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Discussion in 'Cars' started by John Yonson, Mar 20, 2015.
The photo on OP is Calsonic Impul Z 2004.
This is the proper one.
Also, if you are suggesting 2006 ver., JGTC should be changed with SuperGT or SGT.
2006, so not JGTC.
And the information in the title is in the wrong order (again).
But aside from all of those points...
Still says JGTC in the title...
His predecessor of Nissan Fairlady Z (Z33) or 350Z JGTC was the Nissan Skyline (R34) JGTC, and his successor is the current Nissan GT-R (R35) JGTC
Except they weren't because JGTC became Super GT in 2005.
As pointed out a number of times herein, your thread title should be "Nissan 350Z (Z33) Super GT Calsonic Impul #12 2006" - and the picture you've posted is of a 2004 JGTC car, not a 2006 Super GT one...
Well the exact name is Calsonic Impul Fairlady (Z33) Super GT 2006 #12, not trying to be a smart a$$, just showing out my JDM knowledge
Actually, if you want to call it a Fairlady Z then the title should be "Nissan Fairlady Z (Z33) Super GT Calsonic Impul #12 2006", as you'll note from the pinned threads in this forum.
If you know the Nissan 350Z is a version USA and Europe, but the Nissan Fairlady Z (Z33) is Japanese.
Example of other brands and models with different names: Renault Clio in America and Europe, and Renault Lutecia in Japan; Mazda MX-5 Miata in USA and Europe, and Mazda Eunos Roadster in Japan; Toyota Yaris in America and Europe, and Toyota Vitz in Japan
This won't be new information to anyone.
I notice you've changed the title now, but you still have the series in the wrong place... "Nissan Fairlady Z (Z33) JGTC Calsonic Impul #12 2004" is what you're now, apparently, after. I shouldn't still be having to micromanage you.