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Timeless Beauty | Modern Muscle.

January 10th, 2012

This datsun Z is a timeless japanese car infused with modern technology. Equipped with an engine from a Nissan Skyline, this beast is happy to ruin any unsuspecting street racer’s day.

 

Debuted in the 70s with about 151 horses.

This custom/restored Z has a bit more punch than most sports cars today.

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I LOOOVEE cars. Big ones, little ones, old ones, new ones, perfect ones, junky ones, imports, domestics, euros, so on, and so forth.

Francis’ CIVIC SI is one of few that tug at my eye muscles every time I look at it. I’m not a huge fan of over-the-top modifications on Japanese cars, but I’m in love with this thing.

From the BBS rims, to the not-so-loud but still mean exhaust, I love it. And the fully adjustable coilovers from Skunk2 gives this civic its aggressive stance.

This Civic is Francis’ baby, with over two years worth of wrench time, it looks like every turn of the socket paid off.

It’s under constant evolution, since I’ve taken its photos- it’s already undergone a wheel, brake, and suspension transplant.

Kudos on a tastefully modified car, Francis. Kudos.

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Tonight was the LA chapter of Socal Maxima’s first meet.

It took place in an empty lot in Los Angeles. Ever since I was a kid, I’ve always loved Maximas, so tonight I had a blast.

We didn’t have the biggest turn out but we still had a great time talkin’ about cars and everything else.

When I first heard that we were going to be meeting up in a parking structure, I was pretty skeptical. But after a 4 hour meet, it was great. Nobody bothered us and there’s even some great eateries downstairs.

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