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New guy

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Hi, new guy here, I've had my 2006 350Z for 2 days and no doubt will be asking some dumbass questions at some point. I'm a kiwi living south of Auckland. Fire away..  :)

I am a hotrodder but not the narrow minded 'nothing else will do' type...I like Euro, Oz, yank, pommie, and Jap......  Ive owned a 260Z and a twin Turbo 300 Zx in the past and  they were great. Now I have this baby...and it seems to be very powerful and very well made. Door trims are losing their paint and it has the japanese language nav......it also has a different version of the Bose stereo than what appears in the owners manual....and a couple of buttons which don't appear in there either.. ??

Metallic orange with the loud tan leather, auto, aftermarket Rays Mags......60,000 km  ........$NZ15,000.....507928768.thumb.jpg.567f9af7a9b466eb129f I live out of town on a nice twisty road, and last nite on the way home from work I had a play with a car that was pushing me faster and faster......the corners tend to sort the men out from the boys.......  :)     Anyway.......I'm here to learn about my new baby and hopefully make some friends, ask possibly beginner questions ...  Right, I'm off to look through the archives.....cheers.

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very clean car and welcome to the forums. With the door trims it is completely normal with Z's  they can be easily removed and repainted

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