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
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.
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
I don’t usually like to post about my own car, but Anthony encouraged me to post this photo shoot that my friend Jeff did of my car. I love Jeff’s photography; among our friends, we call him Father Jeff because he blesses you with his photography. My car isn’t anywhere
In a city where traffic is bad and roads are even worse, it’s hard to imagine that people would still want to have modified cars. One of the people who still has a modded car regardless of the crappy conditions is Dara from Long Beach. His love for VIP styling
I usually don’t get that many email submissions for a feature on this site, but when I do it’s usually something real sick like Ace’s Porsche 996. You’re probably use to seeing alot of wide body RWB builds from us, so this mild modded 911 should bring a new breathe of fresh air.
Here’s something a little different; we have a functional aspect of wheel fitment. Brendan invited me to the FSR track day,where he got the opportunity to run his car on the famous Fontana Speedway. In between runs, we decided that it would be cool to have a photo shoot at the track
I remember back then when Peter first got his car, he asked me if he should get a red or a white S2K. I told him red. Because the women flock to the red. A week later, we’re top down in his car with our tank tops and sunglasses. Summer