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Son bought it a few weeks ago. Its now a father son project. I've sold my project 4 wheeler and was looking for something to work on. He brought up the Skylines and honestly I never heard of them. Hoping to get this car mechanically solid  

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I will post some. Been busy so my apologies for the late reply.

Been getting all the missing clips on the body done, new coil packs & plugs, rear valance painted and today installing new coil overs.    

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