A couple of weeks ago I got a random facebook invite to check out the Negative Stance X Rubbin’ Pavements meet, held in Huntington Beach. Usually I end up driving up and down an assortment of freeways and unknown streets to make it to a good meet that meets all the essentials: good lot, well lit, good cars, won’t get busted for people driving stupidly, but to my surprise this was being held about 3 miles from my house!
This tC was definitely a highlight of the show for me, I love the look of the custom metal fenders and the paint and pin-striping was perfectly selected. I got a chance to speak with the owner for a bit and found out this was essentially the first time he had brought it out and it was unsurprisingly a huge hit.
Static Clubman Mini Cooper on ESM R56, I’ve always enjoyed how low minis like this can be driven day-to-day because of their short snouts.One of many contestants to participate in the popular ‘ice bucket challenge’ where someone gets challenged to get drenched by a bucket of icy water within 24 hours or they must donate $100 to a charity.Love all the fab work on these camber trikes and the details like the front disc brake and shock/spring setup.Perfectly fit bright gold VIP Modular VX110’s really pop on this civic. I don’t think my dishes even get this clean in my dishwasher. Once again ran into this incredibly aggressive Camry from Pure VIP Style points for color-matched gold plating on your SSR Viennas and Nardi wheel There were plenty of seriously baller LS430’s on display as well. Gonna close it out with a couple more shots of Justin’s VIP tC.