LolNot sure where he lost £30k on it, said he paid £64k from VAD but he sold it on ebay for £55k and described it as "This car has been built with extreme skill, knowledge and serviced by people involved in Motorsport", not quite the same as he is saying now that he has sold the vehicle.
If you were buying a car for example from svm, they have a good reputation therefore you would assume they can build a car.If you bought it pre owned, you should inspect it first. second hand cars that are sold follow the unwritten rule of "As is, Were is". unless the dealer told you explicitly that they will offer warranty for it.
Base car – Nissan GT-R - 08/09 45,000 miles, 1 previous owner £39,000.00
COBB Tuned 680 BHP engine plus other sensible modifications - £5000.00
Full Carbon Fibre GT1 Wide Body consisting of Front Bumper, Front Spliter, Front Fenders, Side Skirts, Rear Fenders, Rear Bumper, Light Panel, Boot lid, Rear Diffuser. These panels are not available to the general public and are made of the same premium level light weight carbon as used on F1 or GT1 cars. Specially sourced from EU contacts. - £38,000.00
Uprated brakes, pads and discs - £3000.00
Vellano VF1 21 inch Forged Wheels with satin black centres and gloss black outer rims in size 21” 12x21 front and 13x21 rear
fitted with 345/25R21 front and rear Hancook Sport S1 – Only available from the USA. These wheels really finish off the cars aggressive stance and are the deepest dished wheels I’ve ever seen - £8000.00
Meister-R Coilover Fully Adjustable Suspension, lowering springs - £3000.00
Complete leather re-trim front, rear, dash, doors - £4000.00
Alcantara internal roof lining and sun visors - £5000.00
Total cost of building this car including man hours - £140,000.00