We don’t post many G37′s here on StanceNation but when we do, you better believe that they are going to be absolutely incredible from top to bottom. Such is the case with with this particular coupe. Chances are that quite a few of you have probably seen a photo or two of it before, whether it was online or in a magazine. Or if you were one of the more fortunate people, you probably got a chance to see this beauty in person. However for those who haven’t seen it yet, our photographer Ronaldo Stewart was kind enough to take some mind blowing photographs for your viewing pleasure.
The work of art you’re looking at belongs to Peter Skopas out of New Jersey. Peters car also happens to be the perfect example of “less is more”. Mind you he changed up quite a bit of stuff but many of you “non-G” owners would have trouble noticing those things. Besides the obvious wheels & suspension that is, of course. The exterior features a Junction Produce Visage Lip Kit while a Fresh-Ta-Def Duckbill Trunk completes the rear end.
This 2008 Infiniti G37S is slammed on the ground with the help of Bagyard Bombers and RideTech Management. When aired out it literally sits on the ground, though at driving height those gunmetal ISS Forged Wheels sit flush with the fenders. They were dine in a Gunmetal finish with Polished Step Lips. Fronts are 20×9.5 with +10 offset while the rear is 20×10.5 with +10 offset. Lastly, Peter wrapped his shoes with some Falken Tires in 225/35/20 up front & 255/30/20 in the rear.
So now that you know the specs, aren’t you wondering what else Peter has planned for the future? We sure did and he told us that he is not really sure where he’s gonna go with this car. Besides wanting to dial in the stance a little more over the winter and maybe changing the wheels for 2012, most of the other stuff will be kept as is. After all, why mess with perfection right?
We really hope you enjoyed these high resolution photos that our photographer Ronaldo Stewart shot as much as we did. Big shout out to him for that as well as Peter for building one of the cleanest G37 coupes out there. We hope to find you all over on our forums and don’t forget to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with photos of your car if you think it has what it takes to be on our site!