It's a greystone 350z touring edition. All option except nav, but that whole system is being replaced, all audio, visual nav... So far I've only done a grounding kit, a jwt pop charger and a few visual mods (tint, antenna swap,...)
I'm hesitant to do much to the car as of yet after my last disaster. With the redline I put sooo much time and money into the car, and made sure to carefully store and label all stock parts so that when the time came to sell the car I could replace them and sell the performance parts for more.
However, because I live in Delaware (where most parts are stored) and I go to school in SC (GO CLEMSON) The car was so totally battered that all i had time to remove before they took it away was an interceptor guage.
Luckily, when they assessed the car they thought i had the performance package since I had a free boost gauge/ladder tach, which added value. I was really lucky that the insurance company ended up cutting me a check for nearly 15g's, waaaay over bluebook.
I loved them too. They were off brand but unique in my opinion.
Crazy thing was i was parked, guy came out of parking lot, hit my car and rammed it up onto the curb like that, then hit a vw, did the same thing, then drove off as if no problem. Was he driving some massive truck? No, an M3 that somehow had no visible damage.
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