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I am wrecking my R32 GTR and i am selling the following parts:

(all prices are negotiable on parts)

Work Emotion CR Kai 17 Inch wheels with 90% tyres $2,200

Boot with spoiler $350

HKS coilovers $1000

GTR Brakes slotted cross drilled $1100

R32 GTR doors $250 each or both $400

Cusco GTR strut brace Front and Rear $120 each

GTR cluster $150

HKS dump pipes $500

HKS Front pipe $500

HKS titanium exhaust 4 inch with apexi silencer $1200

Driver Recaro seat $450

GTR passenger Seat $350

GTR rear seats $250

Whole Dash with 2 screw wholes $250

GTR control arms $100 each

GTR G Sensor $300

GTR Cooler $400

GTR ECU $250

GTR Grill $120

GTR steering rack and pin $150

Rear windscreen $150

Petrol Tank $250

Tail Lights $250

Headlights $250

Once again all prices are negotiable.

PM me for photos or any questions

or you can also contact me on 0433-554-014 Musty!

located in melbourne.

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