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R33sedandenver

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Thanks!   Right now just want to get the little 25 year olds car Bugs worked out.  Then typical bolt on type stuff    Amazing how much I have to learn after coming from a 04 G35 sedan that was built up 

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Very nice sedan there.

Is that your partner driving ?

Well tell her to smile . . . shes driving a Skyline !

And stack another Skyline on top of the one you've got just to see eye to eye with the guy next to you !

America, the land of the giant trucks.

Ives always liked the series 2 sedan front bumpers than the coup.

Looks more finished than a couple of round trailer lights on the front

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I'd pay special attention to the underbody, rust will be an issue.

Not many R33 4 doors up there, looks nice.

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Plynx

Hahaha was just bad timing for a picture for the wife 😂.    
 

The truck next to me is actually my buddy , I did the lift and tires on it      

I agree on the sedan bumper, had honestly never seen a sedan in person until I picked up my car 

 

niZmo man     
 

surprisingly the car doesn’t have much rust other than surface    
 

back seats barely look like they where ever sat in

 

Unfortunately I have no idea what the actual mileage is due to a manual swap that was done a long time ago and I found the pinion gear in the trans is worn down.   

 

 

 

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Looks like you have snow (so salted roads), I'd get the underbody treated just in case (if you plan on keeping the car for long).

Don't worry about the mileage too much, just be prepared to replace stuff and service it regularly.

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Luckily we don’t use salt here in Colorado but thank you for the advise!  
 

maintenance and such is no big deal,  cars been on my lift at work twice already lol ,  I’m a Long time Nissan’s tech , just new to this platform. 

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