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Dont know if they've been posted before but I was just surfing the net and found these pics...

R32 with R34 Front

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R33 with R34 Front

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180SX with R32 Front

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and my favourite

180Z

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would like to know where and how much these kits/custom jobs are? friends over in Brisbane might be interested

Cheers

Rob

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Omg that 180sx with a R32 front end looks shockingly ugly
Ok... so are you gonna tell him how much the kits cost now? :)
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C110GTR: That R33 with R34 face is from Uras and just the front fenders alone cost 41,000 yen (almost A$500)... factor in R34 headlights/bonnet/Uras R34 front bumper, and you're looking at another A$1,500 (A$2,000 total) *without paint*... bear in mind these are just guesstimate prices (new parts) and would depend largely on how many used parts you can find.

Similar prices for the Fairlady Z, but I think the 180SX/R32 conversion would be cheapest. I think a guy in AU has already done the 180SX/R32.

**Edit: the guy in AU did a S13 Silvia/R32

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