I'm a VH45 fan, as well. I miss my 94 Q45. Actually, I'm looking for a G50 in good shape as a "keeper" or the Sunday drive car. I'm finding that they are getting harder to find. It is by far the best car that Infiniti has built, perhaps the best that Nissan has. My father, a diehard American car guy, said, " Why can't we build cars like this?"
The funny thing is when i test drove the Chevy SS, I kept thinking how much it reminded me of the Q45. Come to think of it, the SS and Q45 have a lot in common. Both were great sleepers that just didn't sell well, due in part to its price and sedate looks. I'm leery about buying the SS as a used car, though. Now that the Aussies don't build cars anymore, I'm not sure what parts availability will like. Q45 did have good parts support, and still does for a 27 years old car. There aren't cheap, but they last if you replaced them. I bought my Q45 at 98K, traded it in at 250K. The only thing I had to repair was the right hand valve cover, which was leaking oil when I bought it.
If anyone in California is selling a well maintained Q45, please contact me. Ideally, a 1994-1995 in good mechanical shape. Under 125K miles and front seats in good condition are pluses, but not a must. Aftermarket rims are deal breakers, though.