One of my all time favorite Japanese cars is the Lexus SC300/400 or in Japan it would be the Toyota Soarer. The sleek long body style combined with the awesome lines of the car made me fall in love with this car. This long Lexus gets even better when it’s
In the north side of Japan, there lies a group of friends who are inspired by the U.S. clean and simple look of modifying cars. They are the Lowballers Japan and they roll around in their city with cars that would fit so well in the United States. When I
I wish I had finished editing these photos when Young’s car still looked like this, but time management has always been a problem in my life. So, we’re going to be doing a throwback of Young Choi’s IS300 wagon. One of the few sick looking IS300s we have here over
Another Slammed Sunday has passed, here are the photos from this wonderful Sunday. Unfortunately, we were only able to have one side of the lot this time. It made the lot look kind of bare. Thanks everyone for understanding! Bagged E60 on Leon Hardiritt Waffes. Everyone who attended the meet
With the opening of Illest Orange County, we decided that it was time Illest started to have car meets at the store. Illest Orange County had the combination of a large parking lot and plenty of street parking, so it was easy for us to hold a large car meet.
Everyone remembers their first car, even if it was beat up or a hand me down. The first car is the key to unlocking the wonderful journeys of this world. Your first car is the threshold from asking your mom to give you a ride to being free and just
Another day in paradise…summer is here and the car shows are starting to roll in. I would say Southern California is the mecca of the car scene and this week, we were blessed with Wekfest LA. It was held in the beautiful city of Long Beach at the historic Queen
Everything in life is a learning process. When getting into a hobby, one does not automatically know what they are doing from the get go. It takes time, patience, and a lot of internet haters to form your own style. It took two years for John Tran to figure out