Day two of the event saw some cars I previously haven’t seen in the StylizeD show from day one… cars that intrigued me on a very high level. There were two cars in particular that had me admiring their beauty for quite awhile, but before we get into that, let’s start with some other cars from the show.
Photos by MoMoHitsTheSpot!
A few Silvias to get the ball rolling… all three is kept very simple and very clean.
This RB26 swapped E30 looks exceptional, except I wish it wasn’t all “stanced” out.
Clean MKIV on Volk Racing LE28Ns.
A classic look with the R34 Stagea on bronze Volk Racing TE37 wheels.
Volks seem to be the go-to brand of wheels for many cars at the show… just how I like it.
More Silvia S15 love…
Of course, can’t forget the Hondas…
R32 on Nismo LMGT4 looks pretty proper.
You don’t see Foresters this clean very often. This one looks super clean with Work XD9 rollers.
Lovely Trueno on Work Equips.
The TCP Magic front end on this RX7 flows pretty nicely without the other pieces of the kit.
Varis is the attire.
Two gens of GTRs… what’s your pick?
One more look at the double RB swapped Silvias.
This gorgeous NSX was posted front and center by the entrance, a great way to welcome the crowds.
Caught the “GunR33” as it was leaving the show.
This Rocket Bunny V3 86 was part of a trio of cars in a three car showcase by the center of the venue, but this car did not catch my eyes much, so I only took a single photo of it. The other two cars, however, were incredible to say the least.
First up is the sensational Tamon Design S2000 brought out by Concept Garage in Sydney. I just love the color combo of this car that compliments so nicely with one another.
Then there’s this RX7 that I literally couldn’t keep my eyes off of… everything about this car I love, but my favorite aspect is probably the center exit exhaust.
One more look at my personal “winners” of the show!
And on that note, this concludes this portion of my coverage, and probably the last of the StylizeD photos that I have. Although I may have a few “strays” that I’ve over looked, so those might go up on the next post along with the last session of racing. So, like always, stay tuned for more!
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