I know this is just my opinion, but there’s just something about Japanese tuned cars that just seems to make them edge out their American or worldwide counterparts. Maybe it’s the fact that most Japanese tuned cars don’t go overboard with crazy amount of camber and fitting the widest wheels possible. They rather focus on obtaining good and functional parts, the best of the best, like magnesium Volk TE37s instead of regular TE37s… of course I’m only applying it to this post but you get the idea…
The words “pristine” and “240SX” usually never go hand in hand, that is, unless it’s this JDM S14. Rocking a mixture of BN Sports wide fenders and URAS bumpers, this S14 is as pristine as it gets. Other notable parts around the car includes those gorgeous Work Seeker CX wheels, Bride driver/passenger seats, fully gutted and caged interior, and a set of HKS Hipermax coilovers to keep the car planted.
I LOVE clean, simple, and tastefully modded cars and this Nismo Z33 is the epitome of what I’m talking about. A simple drop and a set of Volk TE37SLs is all that’s needed for this Z to standout from the rest. Of course, the aggressive Nismo aero makes a statement on its own!
Ahhh, the NSX, one of my favorite Japanese sports car of all time. Although I’m glad that Honda is keeping that name alive with the new production model, the old NA1 and 2s still holds a special place in my heart. Of course we all can agree that the NSX looks amazing straight from the factory, a little tasty modification never hurts. With that said, would you prefer the Burn-Up kit or the Sorcery kit?
I’m pretty sure most of you are familiar with the top-of-line Subaru Impreza WRX STi. But I’m also sure that most of you have no idea just how many variations and limited editions of said STis there are. One of the most exclusive (Limited to 200, Japanese Spec only), is this Tangerine Orange Pearl Type RA NBR Challenge Package. Now, personally, I’d be afraid to mod a limited edition of any car, but I’m all game for some subtle mods to make the car yours.
I know I always say certain cars are the greatest of all time and what not, but damn, I seriously think this Legacy from Japan is one of the greatest wagons I’ve ever seen. I mean, modding a station wagon is one thing, but putting things like Alcon BBKs and Advan GTs on it is just something wild!