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Author Topic: Skyline GT-R Prices  (Read 2211 times)

Felix_Wankel

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Skyline GT-R Prices
« on: March 19, 2006, 03:22:07 PM »
Hello, my name is Jason and this is my very first post. I recently joined the United States Air Force and will be stationed in Japan here shortly. Now judging by my alias, you probably figured out I'm an RX-7 enthusiast and just happen to own a 1984 GSL-SE. I want an FD but if I have a chance to get a Skyline, then I'm gonna take it. The only issue is money. I'm willing to spend 13k tops for a Skyline GT-R. Now I'm sure this puts the R34 out of my range but how about like a 1995 R33? I'm not familiar with the Japanese market at all. All I know about are the cars themselves, not the pricing. Does anyone have any information on the avg cost of a mid-90's GT-R or know any good autotrader-type sites of Japan? Any and all help would be greatly appreciated.

A1C Schneider

sakijo

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Skyline GT-R Prices
« Reply #1 on: March 23, 2006, 11:36:26 AM »
Check out Car Sensor http://www.carsensor.net/cgi-bin/CS/CSTOP.cgi?STID=CS0GNAVI&TRCD=TR001 or Goo http://autos.goo.ne.jp/ or Yahoo Japan http://www.yahoo.co.jp/  Of course all in Japanese, but web translators can help.  A R-32 GT-R is advertised in Goo for just under $10,000; and a R-33 is advertised for $17,000.

BigSkeeza

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Skyline GT-R Prices
« Reply #2 on: April 02, 2006, 02:16:15 AM »
If you come to Okinawa I am going to tell you first hand that people are always going to tell you a car is only worth $2000-$3000 bucks and they can have it looking superb. That is how people mold them out here. I have over $10,000 in my R33 (check my R33 post in the newbies section). And to make it true you will never ever see your money back that you put in it until you part it out because people get here and want you to basically give them the parts. And also a heads up on FD's. My buddy had one and guess what they have overheat and blown seal problems and everyone is getting rid of theirs. So if you know how to work on the rotary's then this is Rotary heaven. [/size]