Welcome to CarDomaning, the activity of searching the abandoned, left-for-dead CarDomain profiles that time forgot for interesting cars, projects, personalities, and images. ….then posting them here.

Ever wondered what has become of the cars, and their owners since they last logged into these profiles? Since most of these were last updated when George W. was in office, I can’t help but to wonder what ever became of them.

Are they still into the hobby? Have they since graduated to a minivan or some bloated trucklet? Do they stick with a particular brand/model or move on to something else?

Today, we can’t say much about the owner of a car we featured last year, but we can show you the car.

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What we have here is a Hemmings listing for a 2004 Nissan Maxima Convertible. This just isn’t any 2004 Nissan Maxima Convertible, it’s a 2004 Nissan Maxima Convertible with rear suicide doors.

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After examinging the car, we came to the conslusion that this just isn’t any 2004 Nissan Maxima Convertible with rear suicide doors, this is actually mdiggy’s 2004 Nissan Maxima Convertible with rear suicide doors that we wrote about last summer.

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So what happened?

Where did the TVs go?

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Where did the sweet 70s themed Boogie Nights engine cover go?

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The wheels?

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And the grill? Whereitgo?

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If you take a look through each gallery, you’ll find a lot of other custom bits missing, too. Did mdiggy remove the parts, or did a second owner remove the parts?


Thanks to V8soundRIOT- Can’t Get Enough Koenigsegg for finding mgiggy’s old ride.