I know this is not everyone’s cup of tea, but I absolutely LOVE the fitment on this Subie wagon! Or maybe I’m just sold on the Rotiform, Project Mu combo. Either way, I think this car is thoroughly well built as far as craftsmanship is concerned… (i.e. fender fitment), and it’s great to see it on a wagon platform.
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.
I posted some photos of this beautiful GRB before when it was rocking a set of matte black Advan RG-D, it has since moved on to a fresh set of wheels, and here’s the result. Wheels are Enkei PF01 in an unmistakable pink finish, very proper for an STi.
Looks like I’m on a roll with these GRB STis cause here’s another very nicely modded one. This beauty is rocking the relatively new WedsSports SA60m wheels along with some subtle carbon fiber aero to set the car off just right.
I’m sure many of us are not big fans when it comes to wagons, but then comes this monster and feelings quickly changes. One of my favorite GRBs ever, this Varis clad wagon is a car you don’t want to mess with!
Here’s a nice shoot featuring two of the biggest rivals in the history of Japanese sports cars, Mitsubishi’s Evolution, and Subaru’s STi. Here, the GVB STi is rocking a simple look with the help of a set of Advan RS wheels, while the Evo X went all out with mods, which includes a full Ings +1 kit.
I think it’s safe to say that Varis makes some unbelievably good looking AND functional products, and this super sleek looking GRB below is equipped with just that, full Varis/Original Runduce aero package.
Now here is a car that’s built to do what it does best. The Speed Syndicate’s GDB STi is purpose built to do one thing, and one thing only, to decimate all opponents on the track. But not only is this car a track beast, it’s also dressed to impress; from the Volk TE37SLs, to the Karlton fender flares, to the StopTech BBKs, to the beautiful graphite gray paint job, this car is just an unbelievable looker.