More from MDMVisuals.
This year we decided to stay an entire week at Ocean City. It was well worth it. The extra days were awesome as H20i actually felt like a vacation for once. The house we stayed at sucked though. I swear my stuffed nose was from mold. No big deal, most of the time was spent mobbin up and down the strip, even before the crowds showed up on Thursday. I went through AT LEAST a full tank while on the strip. 500-600kms+ up and down coastal. Got damn.
By the time the weekend rolled around I had managed to pick up a nail on my front left tire. It wasn’t leaking air, so I thought its better if I just leave it alone. Pulling up to the Outkasts meet, it proved otherwise. The nail popped out. Quick call to Dan and he was there with a jack. We did need some spare wood to get the car up though. With the flat tire in hand we went to a local shop to get it patched. These two beauts were outside.
The Wagon GTG was hands down the most subdued meet of the week. It was also made up of about 90% wagons which is nice. Ussually a meet means, 10-15 apt cars then 50 random cars.
Taphouse was bangin all week. Didn’t matter the time or weather. It was packed. Im not even sure whats meets were there. We just showed up.
Governors Club meet. It was held on the morning of the actual show. Tbh, I didn’t even know it was going down, we just stopped at the convention centre because there was a pretty big crowd.
Left overs. Randoms snaps from the week.
As Gill said; we have a lot of fun at these “small” customer appreciation BBQ’s. The wide array of cars affords everyone something to love.
For me, it was this 993.
I also spent a good deal of time drooling over these 2 M cars.
Bagged widebody cars? Check.
One of the few cars that actually looks good with a big ass wing.
After Cars and Coffee and Subaru Hypermeet came the TIres23 BBQ. Year in and year out the BBQ events that local parts stores put one are my favourite. Maybe I’m just a sucker for free food. Definitely wasn’t missing the Tires23 event either. I’ve only been there 10 times or so this summer alone .
Awesome looking Prelude. Don’t see these stanced out often.
Matt recently shot this 86 for a print feature.
I see overfendered, kitted out Silvias and think, THIS IS WHATS MISSING IN MY LIFE.
Pretty sure this car won the sound off. Eardrums certainly thought so.
Thought I missed this car when he left the Subaru Hypermeet early. Luckily caught it here
Brian’s boner dissipated long enough for me to snap this pic. EF fiend.
Not much needs to be done for 1Ms to look awesome.
Previously a metallic blue. The plastidip Camo green was lookin good.
Brian, Adrian and I were off to get drinks….then some how ended up here. Not quite a day off for GT Custom. No customers, yet there are still cars in the shop.
Matt’s nearly complete turbo’d IS.
Dat JDM swag.
Helping the day go faster.
Courtesy of Life in Transit.
Need something new for next season? Here is your chance. We seem to have a set of wheels for sale…shocking.
I picked these up off their original owner recently. The wheels are in great overall shape and are still original (sticker, seals, bolts, valve stems, etc.) All the bolts, centre caps, etc. can be had new from Work if one were inclined but that would only be if you wanted to re-do them. As they are the condition is GOOD. The lips have some usual clear coat imperfections but I actually didn’t even notice until after I washed and dried them. The paint of the faces is near flawless. 2 of the rear lips have some minor curb (I can’t even call it rash), nothing some light sanding wouldn’t COMPLETELY clear up.
I would say these wheels are an 8-8.5/10
2x 18×8 et56 225/40/18 5×130
2x 18×10 et56 265/35/18 5×130
The tires have decent tread left, especially the fronts, but they are from 2002 so they are starting to crack a little. They are basically a throw in but if you are serious about buying I can have them removed.
$2600 or best reasonable offer. These wheels retail for the same cost as LMs, and from what I can gather these are harder to come by (although not harder to find parts for as Work still makes them). I am not looking for trades unless it’s something very unique. If they don’t sell I will replace my LMs with them next year.