I'd love to pay less, of course, but would you say that extra few thousand dollars is worth it for an enthusiastic new-comer? Should I shell out the capital (i wont need finance) on the newer R34, or will I have the same experience with the R33 with less financial risk? As i said, I will be more than happy emotionally with either car, and can refine my tastes for specs and performance and upgrade later on. Thank you for taking the time to read all this crap that I've just written, and I can't wait to be a part of this legendary club. Mick