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View Poll Results: Which one would you choose ?
R32 GTR 850 53.43%
R33 GTR 741 46.57%
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Old 13th July 2007, 07:40 PM   #181 (permalink)
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I won't swear to them but the figures are what I recall from the Prospec site. R33 GT-R were 6,900 ish I think. That figure includes all models including 400R, Le Mans, N1 etc. Vspec figure I can't remember, but it was low. Less than 2,000 I think.

I am surprised how close the pole is though. I thought the 32s would run away with it.
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Old 15th July 2007, 10:38 AM   #182 (permalink)
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33s are a bit too common...every jo seems to have one


But according to the poll noone likes them as much as the other Gtrs
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Old 6th September 2007, 10:40 PM   #183 (permalink)
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well - I've driven all 3 models - and whilst the 34 is the best all round, it's too expensive for me at the mo. When I decided to buy a GTR earlier this year, I was dead set on a 32 - as far as I was concerned, they were the dogs dangles... however!
I drove a 32, and whilst powerful n all, a bit of an old dog to drive (mind it wasn't the best example either- but you feel you're in an '80s car for sure) - drove a 33 and knew instantly that it was the better choice! Took a bit longer to love the shape, but I'm sure once it arrives here from Japan, it'll be true love 4eva XXXXX - *ahem* 'scuse me while I nip to the bathroom....
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Old 8th September 2007, 05:13 PM   #184 (permalink)
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personally, i had the choice of both, the 32 or 33 GTR. and opted for the 32. As i see it, it's the difference between owning a pit-bull or a puddle, but hay-ho each to their own....
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Old 10th September 2007, 10:36 PM   #185 (permalink)
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out of all of the cars i have to say that i prefer the r34,but due to the massive cost difference i was going to opt for the r33, but due to me not being very patient i jumped the gun a little and went for the r32 but now i realise that in alot of ways the r32 is more like the r34 than the r33 plus its lighter dont need a cat and theres a lot more spares out there. as far as i am concerned all three generations of car are the bollocks but if you want car for your money then buy a 32 coz for 15k you can get a really hot one, where you only get a mildly tuned 33, but each to there own.
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Old 11th September 2007, 08:28 PM   #186 (permalink)
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I dont really like the R32 for some reason, see quite a few around and it just dont apeal to me at all. it will take a hell of a lot of external modification to make them look up to date.

look out of date and boring for today


but then there is one of best looking r32 today. The way it look is so much more up to date.
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I chose the R33 because (a) most models will be younger and hopefully more likely to get one in better shape, and (b) I think the arse end looks better than the R32. So as a skyline rookie, I didn't choose based on mechanics - purely looks and wear and tear.

To me the arse end of the skyline is it's trade mark, and the R32 has skinny little lights that look dated imo. The 34 does it best, but the 33 still looks great and was all I could afford.
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Old 5th October 2007, 09:29 PM   #188 (permalink)
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To me i like them all and i've had one of each, R34 GTT, R33 GTR, R32 GTR
but ive gone backwards in year and now own what i consider the best in my mind, an R32 GTR it just says race pedigree to me which i think the 34 has to a certain extent but the R33 never feels like it has it feels a bit more like it was designed with looks in mind rather than function and it kinda shows as it looks like a product of that design ethos.
But like i said they're all fantastic cars and i would'nt want any other kind of car than any of the GTR's.
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I would have a R33, I think it looks a bit better. But the R32 is legendary.
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Old 17th October 2007, 04:25 PM   #192 (permalink)
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I dont really like the R32 for some reason, see quite a few around and it just dont apeal to me at all. it will take a hell of a lot of external modification to make them look up to date.

look out of date and boring for today


but then there is one of best looking r32 today. The way it look is so much more up to date.
Actually I really like the grey one here

But the red one goes blimmin quick!
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Has to be 32, its more of a race car than the 33 and thats whats important to me.
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Is that so? Thought it was the R34.
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I think the R32 is the only one that successfully won everything it entered on its introduction. Could be wrong.
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Yeah, the R32 was the launch/beginning for a new generation of Skylines. Compared to other cars from that time, I would say the R32 was and still is legendary.
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Is that so? Thought it was the R34.
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