I’ve always considered the Datsun 240z and 260z to be some of the best looking cars ever made. One of the most rad and perfect JDM classics that have been built thousands of different ways by enthusiasts over the globe. Still, each one has its own spin and personality. Seeing a rad car go through a SERIOUS build on social media from a far in such great detail has been such a different and unique experience for me. Especially since it’s a car that I have a deep appreciation and passion for, let alone one I had the pleasure of assisting with the wheel options for. Seeing Greg’s dream Z unfold on Instagram and YouTube has really solidified my need for a widebody Datsun Z car. This 260z – built to the nines, features a unique set of Rotiform LHR’s, really setting this build off. Captivating my deepest desires to search craigslist and marketplace for a Z car I can build myself. Meeting and talking to Greg through this process has been such a great experience. Being involved with cool people building cool cars is the lifeblood of Wheel Lab.
We live for this! Without further delay – onto the details!
Rotiform LHR 3 piece
Rear load rim parts
Every other exposed w/LSR flange detail
Hex cap w/ Concave dust cover
17×9 offset -57
17×10 offset -57
Face: Matte Black
Lip/Barrel: Matte Black
Cap Plate: Color Match Plate W/ Black
Hex Cap: Black Hex W/ Black/Silver Foil logo
Rocket Bunny Widebody
Air Lift Suspension Conversion
Words by: James T Curtis
Customer: @gpdesign.garage – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1YCL-94VAUmAG_ciYiMtLg
To see more of this killer build, check out the wrap up video here!