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Cake Face Z

Meet Ryan Lee, co-founder of Cake Face Clothing, a local North West lifestyle brand and an all around chill guy. A few months back, I got the chance to chill with Ryan at a local event and we got to talking about shooting some pics of his Z. The first thing I noticed about his car were the fenders kissing a mint set of Weds Kranze LXZ’s all around. I absolutely love these wheels and I’ve yet to see them fitted on too many Z’s, but I think Ryan may have changed that as they look perfect!

Overcast as usual in the North West, but we made it work.

Ryan showing love rockin’ the illest x G-Shock.

Thanks again Ryan for bringing the car out!

3 Responses to Cake Face Z

  1. Harrison Wang

    Damn an awesome set bro! Loving the pictures.

  2. hella clean I live in the NW wish my Z was that low stay static

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