I do. My first car and daily driver is a 2003 350z. It's touring edition which means cruise control and heated leather seats. It's got about 110k miles on it which is less than my Xterra. It's lowered with 18 inch wheels, K&N Intake, Isis Catback Exhaust, TopSpeed headers, killer sound system and recently had the ECU re-flashed.
Mine is the second car. I have a bone stock 2004 g35 sedan. 75k miles so far and still running good other than a torn motor mount. Doesnt cause problems yet, but i will probably have to replace them at some point. Heard its a pain to do though, unlike my jetta which took about 15 minutes a piece to change out.
I am pretty sure I have seen your car before. i worked on a job in Durham for over year and swear I saw your car on 15-501 near best buy. Saw another sweet looking 350 nismo around there too. It was black with similar rims to yours.
Apply dirt liberally, rinse and repeat
<<<-click for build
cut a bit
Lifted it more
welded a lot
cut some more
Got a winch
Parked until I can get a new steering setup.
I'm working on it being my second. I'm currently on the hunt for a GMC Sierra 1500 extended or crew cab, black, 4WD, in the $20,000.00 range, give or take a couple grand. If anybody knows of one for sale in the northeastern US let me know, lol. I've been on the search for a month and a half now, and I've come really close to making a couple deals. One place in WV sold the truck to someone else, and I couldn't agree on a price with the other place.
OK, X is officially the second vehicle. Here is the primary:
Yup, two gas guzzlers. The GMC actually gets better gas mileage than the X, and I'm sure the difference will only increase as I do more and more to my Xterra. I was cautious about modding the X when it was my primary mode of transportation, but now that it's not, I don't have to worry about screwing up and not having a ride to work.
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