While Kyoei was in Japan for USDM Jam, we also had the pleasure of attending the Find Rich Car Show in Hyogo, Japan at the Tajima Dome. There were 300 cars on display. Here are just a few of the pictures we took! Be sure to click on the gallery link at the bottom of the page for more pictures.
Our good friend Vellzou and his Vellfire with so much custom work done to it. He spent months to custom create his headlights. They are a work of art!
Best of Show Winner
This is our friend ＴＯＭＯ★ぴかR and her car. Not everyday that you see a female so involved in the scene with an awesome car, but she is also a mother! Talk about dedication to the game. To top it all of, her car was just on the K Car Magazine cover. Congratulations!
After hooking up with a small group of guys from Vegas we had a little 8 car caravan to San Diego. It was nice to drive with a bunch of other VIP cars since last year it was only 2 cars. It definitely made the drive more fun and our new Air Runner suspension really made the drive a lot easier than last year when our LS400 was slammed on coilovers. What else can we say about this year’s VIP Festival?!? It was AMAZING!!! The turnout was probably at least double what it was last year. AutoFashion decided to have some vendors this time which was a welcome addition to the meet. Air Runner, Work Wheels, Ings, Weds, Falkenand even Lexusshowed up with a super gangster enclosed trailer. Thanks to Autofashion for hosting great event VIP festivel.
Like the Vegas VIP meet it was great to kick it with everyone all day. Everyone we met was friendly and awesome to chill with. We can only imagine what next year’s VIP Festival will be like since this year just absolutely blew up.
Be sure to check out these videos from the meet!!!
Our good friend and customer Matt waited about 5 months to get his Work Varianza T1s wheels. The wait was worth every second after we got these bad boys mounted on the car. Next up after the holidays is coilovers so we can slam this thing. He is riding on lowering springs for the time being. Fitment is pretty much in between conservative and semi-aggressive. Matt wanted step lip so that limited the fitment to doing 9′s and 10′s for widths. Final specs ended up being 19×9 +35mm and 19×10 +35mm with 225/35/19 and 245/35/19 Vredestein tires. The finish is called Black Polish which looks killer on this Black IS250. Black Polish has a polished/machined metal finish on the face of the spokes and the inside of the spokes are gloss black. We’ll see how things look after the coilover install, but we might want to add some spacers to get the “HellaFlush” look on this IS250. Stay tuned for updates on Matt’s car!