The Japanese sure knows how to go crazy as far as modifying their cars go and this super widebody Evo is no exception. I’m pretty sure this is not the first time I’ve posted this Evo on my blog before, but this craziness is now rocking some color matching Hyper Forged C10 wheels that looks absolutely stunning in contrast to the custom widebody.
Sure, it’s another Voltex Evo…..but this one is a bit different…this thing also has quite a bit of Varis products mixed in as well, and I’m not talking about the basic shit. I know I constantly make bold statements on here, but this is probably one of the best “mixed-use” Evo I have ever seen. I absolutely LOVE the combination of the Voltex Cyber front bumper with the wide Varis side steps and rear diffuser/vortex generators. Also, who can forget those iconic TE37SLs. But the real kicker for this particular Evo is its paint job. I mean, the gold flakes on black is just mesmerizing!
This one is gonna be a shorter post cause I wanted to group the last of the full car shots together here. I have one more post after this which are more of the close-up, detail oriented photos that I shot with my new 50mm prime lens. So, stay tuned for that.
Creative Auto Lab and LowerStandards teamed up again this year to host their 2nd annual summer meet in Fresno, CA. At first I wasn’t going to make the three hour drive down from the Bay Area just for the meet but ended up spending the weekend there visiting family and friends as well, so everything worked out.
As far as the meet goes, there were quite a few cars in attendance but they were scattered in different lots and I was too lazy to walk around in the scorching heat. But, I did snap some photos from the main lot which I have posted below. Enjoy!
Even the PoPo tried to come through and ruin the meet…
Spotted this exceptionally clean Evo at a recent Lower Standards meet and decided to get a closer look at it. And upon closer inspection, I realized that this beautiful car was built by someone who clearly knows their parts. Then, among the host of authentic parts such as those fitted Work XD9s, there’s a Hello Kitty sticker and a license plate that said “GabyEvo”…..putting two and two together, this car was clearly “lady driven.”
Voltex equipped Evos are cars that I will never get tired of; as long as you paint the pieces and have them fitted correctly, your car is bound to look good. Then you slap on a set of aggressively sized track wheels like Enkei RPF1s and you’ll have yourself an absolute stunner.
Not often do you see an Evo on bags, and most would probably hate on it, and for good reason. But I think I have a soft spot for this particular Evo X, or maybe it’s just those perfectly tucked Work Kiwamis that does the trick for me…