Not moved a single goalpost and you***8217;ve failed to refute any of the points I***8217;ve made you just bang on about value for money.
Ok, Lets look at this value for money v's development costing argument.Not moved a single goalpost and you've failed to refute any of the points I've made you just bang on about value for money.
I cannot speak for everyone else here but for me I'd go with option one. Its not because I'm being pedantic for the sake of this topic but more because I actually like to use my car on a daily basis as my everyday preferred choice of transport.three cars all R33 GTR's all mechanically sound, all with decent paint & interior, same age and similar mileage.
1st one is a vspec with a copy 400r bodykit - but fettled so the fit is right.
2nd one is a vpec with a genuine Nismo 400r bodykit
3rd one is a genuine 400r.
Which one do you think would be the more desirable one for most buyers to own?
Just FYI (as I have a copy of the original German documents to back this figure up), Irmscher wanted to sell 1200 of their full car bodykits throughout the late 80's and early 90's and beyond but actual sales figures show less than 200 being purchased with 104 of these being the 4.0i 24v engined variant.I can't say why the nismo stuff is much more expensive than a bmw kit but if I had to guess I'd say it was down to numbers expected to be sold, the bmw market being so much bigger than the Nissan one, and perhaps why they are now slapping the nismo badge on all areas of the Nissan range
Thought I'd get this last post in before its locked!And due to the change of direction, could the powers that be close this thread please.
Its a very common issue when you look deeper Simonh. GM boffins and sales experts predicted they'd easily sell 1850 Lotus Carlton's/Lotus Omega's when they went on sale in 1990. By 1993 this total was lowered to only 1100 units bandied about in large numbers of the motoring press.Much smaller numbers than I would have guessed!
As a matter of fact, Yes it is with logo's in the resin too...BUT I have found what you may call shall we say some discrepancy with the tolerances of the overall product. Its a quality bodykit no question but far from perfect.One question though, is your do luck kit a genuine one?
Sounds like Marcus and Walter???And finally, on another note, I've actually had a really interesting day today, left home around 6:00am this morning, clocked up a few hundred miles and just over 6 hours driving, met a couple of really interesting and very knowledgeable guys with more than a passing interest in R32 GTR's, who had a stunning self built track car with a 1000hp self built engine and neither of them, either build or tune cars for a living, I also picked up some bits I bought a while back, bought some more bits, and pinched a couple of more subtle ideas that can be used on Project B.
Doing it now. Had an early night last night, that's why I didn't notice this sooner.And due to the change of direction, could the powers that be close this thread please.