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R33 Gtst '96 S2 For Sale **pics**


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Hey guys,

REASON FOR SALE:

Finally got my hands on my dream car a few weeks ago, but now i have to go in for a very serious operation and wont be able to work for minimum 10 weeks. There for i cant make repayments on my loan and the car needs to go to a new lucky owner. :woot:

STATS:

'96 S2 SKYLINE GTS-T

123,XXX k's

minor mods:

3" cat back exhaust

Blitz BOV

Blitz turbo timer (not yet installed)

Boost guage (not yet installed)

K&N Pod filter *BRAND NEW

Car has 3 months reg. Never Boosted. I have only owned the car for about 3 weeks. I have had the car checked out and it is immaculate inside and out. last week had a engine oil change, oil filter change, gear box oil change. It has been in Australia less than a year, and considering what the car is capable of, it has been very well babied. I will be losing money on the car but such is life i guess. :)

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PRICE DROPPED to 14,900 regretful sale

you only live ONCE and its well worth the money.

I can be contacted by

Phone: 0414 398 019

Email: [email protected]

MSN: [email protected]

THANKS

Edited by zertek
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BUMP*** no interest???

My other option is to sell it to my mum until i get out of hospital then buy it back from her. But im having trouble convincing her to do that...

Just sent you an email mate :)

hmm, well the email didnt seem to go through. Ive added you to msn.

Whereabouts do you live?

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