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Few Pics Of My R34 Gtr


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Hi all,

Recently did Great Alpine Road in my GTR, took some pics decided to share with you guys.



Nissan Skyline GTR by Waqar_Ahmed, on Flickr


Nissan Skyline GTR by Waqar_Ahmed, on Flickr


Nissan Skyline GTR by Waqar_Ahmed, on Flickr


Nissan Skyline GTR by Waqar_Ahmed, on Flickr


Nissan Skyline GTR by Waqar_Ahmed, on Flickr

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Friggin hot 34GTR mate! Great composition on the shots too :)

Some sweet roads up there!

Thanks mate!

Ya paint is looking a little toasted... But yeah good piccys :)


yeah thats what happens on white car after hard driving

2nd last one is the best


Well done mate. Great Alpine Road looks amazing. Will have to do that if I'm ever down that way.

Nice 34R too. Rear bumper needs a polish though? :)


yep amazing roads there

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do you miss the 370?

Yes and No!

Power wise No

high speed corners No

Slow Speed hairpins and 90 degree corners on the way up to Mt Hotham, Yes

but overall I was aware of what I was getting into and I am happy!

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Love your car in pics #2,4,5. You more less parked on the right spot ('er tracks) in #2 - hehe...

What route did you take (or Hwy #s)?

thanks mate

about tracks didn't realise it until you mentioned haha

My routes, and this could be easily done within a day in GTR



just amazing photos i think the 2nd to last looks the best myself but i really like the way the dirt looks on it. ya dont see sports cars that dirty in a city... unless it's just a falcador


dirt really does it for me on a sports car or exotic too, it shows the car gets driven rather than garaged!!

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