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I knew that our marketing team was working on establishing new contacts with a couple of cool brands during last few months, but today I was very excited to say the least, when I've spotted the Liberty Walk name in the list of new products for Infiniti G37 and decided to share it with you guys here on the forum.

These guys are world famous for their radical body kits for Lamborghini, Ferrari, Chrysler, Dodge, BMW, Nissan GT-R and more. Few years ago Liberty Walk projects blew up the covers of popular car blogs and magazines and today they keep us engaged with their new builds.

Of course I understand that it's not everyone's cup of tea, but some of the enthusiasts will definitely appreciate their style.

Massive overfenders with exposed bolts, bumpers lips and spoilers look exceptionally good with large wheels and lowered suspension.

Liberty Walk® - LB Works™ Complete Body Kit

Infiniti G37 2008-2014, LB Works™ Fiber Reinforced Plastic Complete Body Kit by Liberty Walk®.

Includes: Front Bumper, Side Skirts, Rear Diffuser, Rear Wing, Wide Fenders.













Check out the rest of Liberty Walk products here.

What do you think about this kit?

Legit or overkill ?!
 

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First,this is a body kit for G cars.
This a Z forum.

Looks wise,I'm not a fan of the industrial(exposed bolts etc)theme.
For sure,to work,the car would have to undergo some pretty costly
mods(wheels/tires,suspension etc)to pull this style of kit together.

What is the cost of the kit?

Not a fan.
 

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1. If this isn't available for a z I'm going to be upset because it's a tease
2. It looks awesome
3. Price for the z version that I hope exists?
 

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You asked...

First,this is a body kit for G cars.
This a Z forum.

Looks wise,I'm not a fan of the industrial(exposed bolts etc)theme.
For sure,to work,the car would have to undergo some pretty costly
mods(wheels/tires,suspension etc)to pull this style of kit together.

What is the cost of the kit?

Not a fan.

like CarID pointed out, this is the G35/37 section. I understand you don't like it, that is clear. this forum is primarily for the Z but since the beginning we welcomed all cars related to the Z, including the G and other models older and newer.


my suggestion, keep comments like yours to yourself and just move on. no need for negativity like on the other forums. thank you
 

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Talking about tricked out body kits and street driving:

Similar widebody kit (Rocket Bunny) with rivets on a drift spec Scion FR-S. It's a little bit less wide than on G37 but the idea is pretty much the same.

Jalopnik team takes it out through the downtown Manhattan and public roads:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OClP0qjxbWQ

It actually survived :)
 

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You asked...

First,this is a body kit for G cars.
This a Z forum.

Looks wise,I'm not a fan of the industrial(exposed bolts etc)theme.
For sure,to work,the car would have to undergo some pretty costly
mods(wheels/tires,suspension etc)to pull this style of kit together.

What is the cost of the kit?

Not a fan.
Agree..
 

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negativity?

like CarID pointed out, this is the G35/37 section. I understand you don't like it, that is clear. this forum is primarily for the Z but since the beginning we welcomed all cars related to the Z, including the G and other models older and newer.


my suggestion, keep comments like yours to yourself and just move on. no need for negativity like on the other forums. thank you
Point taken.

Negativity?
Just stating my opinion.
 

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Liberty Walk will be available in the 2015 Need For Speed video game as one of the options on the Body Kit selector.

Needless to say that only the world's best manufacturers and brands were selected to be featured in the next version of this famous game series.
Most of the tuning parts such as body kits, spoilers and wheels showcased in the game will definitely get the superstar status in the closest future.

If you are looking for some show project on a base of G37, Liberty Walk is something that you can't go wrong with.

The kits are available at CARiD ;)



 

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I think it looks very good, but this style will become played out soon, and till be a huge waste of money when the trend is over.
i always prefer timeless modifications rather then trending ones.
 

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Agree!

I think it looks very good, but this style will become played out soon, and till be a huge waste of money when the trend is over.
i always prefer timeless modifications rather then trending ones.
I'm with you.
A "timeless modification" to me means a change you make to the original
design to improve it. Not radically change the car into something that is
completely different.
The proof of this will be when you walk out in the a.m. and look at
your car(that is 10 years old)and it looks, fresh-new.
Still makes the hair on your arms stand up.
Trends go away quickly.
Same goes for the color of your car. You will always see "fashion colors"
on cars in the shows. The color is to get your attention. But hey,a lime green
vehicle will get old after about a week,right?
 
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