Sup nigglets!? I know it’s been a while, but I live in Canada, where cool cars die for six months during the winter. Thankfully that time is slowly (really fucking slowly) coming to an end, and it’s almost time to revive the car from it’s long, cold, hiatus. Last night my dude Liam came over and helped me tune the new wheels onto the car.
We played with the coilovers, and alignment to get the car to sit how we wanted. Unfortunately my poor choice of tire sizes means the car is not drivable until I get new ones, but this was to get the gist of how the car would sit, and to get me excited to drive it again. It worked. I can’t wait to fucking hang out with my friends and drive around this Spring/Summer. I’ll leave you guys with a few pictures of the car. Just some teasers. Hang in there!!!
Oh and Liam + Shank + Coilover = Good.
One of the drawbacks of owning a white car is that it gets dirty super quick. I don’t wash it as often as I should, so as soon as the water hits the car you see the paint become a couple shades lighter. Once I have accomplished that beautiful shine that only coin washes are capable of, I drive home feeling like the fucking man. By the time I get home the car looks as if it’s never been washed. Hurts my feelings. =/
So I’ve finally come to the point in my “build” where I’m satisfied with my car, and can look at it and say “Damn… That thing’s dope, and I started from scratch” I know, I know, It’s not a crazy build, which is why I can’t help but put the word “Build” in quotes. I’ve seen countless threads of others doing super dope shit to their cars, Immaculate engine bays, full wire tucks, insane wheel setups, a zillion horse powders, and just some insane things that I have nothing but respect for. The time, patience, money, and knowledge that goes into these builds is superb.