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Bay Area 2002 for Youtube Feature


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Hi all,

My name is Fenton and I'm a NorCal-based automotive YouTuber (Zygrene) and car enthusiast. I film all sorts of enthusiast-owned cars ranging from Japanese to Euro to American. Over the past several months, my channel has grown from a handful of subscribers to over 6500.

I've had great success from posting on various NorCal car forums to help expand my channel's content. Some of you might have seen Matt Farah's recent One Take on my NSX, which brought me some much needed and appreciated exposure (see below).

I'm posting here in the Bay Area 2002 sub-forum to look for owners who would be interested in being featured on my channel. After recently producing a film on a modified Datsun 510 and thoroughly enjoying it, I was reminded that the 510 drew inspiration from the 2002. I'd like to produce a similar video for the 2002.

If you're interested, you can either reply to this post or email me at fentonsun@gmail.com. All submissions are welcome. Looking forward to hearing from yall. smile.gif





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