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Tamiya Nissan 240zg w/Volk TE37v and s20 GTR engine


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I now find myself shopping for the Tamiya 240Z, although of course I will need the Fujimi Fairlady for its 432 engine and left hand dash.... :) BTW; what tires did you wind up using?

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On 4/27/2022 at 1:17 PM, beeRS said:

Just stunning!

I like that you slightly weathered the underside. No 1:1 car would be prestige top and bottom. 

Thank you very much!! Yea I started to really do this more here lately. Adds a lot of depth to the undercarriage. 

22 hours ago, cruz said:

Love this build, very cool!!!

Thanks brother! Loved following your build and the final product as well! 

19 hours ago, Dragonhawk1066 said:

Very well done!

Thank you. 

11 hours ago, ea0863 said:

I now find myself shopping for the Tamiya 240Z, although of course I will need the Fujimi Fairlady for its 432 engine and left hand dash.... :) BTW; what tires did you wind up using?

I used the Tamiya Skyline 2000gtr street tuned kit for my s20 engine. Little bit of modifications had to be made but looks perfect. 
 

I used a set of 16” advans from the Tamiya FD RX7 kit that I had lying around. 

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Very clean looking build.  That Kilimanjaro White looks super nice.  The business end looks so nice.  A+ on this one man.  

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22 hours ago, adamelvis said:

Very Nice !! 

Adam

Thanks Adam!

6 hours ago, mangodart said:

Perfect build, engine and chassis details are amazing !!! :o

Thank you very much!

6 hours ago, Zippi said:

Very clean looking build.  That Kilimanjaro White looks super nice.  The business end looks so nice.  A+ on this one man.  

Thanks man! White is always hard to pull off

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On 5/6/2022 at 2:59 PM, iBorg said:

Nice pictures. Where's the model? That's the model.....?

Looks ready to drive!

Lol, thank you very much!! 

20 hours ago, Funkychiken said:

It's a beautiful build, and the paint work looks amazing. 

Thanks man!  White has always been a hard subject to build and keep clean throughout the process. 

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