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Hey guys! 

We're Junsei Auto Parts from Sydney and we remake discontinued interior trim, 1:1 identical to OEM quality.

We've been bringing back discontinued interior trim for the R32 and JZA80 Supra. So far we've remade the R32 Stereo Fascia Surround and the Dash Defrosters, pics below 👇

We're here to ask what discontinued parts do you want back? Not limited to any Skyline! Drop your suggestions and we'll see what we can do! 

Check out our R32 parts here: https://www.junseiautoparts.com/collections/nissan-skyline-r32

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At least the hinge, if not the whole lid, for the armrest. Not the normal low height, longer armrest that was standard. The taller, shorter length one with the cupholders under it that was an uncommon option.

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8 hours ago, GTSBoy said:

At least the hinge, if not the whole lid, for the armrest. Not the normal low height, longer armrest that was standard. The taller, shorter length one with the cupholders under it that was an uncommon option.

Like this OEM option? We can do that, we could definitely do the whole lid, OEM leather and all. 
Nissan Skyline R32 OEM Optional Cup Holder BNR32 GTR NISMO JDM Interior - Picture 2 of 10


 

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Yuh, I have that one and the hinge is broken and the vinyl on top is cracked from years of elbows. I have been meaning to put effort into doing a better job of repairing the hinge (already done once, years ago, didn't last) and retrimming the top. But new made replacements would be even better.

The hinges are very low science, basically just being folded plastic. Any effort spent working out what to do to fix it on this lid would probably (maybe only possibly, depends on whether there's any commonality) be applicable to the normal lid's hinge too.

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8 hours ago, GTSBoy said:

Yuh, I have that one and the hinge is broken and the vinyl on top is cracked from years of elbows. I have been meaning to put effort into doing a better job of repairing the hinge (already done once, years ago, didn't last) and retrimming the top. But new made replacements would be even better.

The hinges are very low science, basically just being folded plastic. Any effort spent working out what to do to fix it on this lid would probably (maybe only possibly, depends on whether there's any commonality) be applicable to the normal lid's hinge too.

Would you prefer a complete arm rest lid unit or a cheaper DIY kit that includes vinyl and new hinge?

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For me, just a DIY kit to replace the hinge and vinyl/padding. The rest of mine is structurally sound.

Whether you would find enough takers (for even that much effort spent) to justify the work is a harder thing to estimate, as there are very few of these out in the wild.

If you were to make the whole thing, including the armrest for the top part and the cupholder that replaces the original armrest, you might be able to sell them to people who would like to upgrade. If there are enough of them, that is.

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20 hours ago, Junsei said:

Hey guys! 

We're Junsei Auto Parts from Sydney and we remake discontinued interior trim, 1:1 identical to OEM quality.

We've been bringing back discontinued interior trim for the R32 and JZA80 Supra. So far we've remade the R32 Stereo Fascia Surround and the Dash Defrosters, pics below 👇

We're here to ask what discontinued parts do you want back? Not limited to any Skyline! Drop your suggestions and we'll see what we can do! 

Check out our R32 parts here: https://www.junseiautoparts.com/collections/nissan-skyline-r32

FrontFascia-1.jpg?v=1695801053&width=990R32FrontDashVent_1of2.jpg?v=1691218334&width=990

Nice work there, the fascia looks great! 

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On 2/6/2024 at 6:47 PM, GTSBoy said:

For me, just a DIY kit to replace the hinge and vinyl/padding. The rest of mine is structurally sound.

Whether you would find enough takers (for even that much effort spent) to justify the work is a harder thing to estimate, as there are very few of these out in the wild.

If you were to make the whole thing, including the armrest for the top part and the cupholder that replaces the original armrest, you might be able to sell them to people who would like to upgrade. If there are enough of them, that is.

Yeah that's a tricky thing to figure out. We'll do some polls to get some more info. Where should we post them?

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If you want to do polls on here, then this forum is as good a choice as several others, better than most.

You might want to contact the admin to inquire about "advertising". There are some rules.

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