Fatlace Ben Sopra needs no introductions …
I think this was 1 of 2 S2000’s I saw at the show.
This FD3S was mean looking, Loved the look.
This Merc totally caught me off guard. Didn’t think much of it besides ey look super clean classic car. Till I walked over to the front of the car and saw the hood up and what i found under the hood O.o WOW!
Wasn’t the model that WOW’d me but …
The 2JZ-GTE fitted in the engine bay!!! There’s wasn’t many mods to the stock 2JZ but it was nice to see it in an old Merc style Benz. The car also was sporting a face lift interior. IS250 dash gauges and center console fit just perfect in the car. Wish I had more photos but memory card problems = FAIL and pictures didn’t come out. 😦
Balance of extreme and subtle details on the NSX are so clean that I had to share. Obvious kit and wing would be the extreme mods but if you look closely at the air duct for engine cooling and roll cage that goes over the engine through a plexi-glass rear window is just subtle and clean. Love cars like this that take pride in looks, power and take the time to make subtle touches that not many people would notice.
This car has been in the timelines on Facebook since it’s debut at SEMA and for that reason I thought it best for it to have it’s own post. Liberty Walk aka LB Performance has done it with this one and it’s a car that you have to see in person. The car is beautiful. I’ll let the photos do the talking.
I wanted to do a little change up from the SEMA coverage. I’m sure everyone’s a little bored of it.
I thought this was a pretty bad ass find and not something we see a lot of, specially in the states.
A normally 600cc Kei car this Honda Beat is equipped with a B16 and some pretty clean aero by Back Yard Special add some sticky tires and voila makes for a huge difference. I’m sure this car is fun to take around the track.
Check it out.
I thought we’d have more SEMA coverage but we had some technical difficulties with memory card failure and forgetting to bring a back up memory card we probably only have one more part of the SEMA coverage. So a total of 4 parts of SEMA before we move on to new topics. These are a few pics from the cars that had outdoor spots and sick! I honestly wish we had more time. We really missed a lot of cars since we only had a few hours to walk the show but we hope that you the fans enjoy the coverage.
Wheels are too dark in my opinion looks like the cars floating but in person the car looks goooood! Skyblue worked on this EVO
This Genesis was Legit! Loved the small touches and color matching
Didn’t see too many S2000’s at the show so it was nice to see a few.
HAHA.. I don’t think too many other blogs showed this colorful bus but it was definitely eye catching
Apparently this was built in China and brought over to display. Very different .
This looked bad ass. Didn’t look like it was finished in time for the show but concept looks very nice. Wonder what it would look like complete?
Love old school Porsche’s and this one caught my eye! It was nice to see something a little different done to a Porsche rather then the norm which seems to be RWB kitted and fitted. Don’t get me wrong I love RWB but just nice to see something different .
Seeing that we were limited on time we didn’t get to see the entire car show and i’m sure we missed a lot of the hyped FR-S/BRZ’s out there but the ones we came across looked pretty bad ass. I wish I got to see the one built by the homies at Platinum VIP/ Phantom Garage and the Iforged one but I totally missed out. These are the ones that caught my eye and stood out to me while walking the halls.
Well I know it’s pretty late and I’m sure everyone has seen all or most of the nicest rides of SEMA but we wanted to bring our coverage to you anyway. We only attended SEMA one day because we didn’t have the luxury of going more days (darn work). We pretty much drove up after work the day before SEMA ended. So we knew we’d have a full day of work ahead of us Friday. Seeing that we had to wake up early for the last day we head over for registration to pick up our passes for the day and our luck they couldn’t find our name for media. Since we were pressed for time we asked how much it was to go into the event as a spectator. Who knew it was $75 for a day? Technically its $75 for the four day pass but seeing that we were there the last day thought they’d gives us a break. WRONG! Haha it wasn’t their fault but we decided to wait it and have them look for our Media passes again. Luckily enough they did find our registration and thus began our day. I won’t jibber jabber too much but I wish we could have gone for a few days rather then rush the coverage into one day but there’s always next year.