A few pics I snapped at a local meet not long ago. I’ve seen this car around town. Finally I was able to see it up close and take some pictures. The owner was kind enough to move it away from the show for a bit, so I could get the shots.
1993 EJ1 (CDN-Spec) Si Coupe
- Built 81.5mm B18c-GSR.
- Pistons and rods 9.8:1 CP/Eagle.
- Mfactory Built LS trans.
- 4.9 Final Drive, LSD & carbon synchro’s.
- GSR cylinder head,
- Supertech 5000 series springs/retainers.
- ITR camshafts.
- 4″ Downpipe, Tial v44, 50mm BOV.
- 22x10x4.5 S-max FMIC.
- Tuned Hondata S300/91
Last Saturday as I said in the last post I went to Valencia for an amateur drifting event. And what?
My surprise was to found this on the public parking outside the “track”. It is just a Chaser I know, but is not easy to find one here in Spain.
The other weird thing is when you noticethat the car has plates of Finland, country that is far far away from here.
Here is the point. One of the most well designed cars that due to its configuration has no much love. This is a non RWD car and as you know, people is just looking for RWD cars nowadays.
But if you are a fan or were of Fast&Furious you love or loved the Eclipse. Maybe you liked and after a while you hate it.
I now that you I grow up on the automotive culture and are a little bit less hater than a couple of years back, this car really deserves your attention.
Custom Noblesse style front bumper
Custom sideskirt & rear bumper
Hydroholics Hydraulics Suspension
Modulare M15 20×9 20×10
Ksport 8 pot 6 pots big brake kit
JP Fusa, JP curtains
Custom leather + suede with diamond stiching interior
Pioneer HU, 2 Rockford Subs, 2 4 channel amps, 1 2 Channel amps
Photo by: hawknpoke.com
This 82′ Vw Rabbit is everything I love about car builds and owning classic cars. The uniqueness, community, simplicity, and personality.