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Nissan 370Z, Photoshop 370Z, JGTC Nissan 370Z

Build Your Own 370Z Part 3!

By Charlie Barnes

After sketching up the body kit, I traced it up with the PENTOOL in Adobe Illustrator.  As you can see, the body kit has raised wheel wells compared to the stock ones.  This was necessary to give it a more JGTC look suggested my Nissan Genius Mike Kojima.  I also added a splitter and wide flared fenders for that awesome wide wheel look.  Louvers for the front fender flairs added a nice touch as well.   Now that we have the design, I saved it and opened it up in Adobe Photoshop.

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370Z make your own digital rendering

Build Your Own Nissan 370Z:  Part II by Charlie Barnes

Now that we got our car drawn out and colored, it is time to put some new kicks.  In this case, I chose the VOLK GT-V's.


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Nismo 370Z

NISMO 370Z Parts  by Sarah Forst

Nismo, Nissan's factory performance arm has released a group of factory tuned performance accessories for the 370Z to the motoring public in Japan. Nismo will be offering two performance packages to enhance the driving experience of the 370Z.

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370Z digital renderingCreate Your Own Nissan 370Z - Part 1 by Charlie Barnes

For all you dreamers and customizers alike who wondered what the Nissan 370Z looked like in different skins, one thing we all have in common is the desire to put our "wonders" into some sort of reality.  I wanted to see what making my own wallpaper...

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Nissan 370Z Review Styling

Nissan 370Z Review; Styling Impressions by MotoIQ Staff

We had known something was up at Nissan when we spotted 7/8 scale 350Z's with bulged hoods and flared fenders rolling around at night and when peering through the plastic slats in the chain link fence surrounding Nissan's Gardena California Headquarters—slats that were intended to block causal viewing, but didn't quite stop the observant curious from looking.  We knew Nissan was probably up to testing a new Z car and our wish was to be able to take a peek at it.

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