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View Poll Results: Which one would you choose ?
R32 GTR 802 53.75%
R33 GTR 690 46.25%
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Old 4th January 2006, 03:58 AM   #61 (permalink)
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i have just made this decision,
The r32 won because i like the agressive looks and the more noticable wider arches, i think the r33 is more of a girls skyline with it's smooth round shape,
It's not some of your lads fault you like the 33 more it is just your feminine (sp) side showing through.LOL
R32/34= a mans car
R33= one to keep the missus happy but you got a skyline anyway
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Old 4th January 2006, 06:50 AM   #62 (permalink)
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R33= one to keep the missus happy but you got a skyline anyway
Damm, you have a pont. The 3 lady Skyline owners I know all have 33's . . . but it's still better. Anyway my dad is bigger than yours
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Old 4th January 2006, 07:28 AM   #63 (permalink)
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maybe the 33 is better because its newer, even though the interior of the 33 is pretty bland the interior of the 32 is out of the ark
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Old 9th January 2006, 02:21 PM   #64 (permalink)
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I must admit, i do prefer the look of the R33, as people have said, the R32 looks dated now. I'm not worried about tracking dragging it. I want a fast, quick, powerful car i can use when ever i like. I think i will be choosing the R33 GTR... Sorry R32 peeps
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Old 9th January 2006, 03:06 PM   #65 (permalink)
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Can't help feeling you're missing the point. Any GTR in good condition is a superb car. You'll never get an unbiased answer regrding looks or performance without giving a much more defined set of buying criteria first.

Just for your information. I can't justify spending the money on an R34, have had an R33 GTs-T and now own an R32 GTR. Loved them both in very different ways.
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Old 10th January 2006, 12:23 AM   #66 (permalink)
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I dont think i would be able to chose out the two. my first skyline was a 1996 gtst. if it was for me i wouldnt have bought it, but instead i would have bought a R32 GTR. But saying that im glad i had the experince of owning it and gave me a insight into skyline ownership.

I wasnt a big fan of the R32 untill i drove one and i must say i was very impressed on how it drove! since then the R32 its grown on me and i would most definatley consider it. Also i found with the interior compared to other cars of similar age, still doesnt look to bad.

If i had the money, i would buy all three!! but that isnt going to happen so the plan is to buy all three one at a time, problem is i dont know what to get next a R32 or R33!!(lol)
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Old 10th January 2006, 07:44 AM   #67 (permalink)
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This is the kind of R33 i'm after.... http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Nissan-Skyline...QQcmdZViewItem
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Old 10th January 2006, 10:46 AM   #68 (permalink)
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Hi mate

I wouldn't bother with either they are big heavy buses and cost a hell of alot of money to make them fast

get youself and nice 3dr/Rs500 cossie, proper cars for their time

cheers Marco
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Old 10th January 2006, 11:54 AM   #69 (permalink)
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that is why the r32 whooped it then and got banned from the group cause the others couldn't keep up..

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Old 11th January 2006, 11:43 AM   #70 (permalink)
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1990 JTCC, The calsonic and the reebok R32's destroyed the field of RS500's..
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Old 13th January 2006, 09:56 PM   #71 (permalink)
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LOL ..........i remember the R31 shoe box tryed to take it's crown and failed miserably it lasted 1/2 season so then Nismo pulled out and it was back to the drawing board .....lol...

it then took them 2.5 yrs to bring the R32 to take it's crown which it did but the Rs500 had won everything by then and was getting very boaring

and the reason why the R32 did it was because it had 4wd/4wd steer 2.6 turbo engine and Ford Rs500 was still on 9" wheels , but when Ford was allowed to extend the front and rear arches to (thunder -saolon wide bodyed) it was more of a match for godzuki

If Rs500 are shite what i can't understand is why are they still fetching 15k+ for an old E-reg 87 car

how much is a rd going R31 worth e/f reg ??

I heard rurmour that nissan when bust because of R32 skyline the amount of money they invested in the car and couldn't make profit i don't know how true it is but i would love to know why they went bust

I do think they are good cars tho and belive it or not a have driven R33 and i have driven Cams red R34 tunned by Rod Bell and i couldn't belive how good they drive even modded my cossie is a tractor compaired to that car

They are fantastic so refined it's unbeliveable if money was no object i would have a R34 sitting on my drive tomorrow

anyway come on ive got my sword ready for you lot .....psml

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Old 13th January 2006, 10:29 PM   #72 (permalink)
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here is some results from Japanesse touring car never mind british or world touring car

Godzilla never had it's own way heres the proof ......lol...

1988....

http://ms.bridgestone.co.jp/database...e13_en?rid=710

http://ms.bridgestone.co.jp/database...e13_en?rid=711

http://ms.bridgestone.co.jp/database...e13_en?rid=712

http://ms.bridgestone.co.jp/database...e13_en?rid=713

http://ms.bridgestone.co.jp/database...e13_en?rid=714

http://ms.bridgestone.co.jp/database...e13_en?rid=715


1989...

http://ms.bridgestone.co.jp/database...e13_en?rid=691

http://ms.bridgestone.co.jp/database...e13_en?rid=692

http://ms.bridgestone.co.jp/database...e13_en?rid=693

http://ms.bridgestone.co.jp/database...e13_en?rid=695

http://ms.bridgestone.co.jp/database...e13_en?rid=698

http://ms.bridgestone.co.jp/database...e13_en?rid=709

1990

Nissan R32 won every race

1991

Nissain R32 won every race

1992

Nissan R32 won every race

godzilla is unstopable ..lol..

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Old 13th January 2006, 11:59 PM   #73 (permalink)
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I do think they are good cars tho and belive it or not a have driven R33 and i have driven Cams red R34 tunned by Rod Bell and i couldn't belive how good they drive even modded my cossie is a tractor compaired to that car

They are fantastic so refined it's unbeliveable if money was no object i would have a R34 sitting on my drive tomorrow

anyway come on ive got my sword ready for you lot .....psml

Marco
Hi Marco
A fairer comparison would be between an RS500 and an R32GTR VSpec II tbh.
I'll have a bob down to see you soon as when you drove mine it was running way less than a bar of boost but now its got some proper boost its made a bit [lol] of a difference.
Your 3dr [Blue Thunder] is one of my personal favourite Cosworths as its been well developed and gets to earn its corn on road and track.
I wouldn't have another 4x4 Cosworth but I am still fond of 3drs and RS500s in particular. A clean unmolested RS500 will be worth a fortune in 20yrs time but so will the limited edition GTRs the factory produced.
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Old 14th January 2006, 12:37 AM   #74 (permalink)
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Funny how insecure the 32 owners are as they are trying so hard to fight their (lost) cause
Oh grow up FFS.

Look at this thread and how many lil posts youve put up on it, none with any actual reasoning barring personal preference.

And then you have the cheek of saying other people are insecure.

Its like your six years old, who gives a ****.
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I think nearly all the posts are personal preference, the three cars all look so different for a start its hard not to fall back on that, personally Id have a nice clean 32VII for an investment and because they look nice, are light and so on, a 33 so I can fit my family in the back and get it up to around 550ish for fun and a 34 because I like the look of them the most, so I cant really choose between them - fact is I cant afford to have any of them right now. Just so that I am qualified to have an opinion I am not a schoolboy and I have owned two 33's (one 400bhp and one around 600bhp)
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