This car, is one of the first Nissan Silvias imported into Quebec. It’s a Nissan Silvia S13 1989. The owner now had it for 5 years. It’s been his summer car and drift car. Normally, drift cars are all destroyed and have the “drifting style” with zip-ties and destroyed corner panels and are most of the time in a garage because theirs something wrong with it.
Not a new concept although it is the first time I have seen one in person. These pictures are from a local car show I went to a few weeks ago. I took these pictures myself with my D50. This was my first time trying to shoot a show. Sorry if the pics aren’t great.
The swap was clean. I can only imagine what driving this thing is like……heaven is the first thing that comes to mind.
Second up is this godly R34 on BBS.
The rest of the pics will be posted on maraxproject.com be sure to check them out.
I recently saw this Jetta wagon on Motormavens and instantly loved it. If you havent heard fifteen52 yet be sure to check them out.
This quote is from co-owner of the company.
Fifteen52 is better defined by our concept rather than any specific line of products or services. Simply stated, our number one goal is to offer our customers whatever is necessary to make them feel they own truly unique automobiles. Approaching everything we do from an enthusiast perspective, we are a small but dedicated operation that prefers to take each job and each sale on a case-by-case basis. Customer service is our number one priority and our true measure of success is how well we manage to foster a customer’s love affair with his or her vehicle.” -Matt Crooke</blockquoteard
Custom Recaro seats
Audi TT pedals
MOMO club sport II steering wheel
18×8.5 Fifteen 52 Tarmac wheels
Falken FK452 215/35/R18 tires
Air lift slam xl front struts
Air Lift rear bags over Suspension Techniques sport shocks rear
Air Lift Auto Pilot Digital Management System
So this one comes from a shoot my friend did awhile ago. It was our first official photoshoot on Maraxproject.com.
17×10′s all around. with 215/40/17 tires.
The thing that attracted me to this car was the style. No bodykit, no spoiler, just stance.
In my opinion this is the good life. Street art & stanced cars.
I remember back to early 2011 to see a picture showing the future of hellaflush. RIP was wrote as describing the end of a trend. Because when something is trend has its days numbered.
It starts in the US, quickly it spread to UK and circa 2010 hellaflush was within whole Europe and Japan.
They get into the HF and the USDM with awesome cars full of quality, you know business as usual.
But 2012 is looking different, Continue reading
When surfering the internet sometimes you find something that makes you tell; Now that’s actually cool!
It wasn’t easy to find it. In fact you know how hard is to surfer the japanese webs or blogs.
I think that posting this it makes justice to that guy who spent a lot time working for our enjoy.
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