Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Nissan 280Z-T Impul We’ve been unable to find any specific details about this modified 280Z, but the optional wheel covers are embossed with the name of Japanese tuning firm Impul, so we’re guessing that they’re responsible. At the front of the car was see a deep splitter and there are vents behind the rear wheel arches. The box art shows solid rear buttresses but the original window openings are moulded into the body and we can’t find any panels to fill them in, so if you want the smoothed look the simplest way would be to fill over the original window moulding. The reason for deleting the quarter windows is that the car has the hatch replaced with a flat rear deck and upright windscreen, making it a strict two seater.
Mass produced plastic kits that build well. Instructions usually in several languages. Some subjects require slightly more advanced modelling techniques but these are well explained in the instructions. Made in Japan.
Nissan 280Z T Impul model by Fujimi
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