Chris: "Before buying the Q50 I had a 370Z. After a year of driving it, I needed something that was more practical and spacious. I started the search for a M37, but ended up coming across the Q50. I purchased the Q50 with the intention to do something simple (coils, maybe wheels, and a splitter kit), but ended up doing air suspension since I already had the management. I then bought the splitters and wheels, but it looked too plain so I decided to buy the Blitz kit from Japan. From there I decided to make the build as clean and subtle as possible. I told myself I would not do any type of body modification that would involve cutting fenders and what not, but being part of PureVIP and seeing all of our widebody cars - who was I kidding? I decided to cut the fenders and widen them. With the help of my body shop, Diamond Autobody, and fabricator, Ulterior Motives, they made my dreams into reality. The car is far from where I want it to be, but I am content with where it’s at right now. I have a long list of things I want to do for next year."
* My Team, PureVIP, for being great supporters and friends!
*Diamond Autobody, Ulterior Motives, and Imperial Works
(is this one word or two?) for the work
that has been done and will be done to my car
*Outcast Garage for always supplying me with new parts for my Q50
*Leveled Designs and Becausebags for all my air Suspension
needs and questions
*Toyo Tires and Motordyne Engineering for giving me the
opportunity to represent their companies
*My Girlfriend, family, and friends who support my habit -
without them I wouldn’t be where I am today.
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