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ok, too much crap laying about in the garage and had a clean up today. found some things i don't need/want anymore. all for r33.

1. Standard airbox, comes with stand and feed. no bolts, sorry. (see boltfast) $75

2. Standard airbox without feed. $50

3. Standard double-din radio/cassette head unit. sold

4. Standard R33 GTS-T intercooler, complete with mounting brackets, bolts and hoseclamps. $90

5. R33 S1 right hand headlight, lense in poor condition, rear in good condition. works fine. had a quote to replace the lense and refurbish the whole thing at $180. so $50 for a good rear assembly i guess.

6. Standard boost solenoid. $10

7. Standard ex. cam gear. $20

8. Autometer 2-5/8" boost gauge complete with mounting brackets and hose. $80

9. Autometer 2-5/8" gauge cups x 3, complete with mounts. $50 the lot

10. Dodgy pod filter. junk item really. sold

11. Brand new EBC black rear brake pads, part no DP826 R33 GTS-T (i have these on my r33) sold

If the price doesn't appeal to you i am of course open to offers. I'd like to sell this stuff in brisbane/gold coast for pick-up/delivery, but if your elsewhere all items are postage at buyers expense. contact me via pm.

cheers

-rb25

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All PM's replied to. I can't believe someone dug this ad up. Thanks!

sanjeetsm: the stock BOV is not for sale.

L 33: I am currently selling the car and would like to sell it with the stock airbox if need be. If the buyer doesnt take it i will reply to this thread letting you know if it is still available.

Thanks

-rb25

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