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R32 GTR 850 53.43%
R33 GTR 741 46.57%
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Old 24th December 2005, 10:40 AM   #21 (permalink)
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I've owned both. If you want a road car the R33 is much better. If you want it for the track, get a R32.
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Old 24th December 2005, 12:28 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Both great cars, but it's deffo the R33 GT-R for me. R32 looks way, way too dated imo......

Each to their own though

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Got to agree,i prefer the 33.
The interiors of the 32's are terribly dated too.
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Old 24th December 2005, 06:41 PM   #23 (permalink)
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the 33 must be better as it is a higher number

I love the 32's, ones that have the "race" look. But have to go with the 33, looks fantastic. Aggressive while still classy . . . not that I'm biased
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Old 24th December 2005, 11:21 PM   #24 (permalink)
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thought about the 33 GTR, when i was looking , the ones from Newera were a little out of my price range, settled for a 32 GTR in the end which i paid a higher than normal price for but, think it was well worth it
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Old 24th December 2005, 11:40 PM   #25 (permalink)
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get another grey r32 gtr to add to the other 5 billion.............lol
when i see a r32 on the road i dont give it a second look.........dont look special at all. think the r33 and r34 gtr's have a lot more road presence...
all in my own opinion of course

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Old 25th December 2005, 01:00 PM   #26 (permalink)
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R32 is lighter and better looking tbh...i always thought the R33 was the odd one out from the 32 and the 34
Agree totally, its like the child whos dad really is the milkman, everyone knows its not got the same dad as its two brothers, but nobody mentions it...

Had an ex like that, the middle sister out the three of em (she was the oldest, and the youngest one looked like her too) SOOOOOO didnt have the same dad as the other two, no way in hell

32s are far more common, not jus cause they cheaper, but cause they made fooooookin tons of em compared to 33s and 34s.

Love 34s and 32s, if money wasnt an object and i could only have one, itd be a 34, if i could have two id hve a stripped out 32 as well. But 33s do nothing for me at all.
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lol good way to put it..

if you look atthe R31, R32 and R34 they all have things in common... what was the designer thinking of when he designed the R33???
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Agree totally, its like the child whos dad really is the milkman, everyone knows its not got the same dad as its two brothers, but nobody mentions it...

Had an ex like that, the middle sister out the three of em (she was the oldest, and the youngest one looked like her too) SOOOOOO didnt have the same dad as the other two, no way in hell

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You knew them well enough to know?
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Old 25th December 2005, 02:14 PM   #29 (permalink)
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if you look atthe R31, R32 and R34 they all have things in common...
Yep, they are all boxey and naff looking.

It's what happens when cousins marry. The R33 was obviously from outside the gene pool of the immediate family.
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Yep, they are all boxey and naff looking.

It's what happens when cousins marry. The R33 was obviously from outside the gene pool of the immediate family.
u calling this naff looking??
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Nice looking car, but too boxey for my tastes. I would have a 34 if it wasn't for that, the unevenly sized rear lights and the halfords rear spoiler.
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Nice looking car, but too boxey for my tastes. I would have a 34 if it wasn't for that, the unevenly sized rear lights and the halfords rear spoiler.
some people have no taste ...only joking m8
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You're right, I have no taste. You should see some of the clothes I wear! lol
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Old 25th December 2005, 03:00 PM   #35 (permalink)
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when i see a 33 on the road, i think oh its another bongo looking GTS-T ..like the thousands that are being imported, because...

the majority of people dont want an older looking 32 gtr, and cant afford a 33 gtr, or a 34 gtr, so opt for the GTS-T 33 shape..

unless its a really nice looking GT-R i dont think the 33 shape stands out that well.


both the 32 and 33 gtrs are cracking cars, regardless of what all comments are on this thread,

should be proud to own a GT-R regardless of if its a 32 or 33,
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+1 on R32.

R32=confirmed group A killa.
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Only because the banned the Skyline before the 33 had "evolved" from the old 32
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Old 27th December 2005, 04:45 PM   #38 (permalink)
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As you can probably tell, you're never gonna get an unbiased opinion, so just go out, have a few test drives and see which one you prefer.

Although I was hugely disapointed when I went out in a '33 GTR with the same power as my '32 GTR!

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i would go for a r33 gtr v-spec , but thats cos i got one.
saying that i love the r32 and r34
but as evolution goes r35 has gone more curved, so now the r33 has a sister,
you can get a very very nice modded r32 for r33 money
and save your self a lot of time and money and heartache,

just go with your heart and wallet , you will not be disapointed.
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Given the choice I would take the 33.
If money wasnt a problem,then I may look at a 34-subject to a test drive!!!
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