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Hi! New Z owner:)

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Hey guys,

I recently purchased a 2011 370z in Shiro white and  just wanted to introduce myself.

I owned a pearl white kouki s14 with FMIC, turbo back exhaust, upgraded suspension and Driftek rims a while ago which I sold to buy a house.

Now the missus has let me get a new toy and after driving a 370z previously, I was in love! 

Looking forward to meeting you guys on a few meetups.

Alfie.

 

 

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That looks bloody stunning!! On the market for a white 370 myself, white on black is fkn mint?

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Thanks mate! It looks 100 times better in person. 

White really shows off the zeds lines!

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Wish I had a 350Z in white, well done on your purchase looks fantastic!

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Welcome Alfie.. Great Zed dayZ to come.. Great guys in Sydney.

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Welcome Alfie!! Looking forward to seeing you in our events :)

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Thanks for the warm welcome:)

So i needed two new rear tyres and ended up changing all four tyres to Bridgestone Adrenaline RE003's.

The car handles amazing! I took it for a service at Sutherland and thought why not take it for a cruise through the Nasho as it was close by.

The photos are at Stanwell Tops.

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Welcome on board Alfie. You will have a lot of fun with the Z, I'm from Kirrawee so love a cruise through the Nasho out to Stanwell Tops. Always a fun drive.

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Welcome!!!! Also where are those mountain side photos taken :) Wouldn't mind taking my Z up there for a few pics and the nice cruise!

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 They were taken at stanwell tops.

Take the waterfall exit off princes highway .The drive to stanwell tops is awesome??

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