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Adelaide ***r34 Gtt Coupe 5Sp Turbo***


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visited the yards around Adelaide today. All R34 turbo coupes selling between $22K-$26K. All with roughly 90,000kms on clock meaning the first thing you have to do after paying stamp duty and transfer is come up with another thousand dollars to pay for a major service! Then 6 months later come up with another thousand dollars to replace the original clutch.....

Seriously? No-one wants a cheap R34 gtt 5sp coupe?

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Make me an offer, whats the worse that could happen? I say no maybe? c'mon ppl, test the waters!

HD Clutch

TCS Canceller (not yet fitted)

Have original compliance cat and front pipe

I bought the car with a pod but then purchased airbox to keep it legal (not cheap considering its just plastic) - Still have pod attachment.

Tyres have 90% tread

EBC virtually invisible - have to be looking pretty hard to find it! including wiring etc in engine bay.

Notice how dark the tint on the back windows is? its not tint as we know it, its in the glass from nissan (NISSAN UV CUT GLASS). Thats how it was when complied and put thru regency - cops cant say shit! They cant ask you to tear off a tint that isnt there! AWESOME!

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  • 2 weeks later...

Hey Jay11

US & Europe economy in the toilet. OZ $$ sitting around $1.10us and predicted to go $1.30 next year..... Every factory, plant etc is shutting its doors, downsizing and cutting hrs.... I think everyone is just broke plain and simple! Last year our cars would've sold within days of posting.

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