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How Much Should I Be Paying For A R32 Skyline?

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Hey guy's. I'm about to buy another car & I've always loved R32 Skylines Obviously Turbo.

I've really got my heart set on a black one at the moment. Comes with a RWC & everything.

Its a 1993 Model, RB20DET 5spd, 130,481 k's . Going for $8950.00.

What do guys think I should be paying for a car like this? Is it worth it?

Any opinions on R32's, I honestly think they are an awesome looking car with a great engine.

- Turko

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Price sounds about right assuming it doesn't come with rego - if that price does include rego it seems a little cheap.

R32's are one of those cars where the condition affects the value greatly. There's lots of average condition ones getting around cheap enough, but the ones in excellent condition still go for good coin.

Most R32 GTS-t's in NSW including rego usually sell for between $10k and $15k from what I've noticed.

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You get what you pay for. Heaps of people have bought a cheap one, then come winging on here when something breaks.

If you buy one because it's cheap, that's fine. Just expect that you might have to repair/replace a few things. But that's fine if you buy a cheap one, ebcause you will have spare money.

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