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Drives: 89 R32 GTS-T

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#1 - 01-15-2014, 1:11 PM.



Didn't see an introduction section so I though I would start here.

been a long time Nissan Freak, owned 3 S13s (1 CA swapped hatch, 2 coupes), 1 G35, and now am waiting on my 89 R32 GTS-T to be imported from Japan (July build date). If you have been around a while you may know me, but excited to see how this goes.

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Nico
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g35driver
240sxforum
zilvia
skylineownersusa
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(probably 6-7 more that I have forgotten)

alright, so onto the pictures......

92 hatch 5spd(Owned for a ~3 years)

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03 G35 (owned for ~4 years)

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92 ranger 5spd (still have owned about 2 years)

how it looked (dec 22 2012)

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(what my husband and father did to it 2 days later)

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93 gold coupe 5spd(owned for ~2 weeks)

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93 Red Coupe 5spd(owned for ~9 months)

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89 R32 GTS-T 5spd(got a wait till july to have... Rivsu Imports is importing it for me)

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paint will be done before it ships. Once it gets here there are definitely some stuff that needs to be cleaned up. In the mean time I will continue to stock pile parts as I try my best to be patient.

Already stock up a bunch of parts and importing more when the budget allows.

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#2 - 01-15-2014, 1:20 PM.



Hmm, I suppose I could make an Introduction section.

Really excited for that R32 to arrive! Thats quite a history you have, its pretty clear you eat, sleep, and drink NISSAN.
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#3 - 01-17-2014, 10:59 AM.



Welcome :)

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#4 - 01-22-2014, 11:32 PM.



Ha, Welcome, i remember the name from Nico, then i saw it again on Zilvia wasen't 100% sure if it was the same person. Very cool.

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#5 - 01-24-2014, 1:00 PM.



Originally posted by KiLLeR2001 »
Hmm, I suppose I could make an Introduction section.

Really excited for that R32 to arrive! Thats quite a history you have, its pretty clear you eat, sleep, and drink NISSAN.


I bet you are.

You would think I eat, sleep, drink Nissan.... We just don't get any Holden, Seat, Peugeot, ect cars state side. Got to live with what I can get. It is a real struggle, but I get by ;)

My husband is a pretty big Mazda freak, and I have indulged in that culture a bit because of it, but it really doesn't do anything for me like Nissan. They build some nice stock cars, but unless it is a Miata or powered by witch craft the power is going to the wrong wheels. That and some of the people in that community can be real PITA too...

Originally posted by Flicktitty »
Ha, Welcome, i remember the name from Nico, then i saw it again on Zilvia wasen't 100% sure if it was the same person. Very cool.


yeah, it is me. I disappeared from Nico after I got the G, and then got back on to Zilvia a few years ago looking for another S13.


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#6 - 02-09-2014, 10:13 PM.



What was the plan with the ford ranger haha, looks like a safari truck ;) congrats on the r32!!!!!

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#7 - 02-18-2014, 9:41 AM.



Originally posted by Blockedwizard »
What was the plan with the ford ranger haha, looks like a safari truck ;) congrats on the r32!!!!!


The ranger we picked up for $600, have about $300 in paint, lights, wheels &tires, and metal work my dad and husband did to it for Xmas last year. We are going to replace the engine, either with a SVO that we rebuild, or a 302. We keep going back and forth with which way to go, but I really like the idea of the turbo Lima and think the rear end will respond better to it and won't require a new transmission or harness.

though, having the 302 would allow for the skyline being towed around a lot easier.... Like I said, we haven't decided.

at this point it almost makes more sense to buy an old thunder bird or Super coupe and rebuild that engine and dump it in and use the T-bird rear end.

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