Skyline restoration

Re: Skyline restoration

Postby Steelej » Fri Aug 08, 2014 10:13 pm

Love threads like this, maybe we need a resto section?

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Re: Skyline restoration

Postby KB_S1 » Fri Aug 15, 2014 10:46 am

How did I miss this until now?

Looks great, but scary too. I had always thought R33s would be pretty solid underneath.
Are you bringing this along on Sunday to Breakfast Meet?
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Re: Skyline restoration

Postby tonytifoso » Fri Aug 15, 2014 7:07 pm

Steelej wrote:Love threads like this, maybe we need a resto section?

John.


Wot he said :!:

Missed getting a run in a R32 years ago when my pal's daughter's boyfriend had one. The night I was due a shot some inconsiderate pr!ck smashed into her car so we spent the night in hospital with her (The only upside to this if your name is Don Paul, is her car was a Micra that got written off).
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Re: Skyline restoration

Postby JTJUDGE » Mon Aug 25, 2014 7:31 pm

thanks for the replys. As with most projects like these, progress is slow, especially when the gearbox lets go due to massive torque overload so currently the car gets used only sparingly. Just put a deposit on a house so there will be little being done to the car until next year now and sorry to say, but no outings until then either.
Next update will be with a new gearbox and finished interior :)
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