I didn’t really plan on visiting ASM earlier this year but me and the girlfriend was in the area for the Cup Noodle Museum, so I decided we should swing by just to check it out. The last time I visited ASM was way back in October of 2017, so it’s definitely been a minute. You guys can check out the post from my 2017 visit HERE if you’re interested! I’m not gonna get into too much details in this post since I’ve written about ASM before, so this is pretty much just an updated photo gallery for you guys to enjoy.
Photos by MoMoHitsTheSpot!
The storefront pretty much remained the same throughout the years, with the Recaro displays taking center stage.
Lots of quality products are on display as usual… if you’ve got the dough, you can buy these items as well.
ASM loves them Toda components.
I think this is one of the best showrooms you’ll ever see at an aftermarket tuning shop. If you’ve never been here, it’s definitely worth the trip just to soak it all in.
The retired ASM #1 attacker is proudly on display in the showroom. When it was still competing in events, it was a bit difficult for visitors to check out the car since it’s usually in the garage area.
The parking lot is always dotted with gems, and it’s different every time I come here which makes visiting on multiple occasions kinda worth it.
Since the retirement of their time attack car, they’ve been putting their focus on fine tuning their AP2 street demo, which I had the pleasure to be up close and personal with it… you can check out the video below and see what I’m talking about!