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Old 25th August 2017, 10:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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AA performance white 09 gtr r35

Hi Guys im after some help and advice, im about to sell my evo x and get a gtr R35, ive been on the MLR forum and GT4oc before that with my past cars now moving over to you guys .

Ive looked at a few on the web and came a cross a low mileage 09 plate white R35 at AA Performance.

Ive read somewhere that these guys don"t have a very good reputation and there is some info on here about the white 09 gtr they are selling but cannot find it.

Does anyone have any info on it.

Also where is a good dealer for a second hand gtr , i;ll have have to part finance the car so can't buy private..

Hope you guys can help
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Old 25th August 2017, 10:34 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You can still buy a car privately on finance you just have to make sure the car meets a certain criteria depending on who you are financing from.

AA seem to have a lot of cars. Not heard anything bad about them myself but generally speaking car dealers in that region tend to have a bad reputation, how much of that is true bests me as I haven't experienced anything myself. Go check the car out and make your own decision?

If you find a car private, you can get a loan which may be cheaper than buying on finance as low interest on a loan. Coincidently my Stage 4 GTR is for sale too.. Shameless I know lol
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I bought my car from Aky at AA performance and I don't have a bad word to say about him the purchase went fine. I see he does stock quite a few GT-R's as there was another two in the showroom when I arrived.

I wanted the car checked over before I bought it so he drove the car to middlehurst for an inspection which I paid a little extra for but it was a good piece of mind when spending that much money on a car. Middlehurst gave it a clean bill of health and I was on my way.

Only thing to note was he told me the tires were half worn which they weren't I was lucky to get a 1k miles out them so check that along with the brakes.
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Cheers for the reply guys. i think a middlehurst bill of health is a good option. i was just worried about the mileage was correct .

Ill keep my options open on how to buy and see whats available .
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Old 26th August 2017, 08:36 AM   #5 (permalink)
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I got mine from Aky too.
Nice bloke, will scrutinise your car and documentation to death but other than that I'd buy off him again.
His stock isn't that big, if you look closely the majority are sold.
He leaves them up for roughly 4-6 weeks after they are sold.
Just have a good look as I noticed my car was not the cars in the photos.
Saying that he did have 3 white gtr's for sale at the time.
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Old 26th August 2017, 09:44 AM   #6 (permalink)
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There was someone who went to see it recently, they had a thread up on here and from memory I think they said something about the clocks and the mileage. It's been up for a long time anyway
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Old 26th August 2017, 09:56 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Welcome to the site, I came from an EVO X FQ360 to my GTR aswell.

As everyone else has said it would be cheaper for a bank loan than car finance in most cases.

Take your time when looking for the car and when looking at them if something doesn't seem quite right then its best to walk away, there will be plenty of others for sale and with the cost of them you want to buy the right one.
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Here you go: https://www.gtr.co.uk/forum/528673-buying-gtr-r35.html
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this is the post i was told about off a friend, Big Thanks Cro.

I do all my own work any way and if it didn't have full service history stamped by a nissan dealer , id have walked away. Just love to do as much home work as possible before buying.

Huge thanks to everyone.
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this is the post i was told about off a friend, Big Thanks Cro.

I do all my own work any way and if it didn't have full service history stamped by a nissan dealer , id have walked away. Just love to do as much home work as possible before buying.

Huge thanks to everyone.
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Don't worry about non-nissan dealer service history. Better off with specialist stamped service history. Litchfield and Co know these cars better than most Nissan dealers who are more experienced in Micras and Qashqais!
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