Oh, sorry. I’m gonna fix this real fast
The event will end at 11th August, 11:59 PM (MYT GMT +8), so if you still want to join the event, please act quickly. Thanks.
Hey, my name is Mike and i am from Ontario, this is my Auxuras ETL Spec-V that i bought 6 months ago and i did a little modification, well it does cost a fortune but a man dreams is what it’s isn’t it?
This was my first Auxuras, i used to own several Maesima and Tanaka and did not have any experience on owning a luxury car, so you may consider this as my most expensive purchase ever. The reason why i bought the ETL Spec-V was because it’s quite rare in Canada, it’s cheaper than a M3 or C63 AMG by only a few grand so i think people rather buy them instead of this. And not to say the ETL is larger than them.
The original colour was white in colour and it look rather mundane so i thought of wrapping it in matte grey. I have also stance my car a little and my wife isn’t really happy about it, whenever she sits on my car my ear drum will definitely going to explode because of her nagging. sigh
I have also changed my exhaust and this was the best decision of my life, the car sounds so amazing but it cost me roughly $2000 and yes my wife isn’t happy about it too. giggle
Otherwise, most of my car are in stock condition. I really do recommend this car, it’s definitely very underrated and overall i am really very happy about my purchase. How can you go wrong with a 500bhp car with 4 doors am i right?
Since there are complains that some entries aren’t possible due to the forums having a server error, the show will end on 11:59 PM (MYT +8 GMT) on 12th August instead.
On the penultimate day, a Lolvo FH16 shows up to the meet, hauling an unmarked white trailer…
This isn’t just any stock FH16 though…
This truck has received some aftermarket goodies courtesy of @Fletchyboy100’s FB Truck Products, including front and rear lightbars, aux lights, antennas, horns, and fancy new chrome wheels. Performance is kept the same however, with a 16-litre inline-6 producing 750 hp and 3550 Nm of torque powering the massive chonker.
But I know you all are eager to see what’s lurking inside the mysterious white trailer…
Since its inception, Poolstar has never forgotten its roots in high-quality, high-performance cars, and with the Poolstar X, it’s pushing it into the future. Poolstar X is where world-class engineering and high-grade components meet uncompromised design. Every detail and each and every part is there for a reason. Powered by a hybrid powertrain comprising of a twincharged inline-4 and an additional electric motor per wheel, Poolstar X definitely has the go to match the show, making upwards of 800 hp and 1000 Nm of torque.
However, make no mistake. Poolstar X is not a concept car. It’s a commitment car. A declaration of where we plan to go and what we plan to do. Watch this space.
Eh, nice lineup, but since there’s the yada yada legal jumberino issues, actual brands are not allowed nor recommended in the scene.
oops, i’ll fix that right up. as long as it doesn’t use the actual name it’s fine, right?
Sorry to nitpick, but “リゴア” is actually pronounced “ri-go-a”, as in “rigor”. The pronounciation “ri-go-ré” would be translated into “リゴレ” or “リゴレー” depending on if the last “e” is emphasized.
That aside, those photoshops are unparalleled, and the designs are nothing to turn one’s nose up at either!
An expected sight at many car meets: a replica of an Agile & Angry star car, in this case the 1992 Cascadia Hariken ST seen in the first movie. These early 2000’s custom cars may be tacky these days but they’re part of an important milestone in the history of the car customisation scene.
Yakaza Azure Track Tune
Some guy pulled up with an Azure with some racing bits on it, is it an actual track car? Who knows.
This post will be updated at a later post.
EDIT IN PROGRESS
Try using a image hosting site like Imgur. Since the Automation forums has some limits when it comes to uploading pictures.
Yep I am in the process of something similar
Here is a 2002 Charge Ferndale C5 Sporting. The car was named after the town in Washington Charge was founded in, and was their most luxurious model of the time. Most models were 4 doors. The Sporting was the only 2 door trim. it used the same 5.1l V8 as the 4 doors, however it was tuned up to make 264BHP, making it the fastest ferndale by far. the power went to the rear wheels through a 5 speed advanced auto gearbox. Being a luxury car at heart, it had a high end CD player however it did use sport interior. This model is extremely rare, as only just over 2000 were built and around 1500 are still on the road.
Here is a 1982 Yotata Shuto Fazer project 170. It is one of only 2 project 170 cars. in the early 80s, the Shuto saloon, which was designed to be a high end family car, was mainly selling to richer people or couples with no children as it was powerful and smooth, so a completely new car called the “Shuto” Fazer was introduced to sell to those clients. Most models were the 3.0 i6 or the 4.0 v8. A rarer 2.5T boxer 4 was introduced with the ZXR-T package, however even that is more common than the project 170. It uses a twin turbo version of the 4.0 V8 making a 245BHP. it also received aerodynamic wheel covers, lower suspension and only one mirror. This made the project 170 very fast, with the aim of being able to hit 170MHP. the car succeded, becoming one of the fastest japanese cars of the time. It didnt go into mass production due to fuel economy issues, returning only 15mpg.
This is a 1989 Krieger LMR. It is an uprated version of the OMW Roadster P, built by an external company for official use. It used a highly tuned version of the twin turbo 2.3L V6 found in the Higher end turbo Roadsters, pushing 210BHP. It wasnt only the engine that was upgraded though, the LMR received a closer-ratio 5 speed manual with a gearerd LSD, bucket seats, an optional roll cage (this model has it fitted), wide sports tyres (265s in the rear) and a huge spoiler giving almost 200KG of downforce in a road car. Most of these were sold to racing teams who used them at many sports car racing events. With a sub 6 second 0-60 and able to pull over 1.2G on both 20 and 200m corners, it was certainly quick around the track. It was still relatively well equipped, with a middle of the road cassette player and a sports interior. this wasnt the most extreme model, so it kept some of the creature comforts. This car is rare but not unfindable, however nice models can sell for almost $150,000.
Arriving after the Lolvo, the FB Trucks fleet show up,
A 2002 SCV Athena (Lorry) and a 2008 Aanholt Utile V6 (van), both with extensive modifications.
The truck features a hibar, with lightboard and dual spots and beacons,
Grille mounted double burners,
Bakbar with 2 worklights,
Low mount, with 4 spots and 2 fog lamps.
Step bar with 3 LEDs.
The van feature a full set of beacons and strobes,
Air bag suspension,
Grille bar with 3 LEDs,
Custom, vented bonnet,
Rear window sticker,
Both vehicles are showcase vehicles from the 2008 show fleet.
"Somewhere out there"
As the event was coming to it's end, two cars came out of the hiding, an orange retro supercar and a blue classic sports car. One a "modest" V8 sports car, the other a soon-to-be released super car, both of which are Bradford/RetroniX. Both were on their way to the spot to have a "little chat".
Collectively, the two cars had 20 cylinders worth of raw noise. Both car attracted some attention due to their outrageous styling and awe-inspiring aura.
As the duo slowed to enter the parking lot, they took their time looking for a spot where they can both park next to each other. After sometime finding the right spot, the orange RetroniX parked in first, following slowly the blue-teal Bradford.