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For Sale And Hope Fully Gone Today - R34 4Door

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A mate has offered me his bmw that I absolutely love and I need to answer him by lunch time to buy it. So my 34 is up for sale as I hopefully want it gone today so ring my number 0401 184 069 DO NOT PM ME AS I NEED AN ANSWER SOON!!!!!

-1998 Model

-108,xxxks - I work away 6 months a year so I rarely drive it but as i said I love my mates beemer and would prefer to have that sit around not been driven lol


-Sunroof - Hard to find

-MINT R33 GTR Wheels with 4 brand new tyres. I do have a 2nd set of wheels I can put back on for cheaper

-Recent wheel alligment and replaced some of the bushes in the front end with Nolathanes

-Mint Interior

-Manual (changed using R33 GTST box with approx. 95,000ks on it)

-Brand new chromolly flywheel that is factory weight ($440 rrp)

-Exedy heavy duty clutch with the 10,800N pressure plate - http://www.kudosmotorsports.com/catalog/ex...yline-p-26.html

-Nismo gearbox mount

-All brand new Nissan supplied bolts were used for the conversion

-Australian Standard Black wired alarm with anti-carjacking

-Factory Xenon headlights

-Brand new o2 Sensor

-All the usual options like TRC, ABS, Electric everything as usual

-Blue LED dash lights

-Sony A/M deck with Bluetooth and Ipod Connectivity (Blue deck to match in with the dash lights)

Details on manual conversion:

I did a full manual conversion almost right on the 100,000k mark with the intentions of keeping and developing it. I have used the original dash cluster with the manual face on it so its the original Ks (have the spare manual cluster that I stripped to keep my original one in there), used all original R34 parts, Clutch Master is a brand new Nissan direct item and the pedals are R34 items not modded R33 ones. I also fitted a brand new Chromolly flywheel (factory weight) and Exedy clutch with a heavier clamping load. Over $1000 alone there and the package from what Exedy have said will handle a slipping and good power which is what I intended.

I drove this to Phillip Island for the Moto GP in October and the trip there and back she didnt miss a beat. Fuel economy was also very good which surprised me as the auto was terrible on fuel. Sitting on 110ks in SA and 100ks in Victoria I was averaging 550ks+ out of a tank so around 10L/100ks as the tank only looks to hold around 55 litres but someone feel free to correct me

I will also throw in with the car a FMIC kit I bought for the car. I do have a complete HKS GT2530 turbo kit as well available for an extra $1000 to the buyer


$15,000k as is with the GTR wheels and a turn flow cooler suppied or I can fit if wanted OR $14000 with the original wheels that came on it






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