I’m guessing the owner of this car has an infatuation for D cups? If it means something else.. Well? Yah he’d have to explain that one. I wanted to bring another beautiful build from across the pond. This time you can see below it the timeless RX7 FD3S aka Dcups (according to the license plate). I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves.
Side note: We have Eibach Coverage coming soon! Keep checking in for the update.
Browsing the world wide interweb I stumbled on this simple and clean FD3S Mazda RX-7 and loved the look so much i wanted to share with you guys. Complete Custom Wheels [CCW] and good clean (still functional) drop and voila. It’s as good as gold. I was looking for more info on the car or even an engine bay shot but these few pics are all I could find. Hopefully I’ll stumble on some more info later and share more about this car again later.
Photo creds to D.Atkinson
I think i can let the pictures below speak for themselves. Definitely a trip seeing what crazy ideas people come up with to modify their FDs when stock body the car looks bad ass. To each their own and it’s just a part of tuner lifestyle to want to stand out and be unique.
And the conversion that had me most surprised !
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. 😦
Interesting back round on this car basically guy had a rx7 in the UK… had a tuner there do some work which they f**ked up some how and it went up in a big ball of flames…
The guy then got a dealer in japan to look for a car for him and through some tuners insurance (wish we had that here), plus some of his own money had this built in japan then shipped back to him…
Here are some shots of the car before it was featured the UK Speedhunters had it featured.