My VW fanboyhood ended shortly after my GTI’s warranty. It just took a little while to admit it.
I think I've only see one of these in person before, and there's a solid chance it was this one.
Check out Advanti DST wheels. They’re made using the same flow forming process, licensed from Enkei. I just got some for my car. 19x8.5 fronts and 19x9.5 rears are both under 22 lbs each.
spun aluminum wheels
I can’t recommend anything in particular, but I’ve always been partial to 5 spoke, simple designs. And no chrome - ‘97 SHO had otherwise very nice chrome wheels.
Those Mayans drove some sweet rides.
I drove out to Houston and shot another roll of some pretty stunning Art Deco cars and Motorcycles at the MFAH. (All images Tri-X pushed to 800)
Spring is here, or at least it is supposed to be. That means it’s time once again for the annual Fredericksburg Toyota Meet.
Nah, headlight thread.
I love the back end of the E32 7 Series. I mean, I love the whole thing, but I’ll choose it’s rear for this question.
Back before graduating H.S. in 1998, I asked my dad to get a Toyota. We went to the dealership and I saw a Supra, got totally denied. When I asked for a 4Runner, his exact response with thick spanish accent “Stoopid! Dats for de people dat live on de farms. We live in Jersey City, not Jersey Farm”
Yo how the bass ride out like an ancient mating call
No I don’t encounter many stance-bros in my travels....but I do get “So when you gonna chip it?” all the damn time.
Dropped off my Miata at a local Mazda/rotary specialist shop on Friday for a timing belt/water pump job and this beauty of an RX-7 was sitting at the shop. Sheet metal widebody, roll cage. Apparently it was part of some rich dude’s private car collection. He recently died and his widow sold this and a few other cars…
So MF Doom made a mashup with Sade. The whole mixtape is out for download here for free!
Needs more Pontiac mullet
To be fair, though, the ones in front of the doors would only have to be a tiny bit bigger to get away with being air vents for something.
Well.. It’s been a while, and this is long overdue. So let me cut to the chase... ENGINES.
And considering that the car itself is pretty much impossible to find nowadays in the first place, the book itself is even worse than that!!! 44 pages of pure rotary turboing experimentation :)