I think we all have thought about it for a second or two. What would a uber exotic car look like “stanced”? Sometimes you think, there must be ONE guy that can afford an exotic and like stanced out cars too. Here are two photoshops of Ferrari’s and what they might look like dropped on some popular BBS’.
So a couple weeks SNTRL and True Driving wen’t to a meet right in the middle of Manhattan. Umali throws a Halal meet a couple times a year, and with the success of the past few I decided to film and put together a short video of our experience. It was a great night considering it was the weekend of the 9/11 anniversary. I really hope everyone likes it. We are learning as we go and hope to pump out some great video for everyone.
Again, I apologize for the break in coverage, but here is part 2 of my IA meet. This post is going to cover the actual meet and the standout’s. This was my first “official” IA event, and although I knew it would be nothing like the show in Nashville, I had some high expectations.
Here is a pretty poor shot of the Unique Auto line-up.
I was walking around pretty randomly that day. This Lotus caught my eye first. I always wanted one and to see it in person with a nice set of Advans got me on Autotrader right after I got home.
This was interesting. A Skyline R32 with a LS swap.
I was really surprised how good the GS looked with 7-series wheels.
Subaru Forester on Corvette wheels. Gotta say, I like it.
Toyota Solora on some fake wheels. Not news worthy but it looked shockingly good, for what it is.
Absolutely loved everything about this hatch. Real SiR on legit Work Equips and a shaved bay.
Notice the raised shock towers, for extra lowness.
Never thought I would see this custom widebody S2K in person. Pretty intense.
Really clean EG with K20 powerplant and CCW’s.
Wound up falling in love with E38’s after seeing this at H2O a week later on some sick OZ wheels. Wound up on Autotrader again haha.
A couple of nice white Integra’s.
One of the nicest 300z’s I’ve seen in person. Clean!
Couple more proper cars.
Starting to love these classic Merc’s. Back on eBay! lol
One of my favorite’s from the show. Toyota Cressida with a 1JZ swap. Gangster!
This picture doesn’t do this car justice. Nismo 350z slammed on Advan’s. Damn does it look good.
As you can see there was a lot of quality at the show.
A beautiful GS with another JZ swap.
I REALLY liked this Accord on CCW’s. It just sat so right. I was trying to get a shot of the front, but these thugs were blocking the shot, so I moved on. lol
The ultra stanced, ultra low Miata that everyone loves to hate.
Was really digging this M45.
Here is a picture of the UA fit, only because I missed him in the lineup.
I’ll leave you with my attempt to be artistic. Hope you guys like it. All of the pictures were un-edited.
The first Hellaflush popping up in the UK during the drift allstars event. I always like hearing about events expanding and going to placed it’s never been before. It’s more proof of how the automotive enthusiast community is ever growing.
Finally back and rested up from the most epic weekend of the year, H2O. I’m going to hit you guys with a couple videos before I continue with my event coverage.
I think I have posted up every one of Stephen Brooks’ videos, but they are too good to be ignored. This one is of the recent Players show, which simply means quality.
I’m going to try and post this up before I leave for H2O weekend, but I have so much going on it’s ridiculous. Import Alliance turned out to be a really fun trip. I wound up damaging my rear bumper two nights before the show do I rolled with Kenny in his Evo with Edwin. With an exhaust leak we made it down to Baltimore, although I lost a hat on the way taking pictures from the car. I’m going to have to keep this coverage fairly short, so on to the pictures.
Some shots rolling out to the show.
We arrive in Baltimore, around the show area to clean up the cars.
Soon after the cops came and told us we were in the worst part of town. So we quickly got is our cars and were escorted to the show. haha
Guys I really do apologize for the lack of content but it’s really late and I have to get up super early to work on the car. H2O is all I car about at this point. I’ll have part 2 and H2O coverage starting monday. Until then…
Yet another great video from the great Stephen Brooks. So much to say about the videography. The car itself is absolutely beautiful. The setting is perfect. Uh, just watch it.
Before I start this post let me clear something up. I was recently corrected on a mistake I made on a previous post, which is fine. I would be upset too, if someone thought my wheels were fake as well. BUT I have no reason to bad mouth a car or it’s drivers decision. I didn’t make this blog to talk trash. I made it to share things I come across that would interest my viewers. If I don’t know something, I’ll say it. I love cars. Nothing else matters.
Back on track. I was looking through the pictures from Sessions Plantinum VIP Fuji Speedway Meet and found MANY amazing VIP cars. One really stood out to me in particular.
I think it’s the combination of the color, along with the super cambered rear wheels. There is just so much right going on with this car. The subtle radius fenders is a mod not really known in the states, but I have a feeling it will be catching on soon. This is one of those, damn I wish we had this car in the states, moments.
Wagons should not be attractive. But in their unattractiveness us car enthusiasts find something powerfully attractive. Love of the wagon is proven here with a normal 3-series completely converted to M3 spec. If you don’t know the M3 is my favorite lineage of cars, so when you add the beautifully odd styling of a wagon with the sexy masculinity of the M3 you have a combination that is hard to beat. I don’t have much info on this build, but it definitely looks like it was done right. Add a drop and a set of classic Rotiform wheels and your good to go.
As some of you may know, I am absolutely obsessed with the Worthersee tour. I gather about 200+ pictures from the event every year. I found this series of videos of Low Familia when they were out in Worthersee for the tour. These guys build some of the nicest volkswagens, so it makes this a must watch.
It really is beautifully put together.