Bosozoku-Style Sharknose How-To

Should the urge to extend the hood line of your car into some kind of Death Race-style slicer suddenly overwhelm you, here’s a how-to using a Nissan C210 Skyline that’s been floating around for a while. Yes, now this bosozoku style accessory can be yours too for the low low price of welding several square feet of sheetmetal to the front of your car! Look, here’s another using a Toyota Mark II. A new direction for the JNC wagon, perhaps?

Thanks to datsunfreak and white_raven!

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9 Responses to Bosozoku-Style Sharknose How-To

  1. Nigel said:

    This also looks cool on a 910 Bluebird.

  2. Sr-FairladyZ said:

    I must say the C210 body lines work the best with the shark nose. The angle of the C-pillar matches the nose angle. It looks so awesome! The mark II on the other hand.. not so much.

  3. J.Ramirez (zetozeto99) said:

    D’oh! You are giving away trade secrets I already stole fairly! Hehe.. That car is my inspiration!

  4. Ben said:

    personally i think the Skyline looks decent with the sharknose, but is it just me or would that 2-tone Mark II have looked way better in its original state, slammed on those SSR MkIIs?

    Maybe that’s just the Cressida owner in me talking 🙂

  5. colink said:

    i got to admit that looks awesome

  6. Rob said:

    the cressida does take well to bosozoku styling…i say go for it!

  7. Dan said:

    I gotta admit, that Skyline doesn’t look half bad. I wish he had a rear 3/4 shot though.

  8. Chewy said:

    I love the Skyline. I would love to do a Boso-Style car as a daily driver. Slammed.. maybe on air with full interior. That would be sweet.

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