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Autotrader Find: 2006 Nissan 350Z Roadster Track Car

If you’re interested in getting a cool new racing vehicle, here’s your chance. This 2006 Nissan 350Z is a full-on race car that was built for track driving and nothing else — and now it’s listed for sale on Autotrader.

The ad notes that this car was originally designed and built as a SEMA show car, and the current seller bought it later. The modifications are extensive, but some of the headline pieces include a supercharged version of the car’s VQ35 V6, custom BBS wheels, a full-wide body conversion, Hoosier racing slicks and a stripped-out interior with race-car-style instrumentation and controls.

It’s quite a bit, and creating such a car on your own would be a serious challenge — but now this one’s been created for you. The car is ready to race, though I’m not sure if it’s actually been raced, as the ad isn’t specific — but you can certainly put it through its paces if you get it.

If you’re interested, this 350Z is offered by Huber Automotive in Ohio for $44,994 — that’s big money for a 2006 350Z, but it’s likely a huge discount when you consider what it would take to do it all yourself. Find a Nissan 350Z for sale

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