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Hellaflush Approved: Lance Harano’s Toyota AE86

To kick of my Hellaflush Approved posts, I have the pleasure feature Lance Harano’s Toyota AE86 gracing Hawaii’s roads on SSR XR-4s.   It epitomizes Hellaflush not only with the SSR XR-4s 175/50/15 wrapped 9″ wide fronts and 195/50/15 wrapped 10″ wide rears, but also with the overall craftsmanship.  With attention to detail and accolades to rival his orange TE27 Toyota Sprinter, this immaculate work of art has won countless best of show awards.  You can read more about Lance’s AE86 in this month’s Super Street Magazine or see it in person at tomorrow’s Wekfest Hawaii.

 

6 Responses to Hellaflush Approved: Lance Harano’s Toyota AE86

  1. Tatsuo

    love that engine bay and wheels,perfect.

  2. Reggie

    Holy!!!!

  3. Brandon E

    ae86 gots potential,love it.very nicely done.
    Oh so clean.

  4. TRD_CrazyAL

    Everything on this build is on point

  5. DJManila

    It just needs some rear fender flares to complete the look.

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