Car mods: New body kit on the G35
The Infiniti G35 has gotten a little face lift with an Outcast Garage body kit, an OG Kuruma Z, to be exact.
Here is what it looked like when it rolled in…
Asheville Auto Body Kit Installation
Our first order of business is disassembling all the old parts. These parts were stock, factory parts and are being replaced with a new custom Outcast Garage body kit, which includes a new front and rear bumper and side skirts.
We then work on the new body kit parts, and paint them to match the existing paint. In this case, it got a fresh coat of gloss black paint.
Typically, new body kit parts will fit perfectly on the car it is intended for. Sometimes, though, the panels don’t line up perfectly. When this happens, it’s time to do some body work to mold the parts enough to line up. Both sides of the back bumper needed a little attention to get them perfectly lined up.
After doing the body work to the panels that didn’t line up, we primed and painted the parts again. Now that everything fits how it should, the body kit adds a subtle, yet significant change to the car. By just changing out the bumpers and sides, it really begins to look like a different car. A new, custom look.
This is a really cool car, owned by Ms. Grease Kitty. She plasti-dipped the wheels and emblems with a blue/purple chameleon color. The new body kit is the latest modification done to customize this G35.
TD Customs is an auto body shop specializing in all kinds of custom modifications like this body kit installation. We are conveniently located down the road from the Asheville Airport, in Mills River. Contact us today to discuss how we can modify your ride!
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