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HI Guys,

I'm sick of seeing my skyline sitting in my yard and want to see if anyone is interested in buying it.

I bought this car back in 2004 for about $16gz. I drove it around for a couple of years stock with just a trust 3inch exhaust.

It has some aftermarket 16in rims on it, not special but better then the stockies.



89 model M SPEC

GTR Headlights

aftermarket side skirts and pods.

bilstein suspension (awesome suspension)

Interior is immaculate, no stereo though.

Straight body.

This car was like new when I bought it, everything was immaculate. Drove better then a new car with the suspension.

Now the bad-

-It has bent valves in the head. I have spare valves and a head. Everything needed to fix it bar a head gasket, it also has a good timing belt on it (new a few years ago, never used).

REASON for bent valves, timing belt snapped while driving.

-The car was egged sitting out the front of my old mans house and the egg wasn't cleaned off straight away. So the paint is not the best. You might get away with a cut and polish. Roof is not the best either.

-The window seal rubber thing on the back window needs replacing.

There's probably heaps more info, but I cant think or remember atm. Its best to come inspect the car and see for yourself.

Total to fix the car I estimate at -

Valves + Head = free come with car

Head Gasket = $100 (i think)

Cut and polish = Free if you know someone with an electric buffer

Then blue slip $50

Green Slip for 6months $173

then rego $150 (i think)

Please feel free to ask me any questions

price is $4000ono this is really an EOI as I might end up fixing the head, giving it a cut n polish then putting rego on it.

I have included pics of what it looked like when I first bought the car, and I will post up pics soon of what it looks like now.

Email me if interested then we can go from there [email protected]

Located in Sydneys West






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