JDM is an acronym for Japanese Domestic Market, and originally referred to the specification of home-market cars. Within car culture, this term now refers to Japanese cars and parts designed and constructed to conform to Japanese vehicle and equipment regulations and to suit Japanese market preferences. It has further evolved to describe a tuning style which originated in Japan, often typified by black plastic wheelarch extensions, lowerered suspension and large wheels with stretched tyres.
Here's my version of this style applied to the classic Datsun 240Z
Quoting Nick Barrett
This looks so good, unmistakably a 240Z.
Thank you Nick, a little bit like my Miura it came together quite easily and looked right from the very start. The way the rear pillars/window/roof just lined up was one of those 'Lego moments'! Either way, I love it and glad you do too :-)
Quoting Oran Cruzen
Quoting Elk Guard
Nice job, the shaping on the front is great!