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Last For Sale Thread!


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Ok im going to put in a number of items that i have left from my R32 wreck.

If you dont see the item your after up on the thread, ask i might not have added it yet...

but once i have added all the items i have i will say and then if its not up there... i dont have it.

PLEASE... TEXT or CALL me only as im not on here much and will prob take alot longer to reply.

im in PERTH but am willing to ship at buyers expence

0422648745

ok first items...

R32 GTR RB26DETT Gunmetal Grey

Ignition Coils and Brackets - Good Working Condition - $120

ABS Unit - No Leaks, Good Condition - $150

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Side Skirts - Stock 3 piece Style - front and long side parts sold the rear 2 $140

Clutch Fan - Average Yellow discolouring, Works well $60

Instrument cluster 180Km model - $100

Instrument Cluster Surround (part with headlight switch on it) - Good Condition - letters faded a little on headlight switch $80

more added soon

text or call only 0422 648 745

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Engine mounts - Tranglular shaped ones that bolt to the cross member $ 60

Round A/C Vent - Drivers side above fuse box area - $40

Boot Lid Rubber Lining - $30

Throttle Position Sensor - $60

Centre A/C Vent "Dual one" $80

Steering collumn with ign barrel and Boss kit $100

Boot Hinge $50

Pedal Set Accelerator, Brake, Clutch (Full Pedals not just the things people stick on the foot part) $120

Accel. Cable - $20

Odo. Cable - $20

Power Steering Res with lid and plug etc. $50

Exhaust temp Sensor, $20

Std Exhaust Manifolds $60

Coolent Res. $40

Altessa Res. $30

Window washer Res. $40

Rear Reo Bar $80

Front Sway Bar $50

Fuel Rail $30

Fuel Filler Pannel $20 (Gun metal grey)

Drivers Door W/Window no door card $100 (Grey)

Passenger door " " " " " " " $100 (S1 Burgendy)

Cam Gears Stock - $20

Reverse Lights $60

Tail Lights $150

Cam Angle Sensor $50

Knock Sensor $160

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