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Originally posted by Mudge

I dont really dig the Vette style tail lights either, if the vents aren't functional in the fenders then they are a waste.

Otherwise it looks great, like a Porch :)

this body kit is made by Thomas Alsterfalk, in sweden.and the car was ready in 1988, probably the first one to put 17" wheels on a z (1990).

the wing is a ZXR, mod. to fit a 240z. it was mde by electramotive??

front wings, hood, tailgate is fiberglass.

and those days it was popular to fit corvette rear lights.:::::)))

the wents are fully functional, engine with 2,8 evry mods in the book, with triple dellorto carbs, and turbo. generates a lot of heat

now the car is with out no zxr wing , but i will keep the taillights, to much work to put the orginals back.

any comment on the emblem on the tailgate?

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Originally posted by datsun-sports

this body kit is made by Thomas Alsterfalk, in sweden.and the car was ready in 1988, probably the first one to put 17" wheels on a z (1990).

the wing is a ZXR, mod. to fit a 240z. it was mde by electramotive??

front wings, hood, tailgate is fiberglass.

and those days it was popular to fit corvette rear lights.:::::)))

the wents are fully functional, engine with 2,8 evry mods in the book, with triple dellorto carbs, and turbo. generates a lot of heat

now the car is with out no zxr wing , but i will keep the taillights, to much work to put the orginals back.

any comment on the emblem on the tailgate?

sorry!!

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Originally posted by mperdue

Isn't the Sunny the japanese name for the Sentra? Doens't look much like a sentra!

Sorry but I think the body kit is ugly. But I don't like too many souped up Z's anyway...

well then maybey you like this more??

the wheels are rare 7" *14 genunine minilite from nissan motorsport....

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  • 9 months later...

Ohh $^!# yeah!

Finally I have something with some knowledge....

A Nissan Sunny.. wow.. definatly... something no where related to a Z car.. other than being a Nissan.

Lots of variants... B12/B13/B14/B15 chassis

1.6L SR16VE engine.... (has VVL- Variable Valve and Lift.. like VTEC but Nissan Style) and in the BASE models.. they have 1.6L GA16DE motors.

Then there is the GTiR Sunny.. an AWD beast with the SR20DET!

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In America it's an Nissan Sentra.... elsewhere it's a Nissan Sunny. or Super Saloon.

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B12 Sunny

B13 Sunny

B14 Sunny

B15 Sunny

WHy is that on there... I have no idea.

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Yep, that last pic was of (here in AUS) a GTi-R Pulsar (N14?). Wish i had of bought one of them a while back... those are little pocket rockets... SR20 is expensive for mods though... oh well, stick to the Zed.... :P

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i think the kit looks good if your going for that kind of a look I personaly am shopping for one as well. Im not looking for something that dramatic. Im looking for something that keeps the round classic look the car has already. but look intemadating enough to make those kids in there honda rice rockets get a little scared. but im just a kid so what do i know?

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Well as it seems we have revived the topic I'll add something for those interested in the little Sunny boy (Datsun 1200)...

In the early 70's Nissan (like everyone else in the world) was experimenting with rotary power. They used a 1200 Coupe (Sunny) with a 1.0 litre twin-rotor engine with a four-barrel carby. It was previewed at the 1972 Tokyo Auto Show and was soooo close to production... but then they decided not to make it for one reason or another (oil crisis?). This Nissan rotary engine produced 120HP, as opposed to the meagre 69HP of the 1.2 litre four cylinder of the standard 1200.

FWIW...

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