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    Random observation: At the ripe young age of 22 you've already owned two of the most iconic cars in the "tuner" scene: A Skyline & a Supra. Keep on doing your thing man!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OSSHWA View Post
    Random observation: At the ripe young age of 22 you've already owned two of the most iconic cars in the "tuner" scene: A Skyline & a Supra. Keep on doing your thing man!
    Thanks man, I've been very blessed!





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    Did a bit of "sprucing up" to the old girl. I painted the calipers (atleast 25 ft improvement on 60-0 stopping distance), resprayed the faded wiper arms and the turn signals/markers crossed over to the dark side for enhanced "sleekness", not to mention I hate amber lights.

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    looks so good man
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    Looking good as always man. I recently painted my calipers too, although noone would ever notice being as I painted them black....lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by irishguy0224 View Post
    looks so good man
    Thanks man!

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    Looking good as always man. I recently painted my calipers too, although noone would ever notice being as I painted them black....lol.
    A true enthusiast will notice!
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    I had the spark plug cover off the replace one of the ignition coil plug clips so I figured I'd give it a respray.


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    Just picked up a Nikon D3300, here are some of my first shots with it.

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    nice and clean
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    Beautiful shots man! Really love the two shots with the chain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OSSHWA View Post
    Beautiful shots man! Really love the two shots with the chain.
    Thanks big homie!
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    Loving this camera so far!







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    looking good as always!
    Wish the JZA80s weren't so ungodly overpriced back here in the states
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    another Subaru some day.
    Though I'm not too fond of new Subaru owners recently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuhRohh View Post
    looking good as always!
    Wish the JZA80s weren't so ungodly overpriced back here in the states
    Supply & demand! Cars like JZA80 Supra's & FD RX-7's will continue to hold their value (if not increase in value) as long as people still seek them out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OSSHWA View Post
    Supply & demand! Cars like JZA80 Supra's & FD RX-7's will continue to hold their value (if not increase in value) as long as people still seek them out.
    Very true.
    I just hope the demand of the JZX100 are low when they're legal unlike the Supra so I can afford one lmao
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    another Subaru some day.
    Though I'm not too fond of new Subaru owners recently.

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    How a Supra should be done. No crazy power numbers. No massive camber. a clean DD. Great job man. And that automated front spoiler. OMG that looks great.
    Sig coming soon...

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadow1 View Post
    How a Supra should be done. No crazy power numbers. No massive camber. a clean DD. Great job man. And that automated front spoiler. OMG that looks great.
    Agreed. This Supra has a very timeless look. Subtle, well thought out details are what make a difference on a car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OSSHWA View Post
    Agreed. This Supra has a very timeless look. Subtle, well thought out details are what make a difference on a car.
    Yep. It's clean. It's simple. I'm sure he might do some more power later down the road but i doubt it'll be made into a dyno/trailer queen like the others. It's the same I'd do to an R34 or R32. No crazy numbers. BPU. Some nice wheels. Suspension. Done.
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    Thanks for all the love gents!
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