We’re at the halfway point! I know some of you are probably like “why doesn’t this guy just post the whole thing?” Well, for one thing – it would ruin the suspense; two – I would run out of content real fast; and three – there’s like 100’s of photos and each batch deserves their own time on this damn page for at least 24 hours!
BTW – thank you everyone for the shares and the comments! I love it! Keep it going…
Aaron’s R32 on bronze/bronze Meister 3PC. Looking great.
Charlie’s Supra looking fantastic. Another one of my favourites at the show – looks great with the red wrap and the Ridox/Shine aero. The carbon accents work well – I enjoy this look more than the white wrap he had last year.
I’m not – and never have been – a fan of bugeyes but this tickled my fancy. Maybe it was how well the paint looked or the Meister combo but this was nice and simple. Well done.
An aggressive 350Z in a lighter rootbeer colour and gold wheels. I dig.
The matte blue/purple wrapped STI that we’ve seen a few years now. Still one of the cleanest wrap jobs and nicer colours I’ve seen.
This AE86 rolled in a bit later, but still cool as hell. I wish I had one to park next to the FRS…
Gabriel’s Integra taking up a premium spot all to himself. Looked fantastic.
Moving over into the other lot for a bit… There were a ton of people there that it was hard to take pictures at all… And you all know me…
Anyway… the beetle I was behind at roll in…
A dumped and matte wrapped BRZ with a RB V1 GT wing on Gram Lights. I think I’ve seen this brotha on Deerfoot one day.
Brandon’s Varis Evo X
Garrett’s Miata looking clean as ever coming from Edmonton
Bill’s fresh-out-the-shop ST-swapped sedan. Quite an amazing swap, really. The first SE sedan to have the ST turbocharged engine put into it and Bill (and friends) did it all in record time in his garage.
I think the more notable fact of all this is that the engine was the salvaged heart of Mario’s previous ST that was involved in a car crash. Many parts were taken from it and revived in some form in Bill’s car – of course, engine included. I guess you can say that Ketchup (Mario’s ST) lives on in Mustard (Bill’s Sedan) and that the two condiments really do go together (HA).
Propped up hood to show the new heart.
Mario’s new Ford Fiesta ST. The mini-me version of the Focus – following the same style and look as his ST, Ketchup now lives on as Sriracha.
Clean Toyota Chaser. There isn’t enough of these…
John’s R34 4-door sedan on Work Kiwami’s from Funky Garage
Ross’s R34 on aggressive ZE40’s from Edmonton
Bro truck. I’d still drive one.
Some clean Silvia’s in the coming line up. I believe 51Fourteen was kind of split up.
Mitch’s S14 on Meister 2PC
Ya dig!? Part 4 tomorrow!