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Hey all, I'm not sure if this is the best place to post this. I've been a lurker of this forum and a fan of GTR's for a few years now. I've just recently become financially able to afford one. I am not very good with cars in general but I have massed little knowledge over time. I'm based in NSW and there's one in Victoria that I'm potentially up for buying. The seller has uploaded many photos and provided details. I was wondering if I uploaded these photos and details to this post, that you guys could chime in with any thoughts before I make the trek to Victoria. I have read the thread " New To The Skyline Scene?" But I just want to see what you esteemed members think about this import.

Thanks all. VIN number is BNR32-012590. 




















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Also I'd like to use https://japancarhistorycheck.com/ to check the auction history - but what is the best way to verify that the VIN provided by the seller actually matches the car he is selling? I'm aware vin stickers can be forged. Would using that website to check the japanese history help verify the car that's for sale will match the VIN that's provided?

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I'd also be mindful that the car has just come from Japan...so potential for rust (or more so than a car that's been here for the last ~15 years or so).

I'd get it inspected if you can by a mechanic/workshop that knows these cars at the very least.

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if i was looking for another r32 i would look no further than this one. chances are thats an extremely good condition car. thats alot of coin it should be damn near mint for that price with a perfect frame. i would say if you could get the frame(standard 4 spots on frame where dints usually occur from improper jacking), rust behind all the wheel arcs, open the gas cap see what rust is occuring in there, and a nice photo of the trunk popped with pictures of the perimeter along the waether stripping and under the spare tire where water can accumulate and cause premature rust. cheers chap car does look extremely clean in my eyes. i paid 27k for mine in the same shape as that grey one(maybe better mine had zero rust) in 2019 so not that long ago. i just kept watching as economy was low here, so i dunno about the 85k mate thats steap for a r32 that will be quite slow after you drive it a couple times and want more power. 


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NISSAN Skyline GT-R -- B-Pro Auto JDM Imports (jdmwholesale.com)

these guys have some other really nice gtrs for sale but i think this is a better deal for you. car looks cleaner and cheaper. this is where my car originally came from. check out there other gtrs as well some nasty r33 gtrs too.


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I’m in Melbourne. There are a few guys that are in the know. JMA Airport West are GTR specialists. To pay him $200 to have a look at it which will take him 10 mins might be worth it.

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49 minutes ago, Matty George said:

I’m in Melbourne. There are a few guys that are in the know. JMA Airport West are GTR specialists. To pay him $200 to have a look at it which will take him 10 mins might be worth it.

1200buck hourly rate sounds about right for a gtr

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