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Item:1987 Nissan Skyline Silhouette R31

Location: West. Suburbs melb

Item Condition: farily good nick, except for a few dents, and a faded roof

Reason for Selling: new toy, r32 gtst

Extra Info: Extractors, 2 1/2" cat back zorst w/ 3" muffler, K&N pod filter, new rear tyres, reco head, gerbox reco approx 265kms. needs new rear demsitor switch. reg till jun 06. can organise a rwc. as i said roof is faded, was when i bought it but got worse. small dents on doors and 1/4 pnls and mark on front bar from previous owner. has S3 tailights (hotplates) and rear garnish. S13 silvia alloys (15") cd player will be refitted with 1 x amplifier, blaupunkt speakers.

car does ahve a slight diff whine (usual), does tick a bit on start up (usual)

car is blue metallic over silver

need to sell, have a new toy and need cash to mod the new toy.

havnt got pics atm, but will have them soon

im asking $3200 ono

i was going to put an RB25DET in it, but decided that an r32 would be better and a much better car. i still love the 31 but its time to let it go. car is still pretty quick for its age.

Contact Details:

email: [email protected]


(AH): 9369 4107

(BH): 9974 0200 ask for jarryd

Mob: 0411 355 572

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very interested. If you can post a pic actually in this thread (the link went to an error screen), thatd be fantastic. if you have a camera or a phone with a camera, take some pics of the engine bay, panels etc. would need to buy it site unseen. its a manual? I know a diff whine is all to common, even a loud one. Umm ticking on startup generally just means thin oil...

suspension is standard? bouncy?


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