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Hi everyone!

I'm thinking about selling my R33 GTR after 6 years of ownership. Just wondering what's the best why to go about it? Do I stick it on eBay and hope I don't get messed about too much or sell to a trader for less hassle? Or somehow try and sell to somebody in the US!

Any suggestion's would be very helpful! Thanks.

Chris
 

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Hey Chris, 6 great years I hope? Drop me a watsap on 07731394953 and let's see if I can help.
 

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Hi everyone!

I'm thinking about selling my R33 GTR after 6 years of ownership. Just wondering what's the best why to go about it? Do I stick it on eBay and hope I don't get messed about too much or sell to a trader for less hassle? Or somehow try and sell to somebody in the US!

Any suggestion's would be very helpful! Thanks.

Chris
The answer is DON'T SELL IT !!!
 
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I sold mine and never looked back. They can be a burden
Once you get in tuning them it's a money pit yes. Mine was only mapped to 400ish hp. Everything else was stock. Still had to replace the clutch and intake gasket after a while.
 

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I guess it all depends on what you want out of these Skylines! A few years of fun, then onto the next adventure. Or keep it as investment, a piece of history, or just cause you love the brand. I'm the " keep it for history/ investment " guy , ( plus my 13 year old grandson would kill me ) . And the fun aspect, now that I will have the " UnHoly Trinity " in a month or two. Just bought a R32, and a R34 from private owner in Japan. Now that I'm 65 , 🧐 and can enjoy the fruits of my lifetime of work, plus I always have love " Godzilla's " . And mayhaps pass it down to the upcoming generation who can appreciate the Skylines for what they are , not what they are worth !
 
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