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This is what titanium dreams are made of.
A lucky Nismo 370Z owner in Japan had Amuse whip up a one-off custom exhaust trading off the usual twin parallel mufflers for FOUR independent R1 type mufflers. They had to throw a little body language onto those tips to angle them into the tight spacing of this Nismo Z rear bumper.Â While it might not make more power than the normal Amuse titanium exhaust, it sure looks awesome!
This is a close up of one of my favorite 370Z’s in Japan. There is just so much awesomeness in this picture that I wanted to feature it without the car (that Ab Flug kitted 370Z that I’ve featured here a few times now).
Custom Carbon Dry Japan Protec reinforcement on BBS wheels with custom refinished Brembo 6 piston caliper and matching rotor hats!
It is unfortunate that we rarely see cars with this level of amazingness packed into a few inches of photo space. It is not cheap to play at this level, but you could enter just this wheel and brake set into a car show and it should win best of show.
The owner of this car is fairly crazy for high end modifications. Here you can see he installed the Ab Flug rear bumper along with the Mines carbon fiber wing cover. Although I’ve done my best to try to hide the scissor door conversion (which I don’t happen to like), you can see a peek of it in the above photo.
Above you can see another nice wheel choice, this time TE37s in a gloss black which fit the car’s theme and makes the blue brakes pop nicely. I really also love the Amuse exhaust poking out in the above picture with the blued/gold ring tips. Classic.
This is one of my favorite aftermarket 370Z’s from Japan. I think you’ll agree…
This car is pure quality everywhere you look. If you notice closely you’ll see not only the blue accent ring around the BBS wheels but the fact that the faces of the wheels were modified in carbon fiber. Behind that you’ll see a really impressive brake conversion and refinishing that matches the blue accent theme. The side skirt features a one-off duct which I think looks really great on the car! The carbon fiber Varis hood is an already classic product and goes nicely with the custom carbon fiber headlights with ccfl rings. By the way we’ve also been producing custom modified headlights like this lately, so if anyone is looking for custom work like this just let me know and we can get it done.
This car has seen its share of changes to the aero dynamics and I happen to really like the Top Secret front diffuser on it as seen below. Of course who can ignore one of the ultimate suspensions by Aragosta!
This car is such an incredible build that I need two parts to cover everything. Part 2 coming up…
This is what the Veilside Supra combat style kits of the mid 1990s have grown up to become. Although my style preference has turned somewhat away from ultra aggressive aero design in recent years I still really enjoy looking at this car. Ab Flug’s Vanguard Z34 370Z manages to somehow reconcile the difference between between hardcore racer and mature design. Most importantly however from my point of view: the design is unique and represents yet another original Japanese vehicle design.
I think if someone did this kit with a different set of rims people would go nuts for it. A white one with 19″ Top Secret TE37s for me please…
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