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Nissan Skyline GT-R32 Time Attack

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Hello! I just made an account here , so I thought I would post some pics of my older model cars. I made this one in July 2012. I got the idea to build this when I was building my R33 GTR-LM (based on Tamiya Skyline Le Mans car), and the chassis and the interior were not used in it. So I planted them into a Tamiya Skyline R32 and an engine as well. The engine is an RB26DETT with a single turbo. Here are some pictures of it:

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I made a bodykit to the car myself and added some decals which I bought from HLJ. Bonnet, roof and trunk are "carbon fiber" made by Scale Motorsport. The wheels are also from the Le Mans car. Here are some pictures of the completed model:

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I hope you like it :)

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Looking good!!! Always been curious abot making bodykit. Love the color too. Great build!!

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Now THAT"S nice!

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Welcome.

Nice R32 man. Looks like a proper time attack ride.

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Thanks guys :)

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Very nice build. Nice work. Welcome....

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great work.

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very nice

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awesome build!!!!

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Awesome build Juho!! I love it!! I really love the paint scheme!! Thank you for sharing :D

Steve Cook

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Good to see this cool build, I'm about to start a r32 myself. Like the way you went with it

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