The Datsun 240Z is a beautiful car with a long bonnet and classic sports car lines. But being a car from 1973, the side mirrors aren’t exactly easy to angle on the fly. They’re not electric, and, more importantly, are found on the front quarter panels of the car.
So Sung Kang and has team have gotten together to build a custom fender mirror that’s not only 3d printed, but also electrically operated from inside the car. Check out the design below:
And here’s Sung getting a prototype printed:
Sung calls them Fender Mirros +, and we’re very excited to see them on his many 240Zs in the garage.
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The FuguZ is currently having an overhaul since it was awoken after a long slumber since the 2015 SEMA show, and it’s undergoing quite a transformation to align with Sung’s needs and changing interests. The interior is getting a new roll cage that’s safer than the original, as well as new seats from CarbonSignal.
But most importantly, it’s getting a whole lot of power thanks to the addition of a pair of turbos on the currently naturally asirated RB26 that was taken from a Skyline. Check out the photo below:
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