Every now and then you can expect special events being hosted at Illest OC in Costa Mesa, California. Recently we hosted The Fendarolla to come roll some fenders based on appointments only. Adrian aka Fendarolla is one of Southern California’s leading fender rolling experts, and his work that day was
Wrong Fitment Crew and friends got together once again to have fun, and socialize at the traditional Santa Monica meeting spot right off the beach. Over 400 cars came to check it out this time around. I remember in the beginning of these crew meets when there were just about
When a Civic from Southern California meets a Civic from Houston, Texas. Feature: Back to Back Flushness. Filmed & Edited By: Shavi W.
Omar is living the low life in Manila. Looks like a car we’d see here in the states! There’s even Hellaflush Texas and other Fatlace stickers bombed around the car. He says a lot of people don’t get it yet in the PI, but he’s still rockin. We might have
Jonathan rolls a flush daily driven STI from NJ. These shots were taken at Skillman in Princeton NJ an old insane asylum. Wheels: rota tourque hyper black 18×9.5 +28 tires size: 225 35 18
Very rarely do you find a car which blends both function and form seamlessly. It seems that most people believe you cannot have the best of both worlds, it is something that has always divided the car community. Those who like to use their car for spirited drives and track
Huey Le has made a name for himself around the Central Florida scene & the 8th gen Civic forums as “that one guy who always has new wheels at every show” – Well after the Civic was sold – Huey picked up an S2000 and quickly did work (Mind you
[vimeo]http://www.vimeo.com/22766460[/vimeo] As this car is being sold – Me and Jordan went out to do one final farewell shoot of Brett’s Audi A4. I know I’ll miss seeing these BLQ’s blingin’ at the meets. Here’s one more and goodbye! Ravi
This white all round S15 is owned by a good mate of mine Chris. The car has quickly transformed from a decent example of how to do a S15 nicely, to one of Australia’s freshest takes on the platform.
I’m currently helping a good friend build an ultra-clean 1984 Celica Supra. I’ve been on the hunt for suspension setups and all sorts of stuff so naturally in my search I came across a couple of cool rides. These cars are pretty rare to see in any condition but trash.