You’d never expect the sleepy town of Greenville, South Carolina, to be the place to find hot Euros, but Jon Fulmer would disagree. For the past few years, Jon and his wife, Allison, have been building killer customs and turning heads. In the case of Jon, it was this smoking hot ’90 Nissan 300ZX. The Nissan is a great foundation for any clean Euro, and Jon had a plan. He went nuts on the car, winning Best Paint awards all over the place. It was also featured a little over a year ago in a feature with his wife’s Accord, as well as in one of our “Road Trippin’ ” articles. Back then, the car was purple, had stock headlights and was cool, but not quite what it is today. Then one day, Jon decided to tear it all apart and start over. A little over a year later out it came, looking as you see it here.

Jon’s a busy guy. He runs a skating rink in town, works seven days a week, usually late at night, and is married with a child. With a schedule like that you’d wonder how he gets the time to do all of this work! The short answer is, he doesn’t. Jon does what he can when he can, but some of the work he farms out to his trusted body shop, Sculpture Works in Anderson, South Carolina. This time around everything went crazy. The body kit was molded in, cut up and reshaped from various other parts, and pretty much everything was shaved, Frenched or smoothed out. Looking under the hood, it’s no surprise that chrome and paint make everything glisten. All in all, the car is a true show winner and is taking more trophies than it did in its previous incarnation.

Jon’s a busy guy, and he’s still got more in the works. Rumor has it he’s even got a mini-truck kickin’ it in his backyard. Busy, busy, busy. Jon would like to thank his sponsors Axis wheels, Redline Racing, Impact Parts, Injen, Aerogear, Versus Motorsports, Foothills Automotive, Addi’s Upholstery, Sculpture Works, and everyone in his club, Relaxed Atmosphere.

Vitals:
Owner: Jon Fulmer
Vehicle: ’90 Nissan 300ZX non-turbo
City/State: Greenville, South Carolina
Club: Relaxed Atmosphere C.C.

Performance: “Fun” features include Stillen headers, Injen intake, HKS Ignition amplifier, polished plenum and throttle bodies, catback GReddy exhaust, steel-braided hoses, silicone water lines, chrome-dipped parts and Optima battery. All work was done by Foothills Automotive in Anderson, South Carolina.

Paint & Body Mods: Suicide doors, shaved handles, squirters, antenna, stock taillights, body lines and turn signals, Aerogear Honda Accord hood, cut and reshaped to fit, and an Aerogear ’96-’98 Honda Civic front bumper, re-fiberglassed to fit. A series of Veilside parts were imported directly from Japan, and they include the side skirts, which were molded to the car, rear bumper, plus drag wing and side view mirrors. A Sparkco gas lid, Frenched antenna, Pontiac Trans-Am vents in the fenders, Bomex front garnish, Toyota Supra taillights and 2000 Toyota Celica headlights round out the body mods. The entire car was repainted House of Kolor Limetime green pearl.

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Audio/Video: Panasonic Ghost CD Player, DLS 6.5-inch component set, custom kick panels, custom tweeter pods, custom-molded fiberglass sub enclosure with amp rack, DLS Amplifiers, two 8-inch DLS subwoofers, MA Audio equalizer in center console, and a custom fuse holder and tool kit where the rear speakers were mounted.

Interior: Custom digital gauges, Corbeau racing seats, Billet steering wheel and rear view mirror, custom console, painted accessories, Levoc shift knob, Momo pedals and VDO gauge pods. The interior was wrapped in gray tweed and carbon fiber vinyl by the owner and Addi’s Upholstery in Anderson.

Suspension: Ground control coil-overs, Stillen rear strut bar, Stillen cross-drilled rotors, and an AB front upper strut bar, imported from Japan.

Rims & Rubber: 19×8 chrome Axis Hagen wheels with P225/35-ZR19 Nitto tires.