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Enter. Win. Then give us a ride in your 1974 Nissan Skyline

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Filed under: Aftermarket, Classics, Coupe, Nissan, Misc. Auto Shows

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WekFest III is gearing up to take San Francisco by storm. The event is a celebration of Japanese automobiles and it kicks off at 1pm on February 20th, 2011. Last year, over 450 vehicles showed up, and this year should be no different. But there is one machine in particular that we're very interested in.

Fatlace, a boutique clothing store, is bringing along a stock 1974 Nissan Skyline 2000GT. The car will be shown off, then taken back into hiding to be transformed into the car you see pictured above... then given away to one lucky (LUCKY) winner.

Fatlace, thanks to the design work of the talented Mr. Jon Sibal, has a stylish end-goal for the Skyline. The car will be modified over the course of 2011 and presented to the winner at the Fatlace Klassik in October. We fully expect a ride.

[source: Fatlace via MotorworldHype | Image: Jon Sibal/jonsibal.com]Enter. Win. Then give us a ride in your 1974 Nissan Skyline originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 04 Feb 2011 09:59:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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THAT would be sweet! I'd sell the car soon after enjoying it however. I don't need something like that.

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I want that I want that I want that.

Though, I'd prefer to start with a different Skyline, so that a stock example could be kept that way.

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Sex..

I need to delay and re-route my flight home.

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I would drive that Skyline EVERYWHERE.

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