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That is an awesome CS. Is that the car with a 2.5L m10? I remember that car being sold on BAT.

Looks great.

Here is 1600 NK that looks fabulos... the price seems low for a low mieage and pristine NK, but then again the 2000nks get more money...as well. Crazy rear view mirror setup...really cool



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Custom steels, too wide for TISA. Looks like my mates wheels.

Great looking NK except for the stickery stuff.

(BTW - norms old coupe seems to been FS ever since it arrived on this side of the pond. I think for the money it needs a lot of detailing, esp the interior, but nothing ever seems to change)


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For those with some deep pockets, here is a very cool 2000Tii with Alpina goodies... Are those widened steelies or TiSA wheels with hub caps???


Just wondering about this picture. Looks like the sunroof is tilted up at the rear. Was this standard on NK cars or something optional/modified?


Jim Gerock

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