yes i am the same guy with the black and yellow R34 legend conversion that i sold years ago, and recently i just built me another one, and low and behold, i blew my head gasket last week and here i am waiting on my heads.
I didn't want to go all out extreme like the last one to the point i can't drive it on the road. so this one is a more daily , feasible car. Yes it is matte black but i didn't put the matte clear on and guess what ? the matte black faded.
This was the old set up, with the chrome wheels, didnt like the whole brutha out look. so i went with something more basic.
Hey whats up I like your r33 legend I just wanted to know alittle about the kit like who makes it if you dont mind telling me your car looks hot as hell.
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Actually i've built the kit.
for the front end, i bought a 2000 accord coupe R33 bumper and cut and modify to fit the legend, second, i cut the hood to give that scoop in the center, and place the R33 headlights in place and start fiberglassing from there. For the rear you probably recognize the bodykit, all i did was cut the trunk area and fit the new lights in and fiberglass around it and add light coat of bondo, seems to hold good, i have 2 12's in the rear with a 1000amp pushing it and it hits pretty hard vibrating your chest and bondo hasn't cracked yet. if you google/youtube the R34 skyline legend conversion that i sold years ago i did the same thing, but with R34 parts but it was not feasible to drive. It became a show car.
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