Finally got around to all the photos I took from almost two weeks ago, so here is the final set of photos from that weekend. For this set, the event was called Rev Fresno. It was the first time this particular show/meet was held and I must say that I didn’t expect such a big turn out for the event. But given the nit-picky nature of myself, I opted to just snap a very limited amount of photos of the most notable cars in attendance. With that said, enjoy what I have!
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.
Came along this super clean Voltex wagon today, so I thought I’d snap a few photos of it with my phone. Please excuse the horrible quality of the photos but it was the best I could do under the harsh midday sun. Also, just in case you were wondering, the wheels are Work 11Rs.
Taking a step back from the “normal” car posts, I’ve decided to showcase this bad ass 1/24 scale Rocket Bunny FT86…equipped with a LS2! One of the things that caught my eyes about this build is the quality and accuracy of every detail, from the actual RB kit itself, to the Enkei GTC01RR and the out of the box LS2 swap. This thing is just model car perfection at its finest.
The Subaru Legacy wagon, a car that you seldom see modified by anyone. But there’s always the few who support and modify a less sought after platform. With that said, this third gen Legacy on Work Meisters is quite possibly the finest of its kind.