Hope you guys don’t mind, but here’s another super clean S2k to feast your eyes on. This S2 has got all the JDM fixings that you can ever ask for, from the gloss black TE37 wheels, to the Voltex rear diffuser, to the Spoon front bumper, and to the Bride and Defi clad interior. This thing is just JDM heaven!
If you’re a big follower on JDM tuning, then chances are you’ve heard of the name Garage Mak. They’ve been churning out some sick Nissans over the years, and here is one of their latest creations. Rockin’ their custom Revolution kit, this boosted Z sure packs a punch!
Most of you guys who’s been following my blog or my FACEBOOK page for awhile now knows that I drive an S2000, so naturally, S2ks are a staple on my blog. With that said, here is another clean example of a properly modded S2k. This beautiful NFR is rocking a set of aggressively sized CCW LM20 in a matte black finish, which contrasts quite nicely with the two-toned Mugen hardtop. Then the exterior is finished off with some more aggressive pieces courtesy of a Spoon rear diffuser and a OEM CR front lip. The interior has also been mildly, but tastefully modified with a deep-coned Vertex steering wheel, and a couple of snug Recaro buckets. Although, there were no engine bay shots, I’m sure the motor has also had some nice work done to it given the mods found on other parts of the car, and that unmistakable dolphin tipped J’s Racing exhaust sticking out the back of the car.
Yup, it’s another car from Canada, and yup it’s clean as hell! This is pretty close to what I would describe as the perfect Integra, it’s not overly done up and it’s got the right parts in all the right places. My favorite aspect of this car is of course, the combination of the white Regamasters and the iconic Spoon calipers, just a perfect combo to any Honda.
I don’t think I’ve posted this following car on my blog before because it is quite difficult to find a cleanly modded one, but here is a first. This is possibly one of the cleanest Del Sols ever. It’s rocking all sorts of JDM goodies, like the ultra rare Mugen front bumper and Volk Racing RE30 wheels among other things. This car is truly the epitome of proper Honda tuning.
I know there’s a lot of people out there who’s not a fan of convertible M3s but I, myself, have a definite soft spot for them. This one here is rocking a fresh set of Volk LE37 wheels, CSL accents, and that unmistakable Frozen Grey Metallic paint job, truly a definition of ‘proper’.