Funny you should say that as I get the distinct impression that the rear end of the CUBE has quite a 1932-34 period look about it.
Somewhat of a retro '30's look about it
I have lately been looking at books of old cars and the Packard's and Buick's of the 1932-34 period have quite a CUBE look on their rear ends and roof lines about them.
I even found a picture of one car with back door opening just like the CUBE with hinges on the left.
Of course it was not as good looking as the CUBE's back door.
Nothing new under the sun perhaps.
One observant friend said he got the feel of a London taxi cab passenger entrance door when opening the rear passenger door of the CUBE.
The CUBE's height has a lot to do with I think.
Am I just not 8) to think this.
Does any body else notice this '30's thing?
:yes: Oh yes the CUBE could be classed as timeless as it has many attributes in it's styling to say "from the 30's to the future" in its lineage. 8)
By the way did you know that Datsun [pre-Nissan] in their pre-war car production start up were helped in their set up by Austin of England?
Says he driving of in his Twilight Gray for another day of Cubeing. :yes:
My base model cube does not have the cargo light, it has the indention in the plastic where it goes. I ordered a factory cargo light from dealership, supposed to come in next week. Does anyone know if it is pre wired like it is for the rear door speakers and fog lights? Any info would be much...
I have a pearl white Z12 Cube S. It has stock flat black "steelies" with plastic covers one them for now.
I want to get this thing just right. I'm inspired by rally racing and also Initial-D.
The Cube doesn't fit any of that, but any simple mods I can do to add my own stamp to this wickedly...
I don't know if we are just a bunch of crazies in our family or if many people do this, but we name each car we own...
For example, our Jag was called "Jesse"... we called her "Jezebel" when she was acting up. I saw someone on the forums who named his Cube "Cubert"... so it got me wondering...