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'95 S1.5 r33 gts-t with 126,000kms. Haven't had any troubles with it apart from a dudd battery. I'll be selling it in a year or two and getting a supra anyway so the mileage doesn't bother me. Way I see it, a higher odometer is probably closer to the truth than a lower one. They are getting pretty old now aswell so I'd be surprised if most weren't around the 100 mark.

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1995 R33 Gts-t - bought with 90 000km 4 years ago and now its done 210 000km. Only problems I have had with it are the usual wear and tear type things - but I am sure things will start falling apart soon.

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1995 R33 Gts-t - bought with 90 000km 4 years ago and now its done 210 000km. Only problems I have had with it are the usual wear and tear type things - but I am sure things will start falling apart soon.

I guess it goes to show that if you look after it with regular maintenance etc they can go for many years!

Series2 33 GTST. Bought May 06 @ 63000km. Now has 93000 on it running higher boost etc... No problems as yet.

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Now here's a car with nice low genuine kilometres

http://page5.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/e63812200

I love google translation tools!

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rofl @ the google translation!

'90 R32 GTSt purchased privately in Sept '06 with a supposed 99,***km (yeah right), now at about 115,***km.

Hasn't missed a beat, had to replace the front left stub axle when I got it as the previous owner put it over a kerb and had a few dramas with the breathing setup which the last owner fubar'd, ran 14psi through the RB20 turbo for 6months then put the RB25 turbo on. Only other minor drama I had was an exhaust leak from between the turbo/manifold. Had it dyno'd on the weekend and it made 195rwhp @ 5300rpm and about 12psi but they shut it down early as it was running a bit lean.. time to get that 044 in! ;)

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