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Nissan will start making parts for its iconic classics

By Faiming_low on 29 Apr 2017 in New technology, Modifications

Attached Image For the lucky few in Singapore who own a R32 Skyline GT-R, Nissan will start making parts for your car again. The Japanese marque has announced that it will start producing a number of parts for a few of its most iconic models.

According to Drive Tribe, Nissan will be setting a Heritage Parts Program through its Nismo division and will cater to what the owners might need. They did not specify which exact parts will be developed first but they did mention that its R32 Skyline GT-R is the first model on its agenda and in the future, other newer Nissan Skyline GT-R owners can expect parts for their cars to go on sale too.


Sales of the new parts are expected to start at the end of the year.

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Faiming_low
Written by Faiming_low
Since young, Fai Ming has always centered his life around cars. In fact his first word was 'car' and not 'mum' or 'dad'. Aren't kids cute?



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ER-3682 May 01 2017 05:18 PM

Most R32 either Scrapped or Exported due to our Stupid COE system.

Xanavi May 01 2017 07:38 PM
Yeah! Dream of a R34 is becoming more practical.
Ali222222 Jun 05 2017 12:22 AM

Wonderful car just loved it

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