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  • 92-93 Gsr Production Numbers

    Lets just say this took weeks and weeks and weeks. The following figures are based on running vins until they stop in sequence.


    1992 GSR (USA)

    3120 (#000001 and #000002 unaccounted for) = 3118


    1993 GSR (USA)

    851 (#000001 unaccounted for) = 850

    USA Total: = 3968

    1992 GSR (Canada)

    602 = 602

    1993 GSR (Canada)

    256 (#800001 unaccounted for) = 255

    Canadian total: = 857

    Total North American GS-R Production = 4825

    That brings the total to 4825 (accounted for by Carfax)
    Last edited by redline9500; 07 Feb 2011, 20:34:47. Reason: Clarity of Post

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    gsr 119

    My friend just purchased a 92 GSR 119 Black! with 208000 kms

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    • #3
      Cool, scanning the lists here it appears that from all the Canadian GSR's that have their color noted, black is the most rare!

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      • #4
        AHHHHH ill take credit for having one of those 92 gsr in usa

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        • #5
          It looks like you have come up with the answer to engine #1 being in car #3.

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          • #6
            Ya I was thinking that as well. Also something of extreme interest. 1992 Canadian GSR # 6 Was noted as white in 03/92. The same time the first owner was reported. The car seems to still be somewhere in Ontario. If it was OEM white, which the report suggested, we all know what that means... They made a couple white ones perhaps in Canada?!!

            Update: After research led to me speaking with the owner through Facebook, the car had been repainted white in the mid 90s. There were no white GS-Rs made in Canada
            Last edited by redline9500; 25 Jan 2015, 00:07:29.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by redline9500 View Post
              Ya I was thinking that as well. Also something of extreme interest. 1992 Canadian GSR # 6 Was noted as white in 03/92. The same time the first owner was reported. The car seems to still be somewhere in Ontario. If it was OEM white, which the report suggested, we all know what that means... They made a couple white ones perhaps in Canada?!!
              I thought US got White, Red and Teal while CAN got White, Red and Black. Am I mistaken?

              I've owned two of that total now.

              #471 I bought after a friend totalled it. I still have the engine from this car. It will be going into #896 which I recently picked up as a shell from a friend.
              Track Project DB2 #896
              LeMons Project DA9
              My OG DA9, Wrecked, Stripped, R.I.P

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              • #8
                so what is this one?

                Originally posted by jdecks23
                Especially in the Honda scene where people are cheap, do things in distaste and move on quickly. It takes a real tuner to have a vision and make it a reality. There is no better feeling than looking at your own car and feeling like "damn this is exactly what I wanted it to be." In my mind real tuners build timeless cars - not trendy ones, that means it will give you and observers the same feeling over time whether it's 3 or 20 years from now.

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                • #9
                  Not sure what you mean by "what is this one." What color? Color is not stated, its been in Virginia since 95. Last odometer check 280,000miles in Jan of 2007. No accidents or damage reports. Can you tell me what color it is? Im trying to build my database. Sweet car, low number, shes a keeper!

                  In regards to the above quote about colors, yes you are mistaken. The US got white red and teal, and Canada got black, red and teal.

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                  • #10
                    really? I've never seen a teal CAN GSR...
                    Track Project DB2 #896
                    LeMons Project DA9
                    My OG DA9, Wrecked, Stripped, R.I.P

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                    • #11
                      I thought they got Black, Red, and White in Canada. I know Canada had Aztec Green RS models.

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                      • #12
                        the car is teal. Im sorry i meant is it a can car or us car? 92 or 93? the car has been hacked up pretty bad.
                        Originally posted by jdecks23
                        Especially in the Honda scene where people are cheap, do things in distaste and move on quickly. It takes a real tuner to have a vision and make it a reality. There is no better feeling than looking at your own car and feeling like "damn this is exactly what I wanted it to be." In my mind real tuners build timeless cars - not trendy ones, that means it will give you and observers the same feeling over time whether it's 3 or 20 years from now.

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                        • #13
                          redline, if you haven't already, contact Schu. He was putting together a spreadsheet a couple of years ago.
                          -nino
                          This post was brought to you by Carl's Jr.

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                          • #14
                            Oh really, thats interesing, surprised he hasn't chimed in here yet. Where are you Schu?

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                            • #15
                              Surprised there isn't much interest in this thread, however it should probably be archived for reference purposes.

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