John’s GTI: Just a little bit

Two words come in my mind when I lay eyes on John’s GTi. Clean and simple, unfortunately these are over used words. I’d say we are dealing with something much more pristine than anything. Aggressive aesthetics of this euro-tuner combined with some lovin’ from the owner makes the VW un
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Tubby’s Honda Fit

Ladies and gentlemen, I know you are tired of me saying it, but OEM+ style will never go out of fashion.
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Charle’s Civic Si

It seems that a lot of you think that Honda's glory days are over.
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More than meets the eye…

I’ll be completely honest.  I’ve been getting a little bored with the stance movement as of late.  It seems that everyone is buying the cheapest car they can find, picking up the widest wheels they see on Craiglist, screwing the thing onto the asphalt, and acting like they
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Waking the Dead Si

KameraBoy’s words With very little recognition being given to the fitment scene in Louisiana, Josue’s FG2 acts as a wake up call for those that have been sleeping for eternity, and gets the scene out the grave and into the light. Good amount of poke, and a tad bit of ̶
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Daily Driver

Mike, the owner of this 2005 Acura TL, is a cool guy.  I scheduled this shoot on the day before Thanksgiving, and it was a nasty, wet, dreary day.  Honestly, I half expected him to cancel; I figured that there was no way someone would come and stand in the cold rain while I took pictu
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Justin’s Jetta v.2

Here are a few more pictures of Justin’s Jetta from some months ago, representing Prime Auto.  One of the most liked features from the Summer. previous feature: GOOD FITMENT STILL MOVES: GEORGIA JETTA
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The Axis Powers

The first partnership of Japan and Germany was initiated with the signing of the Tripartite Pact in September 1940, creating the infamous Axis Powers.  If you were to flash forward sixty years from that point, cross over an ocean, and make your way to the inaugural SouthrnFresh Meet,
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