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Mohsen finally bought a GTR.


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Thanks mate!

 

any progress is good progress right?

cars back- still waiting on the doors and other panels

rear belts, seats, tail lights and dash are back in for good.

tried to repair the felt inserts on the rear trim. Looked good at first but began to unravel again- ordering new ones.

ABS Is sitting in place, next up is tidy up the engine loom and get that back into its home and adjust the cooler etc so it’s all sitting nice and level 

plenty of work to do

 

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  • 2 months later...

Got a little more done over the past month or so

panels hanging on

clutch hydraulics run and fit up.

 

copped a bit of a slap with work and have had to settle for a pfc for now

halaltech, maffless and leather retrim to come.

is it going to be lebo diamond stitch spec? You bet your sweet vanilla ass it’s going to be!

getting very close, the list is small now!

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Back again.

slow progress as usual 

got the car idling on e85 and it’s very much drivable.

ended up cracking the shits and deleting abs 

went with a raceworks twin entry rail, push lock fittings and a direct wired pump feeding some 2200cc injectors 

glass in

car detailed. 

Wheel alignments done 

Some tiny little hiccups here and there that I’ll get around to eventually

But all that’s really left is a tune and rego

 

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