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[OVERSEAS] Spotted!

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Hey Chee you must had photoshop the 350z ,but then again only if the pink was alittle deeper maybe not bad oh shit that is that woman side of me coming out ,that's the thing when you work around women all day :)

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Wow! It's not too bad.... ;)

I agree, darker would be better..

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Great find! :) Pink aint really my colour, but as suggested, black, or a gunmetal would have looked tops!

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Wow! It's not too bad.... ;) I agree, darker would be better..

Still not too late to wrap your car in pink.

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This caught my eye on the net

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Fuk. So that's where I left it...

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Z planking! Lol...

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Was walking in the back streets with a friend last night looking for somewhere to eat when I spotted a familiar shape in the shadows... a 370z!

I'm in Seoul, South Korea.

FYI, over 99% of the cars on the road here are either Hyundai, Kia, SsangYong, GM/Daewoo or Renault Samsung Motors.

A Nissan 370z is rare as hen's teeth.

This one looks unmodified.

I wanted to spot a Zed here in Korea and I did it. How good is that?

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nissan-z-accident.jpg

This caught my eye on the net

Thats the reason i got a z (Its a perfectly balanced car)

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Thought this might be a good idea for a new thread. (if it's good enough maybe the mods will pin it ;) )

I'll start this off, I know it's average but it was the only one I saw was in Phuket, and I was snapping it on the way to the airport. Made my trip though as I was SURE I wouldn't see one :)

Your turn.........

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Holy shit! That's a 380RS!

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Could just be a US spec Nismo.

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Is it? The body kit and rims looked like the 380rs though, and Thailand is rhd

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Yeah I assumed it was just the US nismo version too.....

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Here are some pics of a 350Z I just saw in Penang outside Gurney plaza.

I'm speechless.....

How about you?

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Merging the thread 'Most interesting Z's seen overseas' with thread [OVERSEAS] Spotted! thread.

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Here are some pics of a 350Z I just saw in Penang outside Gurney plaza.

I'm speechless.....

How about you?

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Spotted Burnt Orange 350 on 13th St SW Calgary. Minus 5 and sunny he was travelling real slow on fresh snow. Couldn't get a shot.

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Spotted a white 350 with rear wing in Bangkok last night.

My friend spotted a white 370 in Koh Samui last week.

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Spotted 350Z fully kitted in Phuket Black

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Spotted a hot Red 370 Zed crawling through Christchurch two weeks ago and a Silver with white roof 350 Zed in Hanmer Springs last week in New Zealand.

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Not fan of the colour but that looks great. 

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