Tag Archives: Meister

Latest Styles from Work Wheels

3 Jan

Work Wheels Japan has been hard at, well, work, on new styles and manufacturing processes as of late. Here are their latest offerings

For full details on each, just click the picture

New Work Meister Wheels for 2011

14 Jan

Work continues to expand their Meister lineup for 2011 with 2 new wheels – the S1R and M1R. Both are 2 piece wheels using low pressure cast center disk with a spun forged barrel. They come in a wide variety of 18 inch sizes only (18×7.5 to 18×11.5) and custom offsets. Available in silver, black or bronze centers, and polished or bronze lips and custom bolt patterns are available.

Bagged

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.

Aging Gracefully…

18 Jun

A pristine NSx on Meisters

MRTweezy @ Hellaflush 5

8 Jun

We’ve been on a little bit of an MR2 kick as of late at the shop, so I found it fitting to post this picture taken by a member of my350z.com. The shot was taken by Calin Crecan at the Hellaflush 5 show.

More Pictures >>> HERE!

964 RS Clubsport putting in that Work…

12 Jan

Meisters making an old school look better than a lot of these young whippersnappers out here.

Wyclef says it all in this classic hit. Listen to the Chorus…

For Sale: Work Meister S1-3P (Lightly Used)

17 Nov

Up for sale is a set of lightly used Work Meister S1-3P. Sizes are 19×9.5 +24, O disk up front, and 19×11 +22, A disk out back. These came from us originally, and were on Shaun’s car for a few months. They only have a few thousand miles on them. The front tires are in as-new condition, rears could stand to be replaced (twin turbo’s + a VQ = frequent tire purchases!). They are in fantastic shape – no damage, no scratches. They are also assembled using the rarer black rivets. Tires are 265/30/19 up front, 305/30/19 out back, Potenza RE050A, and we are letting them go with our without the tires.

SOLD!

So I’m Having this Dream, I’m in a Turbo Z…..

6 Nov

The other day we get an email from a nice guy down in Alabama looking for some Bride seats.  We exchange emails a few times, and it turns out he has a Z32 Twin Turbo.  We got to talking, and I asked for some pics of the car, since it’s not too often that you see a Z32 that would be worthy of such a seat, but this one surely is!  This is one clean looking car.  Just has your basic bolt on stuff for now, but man, what a ride.  Work Meisters really set it off well…a classic wheel that never gets old.  The Z32 Twin Turbo was truly ahead of it’s time, and even though it’s been nearly 20 years since it first debuted, I think the overall styling of the car remains clean and fresh, and not outdated.  I’ll update the pics once the seats are installed !

And for those that didn’t get the title of this post, here is the commercial that it’s from…..I believe it only ran one time during the 1990 Superbowl – and directed by Ridley Scott (pretty cool!)