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:
Another round of unlikely heroes of the Salt:
Starting this off is the Mitsubishi Evo’s older brother, the Galant VR4.
Opel GT looking ready to attack!
This rarely seen gem is an old Saab 99.
Another Saab, the Sonett.
Even a Studebaker Avanti came out!
One of the great things about Bonneville is the sheer variety of vehicles that run. Check out this Subaru Justy!
Can you guess what this is? A Triumph Spitfire in all it’s aerodynamically modified glory.
Volvo’s can run too. Just ask this awesome Volvo P1800.
The Jetta hybrid’s distant relation, the Kharman Ghia.
GE8 Honda Fit on BBS LM:
Race ready or pavement scraping, BBS LM go well on everything, just check out this slammed Infiniti Q45: This FD3S RX7 has been all over the internet lately, and for good reason: BBS LM’s, slammed stance, clean aero!
Toyota Chaser on BBS LMs:
Only dynamic suspension can get a car up on 3’s on flat ground. This bug shows us how it’s done!
These guys march to the beat of a different drum:
Ford Faimont Rally cross?
A collection of images from The East Coast Fitment Festival in Concord, NC.
This Pontiac looked slammed in more ways than one.
I love these fender flares, I would definitely use these if I had an E36!
Mustang Mach 1 wheels on this Nissan 300ZX looked good.
This paint was crazy, it had a ton of pearl or flake or something in it.
Not a fan of this paint job, but at least it was well executed.
Why orange grille and wheels? Because racecar.
The fitment this Evo was rocking was pretty impressive. I love these deep dish Work wheels.
JDM front bumper on this Infiniti M series looked good… I liked his flag too.
R32 Skyline wearing a Veilside kit was a treat.
More to come!