A couple of my buddies have similar taste when it comes to modding civics. Its not too often that Andy’s coupe and Joeham’s hatch are seen together so I had to jump at the chance to snap some pictures of them together. From the front end, besides the height difference, it would be hard to tell whose car is whose until you make your way around the cars. The Work RSZ-R’s and a load of JDM goodies accent the non-pink milano red paint. Lots more can be said about these cars but you’ll just have to wait for the details. Enjoy the pix!
It’s not odd on the west coast to have shows and meets like JTuned, Niesi , Eibach and Chinatown showoff, just to name a few, which display some of the hottest and cleanest rides in the scene. Out here in the northeast, you’re more likely to see only a hand full of the same quality cars at the average car show and meet here. Canibeat decided to mix it up a bit with their First Class Fitment show.
The venue they chose was at a little bit of a different location that we normally go to. A airport hanger in Princeton, NJ hosted the 75 hand picked cars for the show where judging was based on wheel fitment and stance of the car. Crazy offset wheels, stretch tires and rolled fenders were a common theme and the sound of pressurized air being released was not far behind with cars rolling on air bags to get that extra low stance.
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