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Life after skyline! Can it be done?

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My skyline has served me well, but it looks like after six years it will be sold by the weekend..........

Im just tossing up what to get now?

I dont think anything is going to fill the void.

The top of the list so far is a

Jeep Wrangler!

But yeh i still have no idea...

any suggestions? i have anywhere from $20k-30k to spend...

i will go back to skylines (r34 gtt probably one day), but right now i cant decide...

am i mad ? :headspin:

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WHen i got rid of my R33 for a WRX after about 2 weeks i was wishing i was in my R33 again!

Selling WRX now after 6 months to get hopefully SII R33 GTS-t....

DON'T DO IT! (Just kidding)

There is nothing that compares IMHO...

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the ones with the massive wheels are interesting... especially when they're shiney black with chrome bits and huge wheels...

not this big, but you get the idea :)


edit -- these are the wheels i was talking about :)


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Do what I've done for the last 10 years. I always loved my Nissans but I also go snowboarding, mountain biking, fishing, etc. and needed a 4WD. In '93 I introduced myself to the cult world of Suzuki Sierra ownership which enabled me to also hang on to my Skyline at the time. Now I've owned 3 and my bro still has the first one I got, an '83 with Toyota 5K and headers. My current one is a '97 coil sprung that I bought new and traded my Ti on it. Never regret the Suzi, do regret selling the Skyline. A few weeks and I'm back my old position.

By the way, my Suzi has a 2" lift and 235 Kuhmo's and I still haven't found anywhere I can't go.

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Yeh mountain biking too...

but the sierra is a bit small, and the wrangler has a 4 litre 6 six cylinder :)

although its a bit of an old design;

4.0L In-line overhead valve 6-cylinder

Fuel System Sequential multipoint Electronic Fuel Injection

Power (kW @ rpm) 130 @ 4,600

Torque (Nm @ rpm) 296 @ 3,500

Compression ratio 8.75:1

Capa have a bolt on supercharger kit for $6000!! :ak47:

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