HellaflushSlammed Society

Introduction To The Prelude

Heres a car I’ve always been very fond of and very happy to feature. I met the owner James Oliver a while back at Illest Los Angeles. Often James comes by to chill at our LA Boutique to hang out with the staff. When his ride is parked out front this car attracts so much attention from the locals patrons. His iPhone white Work Equips probably luring them all in , haha. Tonight when we met up a small group of people surrounded his car to take photos and even help him find a parking spot! 😛 This car is a perfect example of size & fitment. If you ever see this car in person take notice to the  wheel setup, ride height and undamaged fenders, hhaha! hey nice fenders are a rarity nowadays! Anyways Enjoy. Spec will be posted soon.


Tonights shoot was located in Downtown LA Industrial area.



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  1. 19/02/2012 at 3:38 am

    easily one of the cleanest predules I’ve seen… thanks for repping WFC!

  2. Kevin Truong
    19/02/2012 at 4:27 am

    Nice looking Prelude!

  3. 20/02/2012 at 2:00 am

    Nice! Love that last shot… sweet photos! :)

  4. pdoc
    24/02/2012 at 12:14 pm

    very nice looking prelude, would like to see some pics of the engine bay :)

  5. JP
    25/02/2012 at 7:07 am

    Car only look good because of the wheels. Nothing else! Overall is not really all that! lol

    • Cabreezy
      29/02/2012 at 3:22 pm

      @ JP go blow yourself

      This car is the definition of clean. It’s not a stupid fad car with all the stickerbomb/matte paint/roof rack you see driving around

  6. mark
    01/08/2012 at 10:49 am

    o im looking to do this to a prelude im thinkingof running a 17×9 rota grid with a +42 offset i want the look but no tons of poke is this a good setup? im gonna run the same width all around im just wondering about the offset issues?? and how exactly does the offset thing work i always assumed the higher the number the more it would poke out?? any help would be awesome