Absolutely stunning build, but your not going to do the same thing you did a couple of years are you ..... Spend a shit load of cash then get bored and want to sell it. :chuckle: still a awesome machine
No Worries, you seem to have everything under control
Original yellow? l'd like to see the packaging, would have thought, if you cant get them from Rays.jp, you cant get then anywhere so you'd have to get them made.
I have the originals in red, Rays vinyl stickers are pretty poor compared to the quality you could have them made out of, especially if you plan on doing a few track days with amount of heat generated. Suppose it depends on how hard you drive.
I remade the stickers for my TE's as they were somewhat annoying to get from Rays (Mackin out of California) and I hated the color options offered.
Friend with a sticker machine made me some to match the rest of my decals.
We have an account directly with Mackin and we've purchased a few sticker sets for customers that have refinished their Volks. If I can be of any help let me know.
One customer bought the neon yellow stickers and when I saw the car a few months later the color had faded terribly. Making them yourself could end up being a much better solution as the "real" ones were not too impressive.
Hi all, this is my first attempt at a thread and don't really know what I'm doing, so please excuse my mistakes until I get in to my stride, then feel free to rip me a new one if that's what's needed.
Where to start??
Well as you can probably tell from the title I have an '89 gun metal grey...
I will write down short story of my Christmas present what I went to pick up from Ireland. I have been reading this forum for years but never owned Skyline before. In the beginning of this year one really interesting example came up for sale but for some reason, nobody bought it...
I think its been about 10 years since i have been the owner of an R32 GT-R.
(original link here http://www.gtr.co.uk/forum/46706-well-heres-my-newera-skyline-gtr.html#post397852)
*(hence the user name, as i joined here before my links with Newera Japan)
my first, i loved and cherished (newera...
My suffering in the rebuilding R33 gtr :tard:
About 3 years ago I bought my first R33 gtr here in Belgium.
The car was pretty good but there were some clutch problems little rust etc .
So I planned a full rebuild .