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vic  R32 GTR N1/nismo side skirts


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R32 gtr N1/nismo skirt end pieces

look to be genuine when compared to others

is a thin light coloured plastic 

passenger side is in good condition with minor crack around the mounting hole

driver side has been repaired poorly, I have removed the filler and intended to repair and fit to my car but don’t really have the time

still very repairable

$450 ono

can post Australia wide

 

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Bump.

repaired the shit one, it’s in high fill now, ready to rub and paint. 

$300 for the pair

also have other parts

x2 abs pumps $100 each

front adjustable castor arms $50

r32 floor carpet, needs a mad steam clean, some cuts near the standard holes but can’t be seen when interiors in $50

used walbro 254lph pump $50

random red coloured series 1 coils with a nice, fresh, tender loom $100

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big bump

spats $200

ABS pumps $50 each

front knuckles with hubs and uprights $100 pair

viscous fan hub $50

coupe boot carpet- ok condition $50

complete floor carpet- covered in rat shit $free (i am not f**king cleaning that, f**k that)

driver side boot channel/window rust repair section $200 - good luck finding someone thatll cut a good shell up for that

give me an offer on this stuff, theres more, boxes of factory AC stuff etc

taking up room in the garage and in my shop

text me on 0411421097

 

 

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