Chronicles Generation IV – Pics

More of The Chronicles anniversary meet/ show.

Teaser: The Chronicles Anniversary Celebration: IV Years

First off I wanted to say thanks to The Chronicles (Joey) for the invite and open arms to the event. It was great seeing old friends that I haven’t really seen in a long time and some that I’m starting to see a little more often which is always a good thing. Definitely glad that through the years there’s always a bond with friends, even ones you don’t talk to daily. Me and Joey go back more then 10 years now which baffles me sometimes cause it’s just sounds like a long time when it feels like a few years have gone by. I guess true friendship last forever and time just goes by so quickly.

Everyone at the event was super nice and far from the stereotypical Honda scene I always hear about. I’m glad me and the crew were able to make it out and take some pics.

Good seeing everyone at the event and I hope you all enjoy the pics.

VIP meet S13: Mona Lisa

I see this S13 and it’s like seeing the Mona Lisa. It has many different angles and not all something everyone would like. To me every car is a canvas and we put our style and soul into a build. This car definitely has a style and stands out. From the Vip style’d Weds Kranze, widebody to the race inspired interior, it all comes together and I like it>  So, I wanted to share.

Enjoy. 

S13: Wrench time

Today I realized that I haven’t posted in a week sorta neglected the site and I apologize for the lack of updates. I wanted to post up something a little different from the show cars, drift cars or cars with parts some just drool over. Rather, I wanted to share a more of a simple everyday build that someone spent the wrench time and put it together at home while still having street appeal and a track look. I’m not sure if this one hits the track but it looks purpose built.  SR20 under the hood, fitted TE37’s and a clean kit. Very nice. I would probably do without the stickers on the windows but everyone has their own steez.

Enjoy!

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