My 1986 N12 Pulsar

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My 1986 N12 Pulsar

Post by burkey567 » Sat May 15, 2010 9:04 pm

Hey guys,

Name: James

Location: St Albans, Melbourne

Year/ Model: 1986

Colour: Green

Period of ownership: Since 27th of April 2010

Performance: Stock

Engine Mods: Stock

Interior Mods: Stock

Exterior Mods: Stock

Wheels: Stock

Other: its Non-Turbo

Future Plans: Keep it all stock.

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Currently owned:
1986 Nissan Pulsar GL

No longer owned:
1983 Toyota Corolla KE70

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Computer Repair Melbourne
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Post by tassuperkart » Sun May 16, 2010 10:15 am

Dude, thats stock allright!
Clean and unmolested car.
Welcome aboard.

One thing has be buggered is its a GL but has the twin headlights??? I always thought the GL's had the single lights.....

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Post by EXAMADNESS » Sun May 16, 2010 10:22 am

tassuperkart wrote: Clean and unmolested car
Agree, very nice :wink:

Welcome.

Automatic :? i didn't know there was Auto e15s's
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Post by burkey567 » Sun May 16, 2010 10:36 am

Thanks guys
One thing has be buggered is its a GL but has the twin headlights??? I always thought the GL's had the single lights.....
Yeah the GL's have the twin headlights, the GX's have the single ones according to the Gregorys car manual.
Automatic Confused i didn't know there was Auto e15s's
I didnt even know it was an E15.
Currently owned:
1986 Nissan Pulsar GL

No longer owned:
1983 Toyota Corolla KE70

The funding for the restorations:

My Home Business:
Computer Repair Melbourne
Computer Sales Melbourne

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Post by burkey567 » Sun May 16, 2010 10:48 am

Oh BTW, I am installing Central Locking, but when it comes time to sell I will take it out so its fully stock.
Currently owned:
1986 Nissan Pulsar GL

No longer owned:
1983 Toyota Corolla KE70

The funding for the restorations:

My Home Business:
Computer Repair Melbourne
Computer Sales Melbourne

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Post by tassuperkart » Sun May 16, 2010 10:51 am

Ummm well nah M8, the GX's have the twin front lights. The GX is the "upmarket" ('spose you could say "Ghia") version.

The GL's are the poverty pack base model hence no tacho or that funky little lower center console thingy. Is why I was surprised it had twin lights. Perhaps someone added them at some stage during a repair. Mebbe there was an option??????? Dunno, who cares. Its a tidy N12.

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Lol. NO E15s in Oz M8. Carb versions just known as plain E13 or E15.
Yep, there are a few auto N12's around. Evidently, they are not highly thought of strengthwise.

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Post by burkey567 » Sun May 16, 2010 10:54 am

tassuperkart wrote:Ummm well nah M8, the GX'x have the twin front lights. The GX is the upmarket version.

The GL's are the poverty pack base model hence no tacho. Is why I was surprised it had twin lights. Perhaps someone added them at some stage during a repair.

EXAMADNESS.
Lol. NO E15s in Oz M8. carb versions just known as plain E13 or E15.
Yep, there are a few auto N12's around. Evidently, they are not highly thought of strengthwise.

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Hmm, interesting they look quite original, cause I saw another car like mine and it had the exact same front.
Currently owned:
1986 Nissan Pulsar GL

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1983 Toyota Corolla KE70

The funding for the restorations:

My Home Business:
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Post by tassuperkart » Sun May 16, 2010 10:57 am

Thats it m8, they will look same at a glance.
Only diff outwardly apart from the front lights is the GL badge on the back. The GX badge looks very similar at a glance.
Frontend bits are a straight swap.
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Post by burkey567 » Sun May 16, 2010 10:58 am

tassuperkart wrote:Thats it m8, they will look same at a glance.
Only diff outwardly apart from the front lights is the GL badge on the back. The GX badge looks very similar at a glance.
Frontend bits are a straight swap.
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hmm, ok then. Cool my car is modified. LOL
Currently owned:
1986 Nissan Pulsar GL

No longer owned:
1983 Toyota Corolla KE70

The funding for the restorations:

My Home Business:
Computer Repair Melbourne
Computer Sales Melbourne

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Post by burkey567 » Sun May 16, 2010 11:02 am

As you said man, must of been an option, cause its never been in a smash and I find it quite hard to believe that my 71 year old nana modified the car, so yeah I am gathering that it must have been an option.
Currently owned:
1986 Nissan Pulsar GL

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1983 Toyota Corolla KE70

The funding for the restorations:

My Home Business:
Computer Repair Melbourne
Computer Sales Melbourne

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Post by tassuperkart » Sun May 16, 2010 11:04 am

Ha! There you go then!
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Post by Damo » Sun May 16, 2010 12:11 pm

I'm pretty sure that the single headlights were factory fit for the GL till they ran out of them 1985/86, then the more modern twins were all that were available.

Strange that they weren't optioned on the ET's though?



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Post by burkey567 » Fri Jun 04, 2010 9:35 pm

Hey Guys,
I am looking to sell this car, just wondering how much I could get for it. I'd be happy to sell with RWC and Rego. Just looking for a baseline price.

Thanks.
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1986 Nissan Pulsar GL

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1983 Toyota Corolla KE70

The funding for the restorations:

My Home Business:
Computer Repair Melbourne
Computer Sales Melbourne

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Post by Timmzy » Sat Jun 05, 2010 10:43 am

Hey,

That is great example of a nice stock car! They are starting to get a little rare. I don't see that many of them on the road, but heaps in the wrecking yards....

I don't know how much you would get for it, probably not much - even though its in awesome condition.

Just keep it --- itll go forever and you'll never have to worry about it!

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Post by BLUE ET » Sat Jun 05, 2010 5:36 pm

I sold my immaculate 83' modle with 100,000km on the clock with no reg but a roady for $1,000 they arnt worth too much but they are great and they last for ever, mine was white with black steelies and the chrome dress trims they are the best little dailys
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