Texan Offroading Fan Builds “Jportscar” Nissan 350Z Along With His Girlfriend
This Is What A Homemade And Lifted 350Z Looks Like!
Updated November 17, 2018
Grabbing the Social media attention is a race these days. In fact, seeing a Bugatti Veyron involved in an offroading stint is not that uncommon these days. If you want your car to be the best offroading machine, that is serious about speed and nothing else, customization is the best choice available.
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That was exactly what the offroading fan Marcus Ian Meyer did on his 350Z. The resulting contraption is a kind of a rough ride that is a perfect blend of pleasurable steering experience and rugged terrain abilities. The Texan man is a professional service technician according to his Facebook profile. This throws light on his all-custom Z. However, this is only a part of his story. His Instagram profile reveals that he had been involved in his fabrication works along with his girlfriend. His videos show us how the couple are involved in building their custom 350Z.
The Z had its share of gifted rugged terrain goodies starting with an excellent wheel-tire combination. The alignment of the car had been a priority, while the middle, front, and rear sides are well protected. The LED lights and the luggage set up on the roof make great accessories to the beast. Nissan currently comes with a winch that acts like a snorkel as offroading is getting popular by the minute.
The ground clearance is as not as expected, but the underbody protection helps it to sail smoothly. Also, a custom exhaust has been added, making the V6 loud and clear from a long distance. This sound might save you if you are ever caught in the wild!
PS: Our team really thinks that this beast is worth being called Jportscar (jacked-up sportscar). We might have to wait for another half a decade to find a car maker come up with an official project to build their own Jportscar. Most of the car enthusiasts expect Porsche to be the pioneer in such a project in the future.
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