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New 350z owner - Gold coast

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Hi all,

I joined a couple of months ago whilst looking for a 350z - 6 months on I have finally bought one! I have wanted one since I first saw them at the 2002 international motor show in Brisbane. She's an 08, Black Track Roadster. I picked her up yesterday and love am loving it. So glad I waited to find the right one. There are a few of the usual scuffs and scratches on the interior and she needs a good wash and polish but I am stoked :)

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sounds nice

welcome to zclub

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Yay! Congrats!

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Welcome!

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Sweet as!! Another owner on the gold coast :)

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cheers guys, will get some pics up soon :)

ben.

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Here's a photo

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Welcome to the club buddy!

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Welcome to the club :)

I just set up an event for QLD under events for first weekend in August if you're interested. I like to plan in advance....

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If I'm here I will be in for sure, however that sounds suspicously close the week I will be on ski trip... see how it goes ;)

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welcome welcome ... :)

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i just heard that in my head in a scottish accent lmao

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i just heard that in my head in a scottish accent lmao

LoL haha. .. are you following me ?! :P

We gotta meet at the next Z club.

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haha, i see everything here lol

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A belated welcome.

Any mods? Or are you keeping it stock?

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Welcome mate!! Car looks the goods.

i just heard that in my head in a scottish accent lmao

LMAO Dan. You're a pest.

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A belated welcome.

Any mods? Or are you keeping it stock?

Thanks :) and a belated reply!

No big plans for it. It had the 20's on it when I bought it, which I wasn't 100% on to start with but they are definitely growing on me now! Think I'll keep my eye out for some 18's to put some nice sticky rubber on for spirited trips through the twistys and potentially at the track - some time if I get the chance.

Only planning on small mods atm, just changing a few small cosmetic things as its such a great car out of the box. Maybe a cat back and or some pop chargers when I get the chance, just to give it a bit more of a note. nothing too outlandish.

Ben.

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Thanks :) and a belated reply!

 

No big plans for it. It had the 20's on it when I bought it, which I wasn't 100% on to start with but they are definitely growing on me now! Think I'll keep my eye out for some 18's to put some nice sticky rubber on for spirited trips through the twistys and potentially at the track - some time if I get the chance.

 

Only planning on small mods atm, just changing a few small cosmetic things as its such a great car out of the box. Maybe a cat back and or some pop chargers when I get the chance, just to give it a bit more of a note. nothing too outlandish.

 

Ben.

How and where do all the 370z guys or girls meet

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