I always seem to repeat this notion, but a lot of times keeping things simple goes a long ways. Case in point, this simple and gorgeous JDM Suzuka Blue S2000. With this car, you can literally count the aftermarket parts on one hand, but because these are well chosen parts (i.e. Mugen M7) it makes the car stand out from the rest.
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.
Being in its first year of production, it’s safe to say that there aren’t many modified RCs roaming the streets just yet. But from the few that I’ve seen, this one from Japan ranks at the top of the list for me (Maybe behind the Rocket Bunny). Some might say it’s too much, but I’m loving the Work Emotion CR 2P and the negative camber it brings on this car!
Finally got a chance to sit down and do a blog post. I guess I’ll start the new years with some new pictures of a familiar oldie. It looks like the owner of this beauty decided to change the rear up a bit with a new, higher mounted wing… Me likey!
Similar to the Attack Challenge at Tsukuba, the Attack Kansai event is held at Central Circuit with some of the fastest cars Japan has to offer. Like with my previous post on Tsukuba Challenge, I’m just gonna post up some of my favorite clips, but you guys can always check out the rest on ——–> YOUTUBE