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coolest looking spooiler, i think


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:D :D yeah, nice but, just doesnt look right imho.

omg what are you guys talking about i mean it looks way better then the cheap/tacked on look of the msa type 3 body kit and it goes perfectly with the body lines of the car, i admit the turn signals do look pretty wack but its not a bad looking front spoiler. i think it looks modern without taking away from the original classic lines

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omg what are you guys talking about i mean it looks way better then the cheap/tacked on look of the msa type 3 body kit and it goes perfectly with the body lines of the car, i admit the turn signals do look pretty wack but its not a bad looking front spoiler. i think it looks modern without taking away from the original classic lines

Just remember that everyone is entitled to their own opinion and everyone's is different...that's why there are so many different air dams out there as well as things like wheels. Just think, if everyone like the same thing then there would only be one style of wheel made worldwide...now how boring would that be!?

My opinion, I do like the way it looks in the lower portion, the signals look like crap though. And even though I like part of it, I still would not put it on my car as it's not the look I'm going for.

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The only thing I can say about that air dam is that it fits! It doesn't look right, it does not cary any styling from the rest of the car except color and allignment at the point of connection. It is beter than a missing lower valence panel, but worse than factory pieces-not what I want from my car, but not as bad as some of the body modifications that have been on cars listed on ebay...

Looks like it came off a ricer, and gets home sick every time it passes one(It is now on a Z after all...:laugh: )

Will

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ok anyways i like the airdam and i know there are many of you out there that feel as if the z car was just perfect from the factory, i love my z but the later models -- the 280z's in my opinion look like kinda bad with those huge bumpers comming about a foot off the front of the car.. what i'm trying to say is that the whole point to modifying a car is to make it your own/ to have a unique car.. and yeah it doesn't really dam' air, if you have a n/a car but think about putting an intercooler behind there, i mean the japanese did put turbos on these cars from the factory since its so ricy to think about such things, so back to the original question has anyone here seen this "air dam" on any other cars and if its off of a supra what year and what kit because i've been looking

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No arguments, just Opinions. You make your car beautiful to you. In your car, your opinion is the only one that matters.

Will

yeah my point exactly but i don't think the spoiler/air dam is perfect i would do something diffent with the turn sigs and i would def try to make it fit better around the lights, i guess i'm going to have to custom make myown

By the way the blue car is mine i took the pic with my camera

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Based on the license plate, I would say that it someone in the UK may be able to help locate the source of this thing :) FWIW, IIRC, the "T" in the last position means the car was first registered in 1979, making it most likely a 280Z that this air dam is fitted to.

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my bad fairlady z

Not the S30 / S31-series Fairlady Z either.

First Z to be turbo-equipped from the Factory was the S130-series.

Based on the license plate, I would say that it someone in the UK may be able to help locate the source of this thing FWIW, IIRC, the "T" in the last position means the car was first registered in 1979, making it most likely a 280Z that this air dam is fitted to.

Its a UK license plate, and the 'T' suffix indicates that the car was registered between 1st August 1978 and 31st July 1979.

Seeing as it is RHD, there seems very little likelihood that it is a '280Z' - as the '280Z' was only made in LHD. The UK market got the 'RLS30' and 'GRLS30' '260Z' models until the S130 '280ZX' was phased in - so the car in question is more than likely a very late UK-market '260Z' model.

I don't know where the spoiler came from, sorry.

Alan T.

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