It’s pretty amazing how quickly the E30 M3 became a classic. Aside from it’s solid racing heritage, and flawless drivability, there is something to be said about it’s undeniable styling. In short, it’s timeless, it’s classic, it’s raw, and it’s beautiful. You can be sure that the E30 M3 is on every car enthusiasts list of “must buy before I die”. Miro didn’t take much time scooping up a extremely clean M and made it his own. Miro and his company JSUTAI are very good at building timeless cars, and this is a perfect example of their flawless work. Perfect fitment, subtle mods, custom BSS RS’ done at Jsutai and their personal touch with the Jsutai decal down the side. As you know we are all about the clean aesthetic, and this car screams that timeless design we love to see in of builds. Bravo Miro, bravo!
Now for our side note. We shot this back in the fall, and Miro’s M has gone through some changes and will without a doubt be a show stopper this coming show season, but we sure do have a feeling that this stage of the car will never get old to look at. So Miro, congratulations on your part in automotive history and inspiring plenty of classic builds for years to come. We can’t wait to see what you do next!
If you at all fall in love with this car as we have then give JSUTAI a shout to get your car up to the standards that they use while working on customer cars. Some of the coolest guys on the east coast here willing to change your ride into a unique, rolling neck breaker.
Boy this weekend was intense. I apologize for the lack of posts, but there is still a lot that has to be fixed here in the north east.
I think it’s great when these builders and innovators in the automotive industry get some credit and exposure. When the Rocket Bunny kit for the FRS came out I think we all were in complete shock just from how amazing it looked. Nothing so over the top, but yet it looks like a jet/street-fighter. It takes some real skill to make something like a widebody kit for a brand new car, from scratch. There aren’t many people that can do this. And for that, he earns my respect. I can’t wait to see what he thinks of next.
Seriously, can we take some time to talk about how insane this Rocket Bunny FRS is. I know, it’s on every blog and facebook page, but rightfully so. Most of us knew the FRS/BRZ had a ton of potential, but this Rocket Bunny kit took potential to the next level. Just look at it. It accentuates the body lines perfectly, it’s wide without being gaudy wide, and rocks a racing wing that fits in with the kit perfectly. What more could you want? No serious, all other kits are just downhill from here. haha Just kidding. If I ever meet the creator of this beauty, I will not hesitate to give him a hug. lol
What’s even better is that it looks just as good on 16/17 inch BBS RS’ as it does on 19 inch Enkei’s. True rolling art.
I always give respect where respect is due. Stephen Brooks is easily one of my favorite automotive videographers, so he deserves a post every time he comes out with a new vid. Great editing, great story line, and great shots. Keep it up! Other then that did you guys see the Lotus on BBS RS’ and air ride? It’s like a James Bond remix, but cooler. I’ve wanted to build one since I don’t know how long. Seriously cool car that isn’t going to break the bank. Well the repairs might, but I am some ideas to get around that. hehe
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I’m sure we can all name at least five trends going on right now in the automotive world. Whether good or bad there will always be trends, whether we like it or not. What never trends or goes out of style is oem+. I’m sure everyone knows what it is by now so no need for explanation. It’s always been the approach when I build my cars…simply, classic, timeless. One “scene” I always thought had the oem+ thing down to a science are the Europeans. They put a ton of money into their builds with keeping oem lines and theme. I found a perfect example of this below, from a show out in Europe, this weekend. There are a ton of mods in this car, but you couldn’t tell if you weren’t into dubs. Fresh oem paint, all oem trim, audi door handles, cup mirrors, all red tails, a completely retrimmed interior with an Audi TT dash and baller Recaro seats, and I am sure there is a nutty setup under that hood. No insane widebody and fiberglass dash with 6 subs in the back, but GREAT execution. This truly is a car that will never go out of style.
Except this one. It’s pretty crazy when certain cars trend to popularity. It’s plain crazy that these Volvo’s have gotten as popular as they have. You really cant blame every one because they do look really good when modded right. And some of the 5-cylinder motors sounds absolutely amazing. Many people know this build, and as you can see it was recently painted and absolutely perfect shade of green. This seriously is, the perfect Volvo.
It’s really been a long time, probably a first, that I said, damn this 4-door Civic is DOPE! There are a couple really nice 4-door EK’s around the world but nothing too exciting from the previous generation. This build has been around since the beginning of the season but this is my first time seeing it with a “mild” lip kit on it. It looks pretty damn good if I may say so myself. It has a kind of underlying VIP influence, which I really dig. Simple and clean. Just like it should be.