Day four was the shortest for me, I regret that I only discovered Toyo Tires awesome treadpass as I was leaving as it may have had the sum total of the coolest metal at the event. Enjoy day four:
The bread and butter of any good Import Alliance meet: the Honda Civics!
Clean and simple, a good example of the popular style right now.
Some nice details on the EK Coupe: 5 lug swap, Prelude wheels (with the rears going the wrong way) Projectors, etc.
I know there’s not much done, but I like how aggressive this one looks, I like the color and it was so clean!
It’s amazing what a drop and a good set of wheels will do! Why don’t more people mod beige cars?
J lines again!
Like K swaps?
Much more to come!
Then got some body work:
A whole ton of fab work later, it got to this:
It got painted, and showed:
Then some fresh paint and carbon fiber, along with new wheels, and finally got to shred some tires:
BMW M3 on OZ racing wheels:
BMW M3 widebody on color matched wheels:
Liking this color scheme:
BBS RK’s on this E30 M3:
Classic HRE’s work well with the E30 M3’s lines:
White on white, BBS RK’s, factory widebody, what’s not to like?
Black on black with late model wheels:
Rota RB-R’s look awesome with the pumped up fenders!
BBS RS: A timeless classic that works on any euro auto!
A hint of JDM with the carbon hood and Advan RGII:
Not sure what wheels these are, maybe BBS RF?
Ford Focus on Cobra R wheels:
And a ZX3 Focus on Cobra R wheels
This thing was featured in Super Street Magazine, and I’m not sure if it ever turned a wheel in anger, but here are some of the highlights:
Full engine build
5 lug big brake kit with rear disc conversion
Work Meister wheels
Cantilever rear suspension
and the list just goes on…