And we continue…
Jesse and Mike from DUB Dynasty brought out their beetle that they’ve been working on for a while now and it’s making some good progress. Still not up and running for obvious reasons but it’s gonna be a gooder when it does!
Progress on the swap that they’re doing…
So clean. Nice wrap job too.
This was cray. I love it but I personally don’t think I could drive in this without getting a broken ass/back/everything.
And you see why lol. The seat backs are virtually non-existent because I don’t think strings or rope count lol.
Kirsten Thurlow’s convertible 240SX with a leopard print going on in the front.
Simple S14 on Work Meister S1’s. Too bad they discontinued these in the bigger sizes. They look nice without the bolts…
Steven’s STI Sedan
An incredibly clean S15 on the new Work CR2P’s. I absolutely loved this build – it’s fresh, it’s new and it’s got a lot of different characteristics you don’t see all too often around here. Hopefully there is more planned to this – I’m looking forward to seeing it. Well done, owner. Well done.
Very well executed RX8. The RX8 chassis is tough to modify nicely. It wasn’t a super popular platform, but going the simple route like this is perfect.
The beastly V8 swapped AE86.
So gooooooooood. ITB’s were awesome.
Jeff Lange’s Corolla was also one of the best cars to come out that day. The restoration that has been done on this car is extensive – a majority of the parts have been replaced with new OEM parts and it’s super close to looking like it just came off the showroom floor.
The interior is super clean.
Lots of the parts have been restored and as you can tell – look pretty damn new. This must be a blast to drive.
The two Corolla’s together. Stock vs highly modified.
Jimmy’s Datsun 240Z. I’ll never get tired of this colour combo.
Giuseppe’s beautiful R32 Skyline with a few new additions. Garage Mak side generators were added which flow extremely well with the car.
A new diffuser fitted up to the rear and this looks fantastic. Just when you thought this car couldn’t get any better, Giuseppe goes and makes it better. Damn Italians…
R34 GTR V-Spec on super concave ZE40’s
And it’s twin…
White S15 on WedsSport SA55M’s
Daniel’s E55 AMG – love the look of this.
Daniel’s M3 with an Advan/Yokohama livery.
This G35 was a quite the attention grabber. It was pretty damn loud rolling in.
Supercharger set up
Clarence and his STI start off the BC gang…
Full Voltex Aero on Velvet Blue Gram Lights.
Rear set up with Voltex V-mount and custom wing stands, Voltex rear diffuser and an Amuse exhaust.
Quincy had a few significant changes as well on his car – one of the most noticeable changes are the ZE40’s in place of the TE37’s…
Also if you look closely, the headlights have also been swapped out for custom 1 of 1 Car Shop Glow headlights…
An up close shot – I didn’t see Quincy at all for a chance to ask for a demonstration but they look damn cool.
The Varis widebody flows all the way through to the back also finished off with an Amuse exhaust.
Dicken’s Varis Widebody Evo X also joined the crew after being freshly finished being put together in BC.
And ending it was Reggie’s Varis x Rocket Bunny FRS
I thoroughly enjoy this look.
One more shot of Quincy’s STI from the front. Too good not to share…
Mario’s Ford Focus ST laid out starting the ThreeTwenty booth…
Another ST in white… I assume to be the Mayo?
And Bill’s Ford Focus Sedan with an ST front end conversion.
Don’s Golf R aired out.
Shane’s Integra still looking good as always
Brooks’ Evo 9 – a familiar sight from HIN.
Blue and yellow Evo’s beside each other.
And to end this part off – A pretty sick kart that the U of C students brought out for the show. They were talking about the specifics of it and it sounded interesting but like I said – I was pretty much dying of heat stroke so I moved on quick…