Our photographer Emil Corpuz recently got a chance to catch up with Anthony (owner of this G) and his cousin Lucky (black 350Z on the bottom) and finally get some pictures of this G35 we’ve been meaning to show you for a while now. We’ve shown you a few very low cars from Hawaii, and while majority of you may think that these cars can roll so low because their roads are “perfect”, you’re wrong. It’s all about knowing the roads, being super alert behind the wheel, and of course accepting the fact that sooner or later you’ll either end up with a cracked lip or without a front bumper! With that said, we would like a few minutes to show you just how hard Anthony rolls on daily basis.
This 2006 Infiniti G35 is sitting on Tein Basic Coilvers (which are maxed out by the way) and a rather rare set of wheels. As a matter of fact, Anthony tells us that as far as he knows there are only a handful of these here in the states, and even fewer as aggressive as his. They are called Locksmice Duke, and he is running them in 19×10 (-4 offset after the adapter), and 19×11 (-11 with no adapters) in the rear. His tires are 235/35/19 up front and 245/35/19 in the rear, and if you ask us it looks like just the right amount of stretch. We love the wheels simply because they’re different than what you see on G35′s nowadays. Don’t even get us started on those rear lips, simply awesome!
We’re willing to bet you that Anthony gets asked if he is on airbags quite often. Seriously, another inch and he’ll be sitting on the barrels of those wheels, and god knows what it looks like under his car! That is how it’s done, right? Make sure to hit the Read More button below for some more pictures as well as other list of mods.
Just like majority of the cars in this “fitment” scene, exterior modifications are never the main priority, but Anthony still went ahead and added a Inven Front Bumper which does wonders for his car. It’s got quite a clean design that reminds us of the stock G35 bumper, but just a tad more aggressive though. Were left wondering what may be Anthony’s next move for this G35. It is quite a good looking ride, but seeing how all of us in this “movement” like to go through wheels pretty often, we’re willing to bet that it may be his next move. We’ll leave you with some shout outs and more pictures below.
Anthony wants to thank his brother AC, cousins Lucky and Alden, friend Ray and Boodah for all the help in building his car. He also wanted us to add the following: “If you feel that you helped in anyway, give yourself a pat on the back”. We would like to give a huge thanks to Emil Corpuz for is awesome contributions to the site as well as Anthony and his cousin Lucky for making this shoot possible. Until next time, we’ll leave you with another picture of his G35 and a sneak peek of Lucky’s shoot!
Photos by: Emil Corpuz exclusively for StanceNation.com