2004 Nissan 350Z for sale with test drive, driving sounds, and walk through video

http://www.flemingsultimategarage.com/2004-nissan-350z-nismo-turbo--c-1463.htm No expense spared build, claimed $65K spent, spectacularly fast and furious! 3.5 liter all aluminum injected V-6, turbocharged and intercooled estimated @ 465hp, NISMO 6-speed close ratio trans w/ Jim Wolfe clutch & flywheel, mirror finish bright blue paint w/ carbon fiber hood & full ground effects body kit, black bucket sport seat interior w/ custom dash + factory console, engine upgrades like turbonetics turbo, Raptor wastegate, Kinetics plenum and Spearco Intercooler, Gready Boost controller & engine management system, great sounding Injen dual-angled polished Exhaust w/ custom Y pipe & stainless headers (sounds awesome), pillar-mounted air/fuel & Boost gauges, 19" Racing Heart 5-spoke alloys w/ hi-speed radials, gazillion watt custom audio system w/ Kenwood Excellon AM/FM/CD/SAT/DVD/navigation, 3 subwoofers in custom enclosure, 2 JBL power amps + Stinger capacitor, LED tail lights and HID headlights, etc, etc - nicely done, easy to drive. http://www.flemingsultimategarage.com/ 301.816.1000

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