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22 Aug

Stumbled across these pics of one of our customer cars from MA. I know the whole hella-whatever scene isn’t for everyone, but that’s one of the great thing about the hobby. The car is a blank canvas, and we get to mold them into something that we as enthusiasts want. The guys who love how this type of setup looks are no less passionate about their cars as the guys who hit the track every weekend. Just like the American guys have the purists who want to restore a car to factory condition, the perfectionists who want better than new condition, the rat rod guys who use old beer cans for master cylinder resevoirs, and everything in between. There is room for everyone. If you love your car, and you work hard to turn it into something you want, with quality parts, then it’s all good to us. Pics courtesy of Jesse Godin

I don’t think Corey (owner) necessarily wants me to spill the guts about the specs, but they are the venerable Work Meister S13P in gold, 19’s 🙂 They took awhile to get in from Japan, as it was a totally custom order, and not the usual specs, but the net result was well worth the wait I think. The clean white exterior with the contrast of the gold works so well, and Meisters and 350Z’s are like peanut butter and jelly. Corey also was outfitted with the full range of SPL alignment parts, allowing him to dial in the camber and toe to whatever he wanted.

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Evo Content

22 Aug

Just a couple nice shots I found of Naj’s and Daniel’s cars from the Stanceworks meet a few weeks back. Looking sweet and props to the photographer!