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One of the 80 UK cars with Middlehurst service history up to August 05, the locally at a skyline specialist. Recent service with new lamba's and coil pack so the car now runs spot on. The leathers just been cleaned and treated and now looks superb. I'm moving in 2 weeks to a place with no garage and limited parking so it really needs to go. Took loads of pictures today but not sure how to post them on here.

Car is priced to sell with offers around £28,000. I do need to sell and will consider all offers but I'm not going to give it away.

Ring me on 07785 960533 or email to [email protected] and I'll send through the pics.

PS. Runner up to best 34 at Donnington a few weeks ago.:D
 

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Thanks Pierre, I'll send them across.

Had another look around yours at the pod, It is very nice. Not sure if I saw you there, I'm crap at remembering faces. Any luck with your sale?

John
 

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Middlehurst 400HP upgrade a couple of months after it came out of the factory. This included: cams, HSK induction kit, stainless downpipes and exhaust, remapped ecu. 75,000 on the clock and no signs of engine wear,(I guess its had an easy life). Runs well with no smoke and good oil presure.
 

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The first clutch lasted till 55,000 (must have been driven easy) and I replaced it with an uprated Nismo clutch at 73,000.
 

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The first clutch lasted till 55,000 (must have been driven easy) and I replaced it with an uprated Nismo clutch at 73,000.
So what clutch did it have in between then?:confused:
 

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Good question....................not sure of the answer. The first was standard nissan and the third uprated nismo. The second was...er...crap?.....don't know. Anyone know how long clutches last on 34gtr's? I've heard some say that 20k is about wright for an averagely driven car. So I'm guessing that 55k on a standard clutch would mean it was driven very carfully.
 

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The car sounds like its in a mild state of tune, so standard clutch should have lasted to present mileage if its been driven easily, just my 2p
 

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Does it really matter as long as the current clutch is fine? :confused:
No it doesnt. Was just pointing out a missing piece of info in a friendly sort of way. Thanks for picking me up on it though.:rolleyes:
 

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Yeah...........can't figure it out.

I've put them in a sub folder on my website and created a link to them but as you see it doesn't work. Any ideas?
 

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Whats the actual difference between UK skyline and import? I would imagine that insurance companies and etc would prefer this yeah?
 

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If I'm not mistaken: upgraded MFD, 300 km/h clocks, leather interior, modified front bumper (air ducts for oilcooler), oilcooler, cooler for diffs and gearbox... Don't know if I missed anything?
 

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Yeah, 75,000 miles.

Plus carbon rear difuser - or do all the vspecs have this? and the knowledge of a UK service history with english books. Not sure if the insurance companies treat UK cars better or not. My insuance is around £850.
 
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