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Old 02-05-2018, 02:37 AM
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Check out this link from Autoblog.com:
https://www.autoblog.com/2018/02/04/...w-89453929342/
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Old 02-05-2018, 07:30 AM
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Check out this link from Autoblog.com:
https://www.autoblog.com/2018/02/04/...w-89453929342/
That's so "wrong" - Convertible? Z car? - but is so awesomely ridiculous that it goes over the line into cool! (No pun intended.)

I've snowmobiled a few times before (California SurferSun boy in the snow? Hahahaha!) but this takes it to another level!
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Cool, but 335hp at roughly 3900lbs . . .

or you can buy a thundercat 200hp snowmobile at 1/6th the weight.
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Oh man that thing is BAD A$$.
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A few years ago I had the opportunity to drive Nissan's Winter Warriors at a local ski area. There were three vehicles (Murano, Pathfinder and Armada) with tank track-like units being used instead of wheels. Going downhill on a closed ski area was one thing, but going up was difficult. Those treads really use up a lot of energy and only the Armada with the VK56DE had enough torque to go directly up a steep slope. The VQ powered crossovers had to go up at an angle across the slope, and I imagine this Z34 would be in a similar situation. As a promo, I wish it luck...
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A few years ago I had the opportunity to drive Nissan's Winter Warriors at a local ski area. There were three vehicles (Murano, Pathfinder and Armada) with tank track-like units being used instead of wheels. Going downhill on a closed ski area was one thing, but going up was difficult. Those treads really use up a lot of energy and only the Armada with the VK56DE had enough torque to go directly up a steep slope. The VQ powered crossovers had to go up at an angle across the slope, and I imagine this Z34 would be in a similar situation. As a promo, I wish it luck...
Not a promo, David. I hear it's the new NISNOW version.

I'm very sorry for that. Heading to my corner now. === ====
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This is dumb as ****.

This is as useless as the 4x4 lifted cars they build. Inventive sure. But retarded and useless for the most part none the less.
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