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My 04 Track

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Hello
My name is Mathew and this is my 2004 350z Track.
I have owned the car for about 5 weeks now and I love it.
I bought it from a woman in Ballarat (hence the plates) who was a bit of a car enthusiast herself and it shows from the condition its in.
It is daily driven but work is only a 10 min drive away and it doesn't go much further during the week, although I love going for drives on the weekends and being stock as a rock helps with the police till I modify. I am amazed on how well it handles in the twisties and look forward to coming out to some cruises :)
Thanks.
 
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Looks in great nick. Love these in black

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Does look very good

The handling is certainly a cut Above most cars

There are numerous modifications you can do that don't attract unwanted attention

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Welcome Matt.

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welcome, looks like a nice clean car! :)

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Welcome Matt! We'll b having a meet in melb very soon! Keep an eye open on the events section of the forums!

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Thanks guys. My bad though, I forgot to mention that I live in SA.

Kept the plates on for the rego left on it. So as good as a cruise in Melbourne would be, I can't make it lol.

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Ooh, where in SA?

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Woodville south

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Woodville south

Cool, Marion for me :)

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Bought some wheels which arrived earlier this week.
Hears a bit of a peek.

 

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18x9.5 +14 all round
Yeah will be getting coilovers next and might have to chuck a spacer on the back, but other than that, i think they look good!

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Welcome Matt. What other mods you got

in mind?

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Keen for coilovers and a tanabe exhaust.

After that I might look into some body mods depending how I go with the coilovers.

Blitz carbon front lip, mastergrade rear diffuser, some form of side skirts.

Wouldnt mind looking into a 1/2 cage too.

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