B310 Sunny Shooting Brake is a USDM Jammer’s wet dream

This guy’s pretty crafty with the Photoshop. He calls it the Nissan Sunny California Shooting Brake. Let’s see… big bumpers, door mirrors, two-door wagon, faux wood-grain paneling and the word “California.” Sounds like a USDM Jammer’s wet dream to us. For more, see VirtualModels.org.

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24 Responses to B310 Sunny Shooting Brake is a USDM Jammer’s wet dream

  1. Nigel said:

    Does it come with an automatic or 4 spd ?

  2. Addison said:

    That thing is beautiful! Very well done, I need to learn how to photoshop so I can envision my TE37

  3. Lincoln Stax said:

    The doors need to be just a little bit longer, but other than that, I love it.

  4. Nigel said:

    It doesn’t matter !
    I like it either way. (Daily driver).

  5. Ben said:

    To be fair, that’s not Photoshop…it’s an actual 3D virtual model. Looks awesome though!

  6. Tyler said:

    USDM has its own charm. I love it.

  7. John said:

    I don’t want to alarm anyone, but I’m giving serious thought to actually building this. I have a 2dr parts car. And I know of an abandoned yellow wagon. And I know how to weld.

    Uh oh…

  8. samsam said:

    wow, perfect especially the wheels love it!

  9. sunny310 said:

    WOOOWWWWW!!!! Its pics like this that justify why i love b310s so much!! those little cars are awesome

  10. Sebastian said:

    Hello guys,

    thank you very much for all the nice comments on my photoshop modded picture of the B310. Yes, photoshop – this ain’t a 3d model, just a plain old 2d pic ;-)

    I wasn’t sure whether this particular vehicle would be of interest to anybody at all. Over here in Germany, none of these cars are left. Too much rust and too little interest, sadly. I’m glad you guys from across the big pond like the style.

    Oh, and Capt. Norris – please send me pictures when attempting that in reality. Thanks in advandce!

    Kind regards
    Sebastian

  11. Sebastian said:

    oh… and I did keep the front doors because it would make it easier to build it in 1:1 scale. Would’ve never thought somebody might actually attempt it.

  12. John said:

    And if by some miracle I ever happen upon a clean second-generation Honda Prelude, that rendering may appear in real life as well. :)

  13. Wayne Long said:

    Sexy looking wagon right there! I have a 210 I’m letting go right now on the bay of e! Anyone wanna give it some love?

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