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LOL - good to hear from you guys. It's be a long time !

@Duncan No project on the boil (that's the reason I came back actually) - I"ve been in Adelaide for 4 years now - Once married and with 4 kids now - I've had no time or money for Car projects.

However, I think that is all about to change.

So I came on here looking for a clean 1989, 1990 R32 Gtst. Anyone know anything for sale ?

I wanna get a track car under historic rego.

We are now blessed with The Bend, Mallala and AIR - so time to get back into it.

Cheers boys


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18 hours ago, B-Man said:

....Once married and with 4 kids now - I've had no time or money for Car projects.

However, I think that is all about to change......

Still trying to work out if you are planning to change the married and kids status, or the car projects...

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(congrats BTW!)

I don't know a 32 gtst for sale, probably even those are starting to go up instead of down in price these days unless they have been thrashed in between. A wanted to buy thread may still get different sellers to other sites, but the state and social parts of the forum are pretty quiet these days

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9 minutes ago, Duncan said:

Still trying to work out if you are planning to change the married and kids status, or the car projects...

LOL - Just the car project bit - (for now)

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On 12/01/2022 at 5:15 PM, Duncan said:

I'm so far southside I fell out of Sydney!

How's life treating you ?

Dad life mate - I figured it was time to actually log back into the forums :) 

Finally a GTR owner again too, so might make a cameo appearance at the putty road cruise.

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On 12/01/2022 at 5:48 PM, PranK said:

Where else would we be? Browsing SAU of course. :)

Are you still on the beaches? We should legitimately get a pizza catchup sorted - Its been way way too long.

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On 12/01/2022 at 6:37 PM, PranK said:

I am. In Elanora Heights. Where are you ?

Eastern suburbs for now but looking at houses on the lower north shore or northern beaches at the moment.

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