This absolutely gorgeous Type R is one of those great examples of a ride that does not require a killer stance to gain attention. Instead, this beauty uses tasteful, authentic parts from Mugen, J’s Racing and others to break necks.
Simple and clean cars are definite staples on MoMoHitsTheSpot! and this super clean Berlina Black S2k is a prime example. I love the fit of the TE37SLs on this car but the ultra rare Mugen half lip definitely needs time to get use to IMO…
The first question that came to my mind when I saw this set was, “How can you not like, I mean, LOVE these photos. A tastefully modified NSX and a sensational Integra Type R together in one set is just an absolute Honda enthusiast’s dream come true. And the fact that these two are rocking authentic goodies throughout makes this shoot that much better.
Photos by Cullen Cheung, you guys can check out the rest of the set on his —–> FLICKR account.
If you’ve been following automotive pages on Facebook and auto blogs in general, then most likely you heard of a guy named Cullen Cheung. If not, Cullen’s an influential automotive photographer base out of the Pacific Northwest. I’ve been following him on FB and other social networks for quite some time now and he’s shooting some real quality photos with some even higher quality cars. One of his latest shoot is of this spectacular and aggressive JDM NSX on Mag Blue Enkei RPF1s!
Remember to check out more of this set and other photos on his FLICKR
A lot of times you can throw parts together at a car and it would come out decent. But when you want to elevate your build, you must go a step further and really nit pick everything that goes into the car. The thing I love most about this S2000, is the cohesive harmony of all the parts together. You would think that the yellow TE37s would be out of place, but personally, I think it works really well with the silver paint. And the combination of Voltex, ASM, Mugen, etc pieces gives the car a definite aggressive feel.
Alright, finally got done with the rest of the photos, so here they are! The GPWs were out in full force for the meet, so I apologize for the outstanding number of GPW photos compare to others. Hope you guys enjoy!
So, I’m sure most of us have seen or followed car builds that just leaves you with a smile when you see the finished product; car builds that leave no margin for error and with the utmost quality in mind. This S2k below is the epitome of this ideal build.
I’ve been following this build for quite some time now, and the owner finally revealed the finished product a couple days ago on the forum, so I thought it’d be nice to showcase this car on the blog. Let me just say that the parts list on this car would break most of our banks considering it is filled with nothing but quality parts.
You guys can follow the link here for a complete parts list and the full build process —> Bouford ASM
I know I’ve been posting a lot of S2ks lately, but I really can’t help it when there’s so many fresh ones coming out left and right! This one here is another great example of a well modded S2000. You’d notice at first glance that this car is full of JDM goodies, much like most of the cars you see me post up. This beauty is rocking some beautiful authentic pieces in the likes of a Spoon front bumper, Mugen hardtop, J’s Racing rear diffuser, and most notably, those scrumptious SSR SP1s.
So, this past Friday night I went ahead and stopped by a local S2000 weekly meet that I’ve attended quite a few times before, and checked out who made it out. To my surprise, one of my Bay Area friend had actually bought a car from another friend of mine from San Diego, and he happened to drive it out that night. Let me just say that this car is absolutely breathtaking…definitely one of the finest S2000s that I’ve seen, and has always been a favorite of mine. Personally, it’s fitment of those massive 18×10.5 +18 CE28 that makes this car shine over the others. Unfortunately, the lighting was pretty bad in the parking lot, but I did manage to snap a few decent pics for you guys to drool over. Hope you guys enjoy!
Here it is, my first photo shoot of the year! I decided to hit my friend up for a quick shoot of his immaculate S2k painted in a Ferrari Grigio Silverstone livery. Let me just say that this color looks absolutely amazing in person, and those RPF1s in SBC finish definitely complements this color very nicely.