The first thing that strikes a Darth Vader chord with the Nissan is its body tuning. LePore mixed and matched the best of Japan and America. The nose is adorned by a Veilside EC1 front fascia-long one of our Z32 favorites. A Stillen nose panel is incorporated to aid in airflow to the Wolf POP chargers and add visual appeal. J-spec Fairlady taillight assemblies, clear corners and fender markers lend a JDM feel to the Nissan. The rear has been dressed with a Stillen GT-IV valance and Arospeed wing. The body has been sprayed with five coats of "Vader Helmet Black."
Quality time is abundant inside the 300ZX as LePore has installed a substantial audio/visual system. An Eclipse 7001 head unit features a flip-up TV and LePore has added a monitor on the passenger side visor. Mid-range signals are beamed out by Infinity speakers while the bass thumps via two 10-inch JL Audio subs in a trick enclosure. A 12-disc CD changer ensures the tunes flow continuously.
LePore's Z certainly illustrates how well the Z32 has aged. In fact, if the car were a brighter, non-Vader color, and had we been able to get a dyno chart to verify the potency of the GT2530 upgrade, this thing would have definitely been worthy of cover consideration.