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32/33 Gtr & Gtst Parts. Wheels Advans & Stock


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Opening up to QLD, first prefernce. I am based in Brisbane but I do regular runs up and down the coast. Feel free to ask questions but please play nice, pm, call or text, leave a message as I cant always answer. Mobile 0408 188 777 Cheers

32 GTR lower control arms with clips for brake vents $110

33 GTR stock suspensions no leaks $ 100

Excellent for swapping out for roadworthy, machinery check or insurance claim. Saves adjusting the set up of your coil over’s. $ 100

Super Advans Racing light weight, with complete covers. $575

17 X 8 Front 35 off set

17 X 9 Rear 38 off set

2 tyres with camber wear

2 X 32 GTST standard wheels with tyres have camber wear $40 each, good for spare so you don’t have to deal with speed limited space savers

2 X 33 GTST standard wheels with tyres road worthy condition $45 each, good for spare so you don’t have to deal with speed limited space savers

33 GTST boost sensor $40

Console 33 Skyline Pocket brand new not opened packet. Great to tidy up centre console gap factory fit. $30 Delivered

Universal Portable Speaker Box professionally made, imported from Japan with clean Dark Grey carpet finish. Great balanced sound and easily removed if you do track work or for extra luggage space. $145

2 X 10 inch Woofers

2 X Mid range speakers

2 X Supers Tweeters

32 GTST factory Engine protector, Good to save from rocks and dirt. $45

33 GTST factory Engine protector. $45

Nismo Leather shift knob un-opened: 32865¬¬¬¬/RN003

Nismo Leather shift knob: 32865-RN003, Nismo Shop $89

Sell $75 delivered

Fits 32/33 Skyline 180 & 300zx

Feel free to ask questions but please play nice, pm, call or text, leave a message as I cant always answer. Mobile 0408 188 777 Cheers

Cheers

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Hi Pics of white gtst exact wheels, car had stock suspension and no front inner guards. It should give a indication on how they will look fitted. See attached pics of wheel in good condition, metal valve stems and full set of covers, optional look. Slight graze on 1 wheel single shot, very minor. See how you go, prepared to take money of if buyer trades in another set of wheels.

Super Advans are really light and give good brake ventilation, new version that has no caps and are extra pollished are over $600 each plus delivery crazy prices. I have had them on 32 & 33 Skylines and seen them on RX7's and 180's with 5 stud conversions kits.

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Hi Pics of white gtst exact wheels, car had stock suspension and no front inner guards. It should give a indication on how they will look fitted. See attached pics of wheel in good condition, metal valve stems and full set of covers, optional look. Slight graze on 1 wheel single shot, very minor. See how you go, prepared to take money of if buyer trades in another set of wheels.

Super Advans are really light and give good brake ventilation, new version that has no caps and are extra pollished are over $600 each plus delivery crazy prices. I have had them on 32 & 33 Skylines and seen them on RX7's and 180's with 5 stud conversions kits.

Cheers

33 standard have been picked up, still have stock 32 rims. Intrest in the Super Advans from Victoria and I need to get shipping prices today. If someone from QLD is keen yell out as its a lot less hassle to sell local. I would be preppered to give discount for trade.

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33 standard have been picked up, still have stock 32 rims. Intrest in the Super Advans from Victoria and I need to get shipping prices today. If someone from QLD is keen yell out as its a lot less hassle to sell local. I would be preppered to give discount for trade.

Cheers

Nismo Shift Knob Sold.

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Nismo Shift Knob Sold.

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Hi General Update

32 & 33 stock wheels have been sold, 17 inch super advans still available with above items. Adding better pics of stereo box. Super Fusion speakers Professionally factory built.

Pics and more detail on box.

Professionally factory built. Vented Loaded Enclosure features

Heavy Duty Construction

High quality, heavy duty board creates a solid enclosure, which is lined with acoustic dampening material to produce extreme bass

Heavy Duty Terminal Cups

Ensures a secure bond and efficient signal flow from your amplifier to your subwoofer in order to deliver clean sound

Enclosure Detailing

high quality embroidered carpet finish.

Cheers

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Hi General Update

32 & 33 stock wheels have been sold, 17 inch super advans still available with above items. Adding better pics of stereo box. Super Fusion speakers Professionally factory built.

Pics and more detail on box.

Professionally factory built. Vented Loaded Enclosure features

Heavy Duty Construction

High quality, heavy duty board creates a solid enclosure, which is lined with acoustic dampening material to produce extreme bass

Heavy Duty Terminal Cups

Ensures a secure bond and efficient signal flow from your amplifier to your subwoofer in order to deliver clean sound

Enclosure Detailing

high quality embroidered carpet finish.

Cheers

Update will do soem discount for QLD, if quick and esy sale, easyier to call or leave number in PM.

Cheers

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Update will do soem discount for QLD, if quick and esy sale, easyier to call or leave number in PM.

Cheers

Hi

All wheels sold, remaining below

33 GTST boost sensor $40 with hose

Console 33 Skyline Pocket brand new not opened packet. Great to tidy up centre console gap factory fit. $30 Delivered

Universal Portable Speaker Box professionally made, imported from Japan with clean Dark Grey carpet finish. Great balanced sound and easily removed if you do track work or for extra luggage space. $145 now $130 see pictures

2 X 10 inch Woofers

2 X Mid range speakers

2 X Supers Tweeters

32 GTST factory under body cover/ protector, Good to save from rocks and dirt. $45

33 GTST factory under body cover/ protector. $45

32 GTR lower control arms with clips for brake vents $110 change to $100 great condition no bends or cracks

33 GTR stock suspensions no leaks $ 100 freight most places about $30

Excellent for swapping out for roadworthy, machinery check or insurance claim. Saves adjusting the set up of your coil over’s. $ 100

Cheers

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