Not too sure I like the idea of having a blog that doesn’t include a write-up. I mean, not to knock any of the awesome blogs that do. But in reality it just makes it like any other of the thousands of blogs and facebook pages out there. Seriously, there are 10’s of thousands out there. It’s crazy. Just my 2 cents. Anyway’s I came across this “digital image” and thought it was really dope. I wonder if there is a guy out there making like thousands of these. I would if I had these skills. Seriously, you could see exactly how a car looked before you built it. Pretty cool. I’ve always had a soft spot for the FC, but these widebody kits are just out of this world. There are a couple of these built in reality but I can see these getting really popular. And take a look at those Work’s! Hot Damn!
I think in the tuner world we can all call the S13 a classic car. Although it isn’t all too old, there is no denying it is a staple in the sport compact world. Combining great looks with almost infinite mod capabilities, and the popularity of drifting, it is easy to see why it has become so popular. Many know that I have never been a fan of body kits, but like many things body kits are coming back in a huge way. But now it isn’t about gaudy and ridiculous kits that completely ruin the lines of the car. Now, we are seeing a ton of kits that accentuate and complement OEM lines. A kit I have fallen in love with is the Spirit Rei 180sx kit. It seems to give the car sleeker, moderns line while still keeping a very classic and aggressive looks. It is definitely at the top of my list of favorite 180sx kits. Mated with a set of beautiful Work Meister’s, set in a classic red on silver combo and you’ve got a winner all around. I have some serious amounts of want for this thangggg.
Sometimes I really don’t get executive decisions made by major car companies. I guess we never really see the whole story, but there are always cars that are made, but never sold in the states. Cars that we would go absolutely crazy over. Car that WE DO go crazy over, and beg manufacturers to bring them to this country by creating threads on forums with hopes that someone, anyone would actually see that the car is actually wanted. Sure we look over the millions of dollars in crash test’s and so on, as well as the loss on sales of other cars, but isn’t the end all to make money? I digress. The car I am speaking of this time is the 2013 Toyota Mark X. Yes, it sure does look the same size of the Camry, but it looks 1000x’s better then any current Toyota (possibly excluding the FRS). Heck, throw on a set of wheels and a drop, and you have a serious head turner/daily driver. So toyota, WHY?
I really fell in love with the red EG hatch that was around in Georgia for IA. When you think about it, it’s really crazy how low these guys are running these cars. It’s amazing that they can get them that low in the first place. I came across this absolutely beautiful white EG on white Work Meister’s and really thought it was perfect. So clean. So simple. I’m not a huge fan of tints but I can easily look past it.
I had a chance to check out the Fiat 500 at the NY auto show a couple weeks ago, and I have to say, it’s a lot bigger then you might think. It’s more Mini Cooper sized then Smart Car sized. Came across this photo and I have to say it’s looks good modded. From what I can gather this is a Abarth edition is Europe. Don’t know if a more expensive Fiat will sell we’ll in the states, but it sure does look good. The drop and Work Meister wheels also help aesthetically.
Who would have thought that you could make a Mazda MPV soccer mom van could look this good? Of course only a Japanese could pull of such a thing. This was taken in the USDM jam in Japan. Its basically a show where a bunch of people mod their cars with “USDM” style. I think they pull it off better then we do lol. De-badged and slammed on some Work Meister wheels. I gotta be honest. I’d rock it!
I came across this on Stancenation and thought it was super cool. The Z4 isn’t too much of a popular car. So seeing a modded one is pretty rare. This example looks REALLY good slammed on 3-piece Work Meister wheels. After seeing this I would love to see more like this. And with the M Z4 carrying the M3 motor it must be a great driver as well.