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Wtb R32 Gtst, 180sx & S12 Gazelle Various Parts


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Wanted to Buy:

R32 GTST '92:

*passenger side and centre air vent (doesn't everybody want one of these :))

*drivers side window rain lip for r32 gtst

*Aftermarket Rear Sway/Stabiliser bar

*Rear Tower Brace

*Indicators with undamaged clips

180SX '89 (CA18DET)

*gearbox/stereo/aircon plastic centre surround

*rear seatbelt spool covers

S12 Gazelle '84 Coupe (CA20E)

*drivers seat (unripped)

*door trims both sides

Also willing to switch any above parts (to same value) with a bunch of other stuff.. depending on what we have at hand :D

Some of the above are *really* annoying bits n pieces to chase up.. any help appreciated!

Please PM myself or kaz180 or email pics/prices to sau at hellrazor dot org :D

Cheers

Kaz & Michael

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