2004 Nissan 350z - Chris Brittingham
The 350z has always had a very timeless design, and because of this, they are one of the biggest aftermarket supported platforms in recent years. They are also one of the most aesthetically pleasing cars in my opinion
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2004 Nissan 350z
I am 29-years-old and a machinist from Maryland that enjoys building things, that include cars, which also means I can make parts for my car or modify some that are already there.
I guess it’s a combination of everything automotive growing up. The original F&F all the way to things like speed racers and monster trucks. Going to car shows or just seeing built cars in the magazines and around my neighbourhood really gets you inspired and I think my favourite is JDM, this is maybe one of the reasons I went for Nissan.
The 350z has always had a very timeless design, and because of this, they are one of the biggest aftermarket supported platforms in recent years. They are also one of the most aesthetically pleasing cars in my opinion. There are so many different styling options for the exterior such as widebody kits from Veilside and Rocket Bunny, or even add-on trims for the body. Such as DK's 350Z in Tokyo Drift which has a widebody Veilside kit. You also get interior and suspension upgrades. It is very rare nowadays to have a car meet and not have a 350Z lurking around somewhere.
They are listed as one of the best starter drift cars for beginners. It is budget-friendly and has good potential for a competition build. The 350Z has the legendary VQ engine. There arent alot of naturally aspirated engines that sound as good as the VQ engine. You can increase power with a bolt-on turbo kit and a variety of other engine parts.
It’s so rewarding getting in and driving something you know you built with your own hands, and seeing everyone taking pictures, paying compliments and asking questions whenever I’m in a car park or at a show, especially kids because hopefully, I’m inspiring them to do the same when they grow up.
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Building your car yourself is certainly a big journey, and not to be taken lightly if you can make some of the parts or modify ones you either buy or are on the car is even better, I think this is what makes mine unique, especially to me as I very rarely buy items off the shelf. Everything has been made or heavily modified by me
- Stock vq35de.
- Plenum spacer,
- 3in exhaust,
- dress-up hardware,
- Short throw.
- Pandem kit,
- V2 swan neck,
- Full custom aero,
- Modified jeep headlights,
- GT3 duckbill, louvres
- Custom 1 of 1 wheels 19x10.5 -44 / 19x11.5 -70
- Custom made spike lugs
- Custom UAS bag setup over stance coils
All the work was done by me, there is nothing more satisfying than seeing your finished product come to life, getting your hands dirty in the process and showing it to the world what could be better.
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I form part of @JBMMotorsports, There are a lot of good and bad things from the car scene, but mainly the friendships you gain along the way, and if you have a good club or group, then there are always like-minded people around you all the time, sharing ideas and advice, guess this is what makes the car community such a good thing. Don’t get lost in why you wanted to get into cars, which is easily done with the wrong influence in the community
It would be either the 599 Evo or the LFA
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