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…
I absolutely love the way this wide bodied STi looks! This thing is rocking a mixture of parts that surprisingly works really well with each other. The exterior alone consists of Varis fenders, Chargespeed fender breaks, Chargespeed hood, Kakumei rear spoiler, Ganador mirrors, BBS LMs and a host of parts from all sorts of manufacturers.
This is definitely one of the best looking STis I’ve seen lately. I think my favorite aspect of this car has got to be the rear quarter view. The combination of the Voltex rear diffuser, the unmistakable Do-Luck rear spoiler, the Karlton over fenders and the Rotiform SJCs makes for an absolute killer look.
I’ve always loved slammed and fitted STIs, but I think I prefer a track-ready one just a little bit more. And this STI definitely fits the bill. The thing I love most about this car is how menacing it looks with just a few well selected mods. (Most notably, Karlton fender flares + Work XD9)
So, as the title suggests, I had the pleasure and opportunity to shoot this immaculate RHD Bugeye over the Memorial Day Weekend. Unfortunately the sun was glaring down on us pretty hard, so I had to make due with the lighting that we had. But the shoot came out good, so I’m happy with the results.
One of the things that I love about this car is of course, the RHD conversion, which is pretty much the ultimate step in JDM bling. I was also told that this is one of the few if only fully RHD converted Subie, meaning there’s no spliced wires, missing RHD pieces or other gimmicks. Truly a one-of-a-kind build.
Another thing that I really, REALLY love about this build is Chris’ choice in using all authentic pieces. I mean, this guy has gone through over 3 sets of wheels in a set of Advan TCII (As seen in Import Tuner), a set of Enkei NT03, and now TE37SL.