I expect to be doing a lot more video work. I've been wanting to do this for a long time, and now I have some equipment I want. I've even recently upgraded to a 500gb HDD for my computer, so I also have the room to stick all these videos.
My boring, mostly stock car.
AJ's clean example of an NSX
GT Motoring's new GTR. Only 73 miles on it. I must say though, I'm not as impressed with it as I would have thought. It's too... boring and large for me. Yeah it's fast and all, but something about it just doesn't sit with me. I'd rather have an older R34/33/32 over this, or even a 911 or something. I don't know, its too much Nissan for that price, doesn't have enough exotic car in it for me.
GTM Evo X. I'm fairly sure it's a time attack car, but I honestly don't know. Looks cool though. Not as ugly as the STi is.
Josh's S13 again
Another GTM time attack car.
Chob's S14. I guess all the cool kids run with no hoods
Anyway, work is boring, so I thought I'd update you guys with what I did today.
I can't wait until I get some money for wheels and a real suspension setup. I'm looking into some RPF1's in 16x8 +38. This car has them in the rear, and 16x7 +43 in the front. I'm thinking 16x8 all around and a small 5mm or 10mm spacer in the rear. Still have to actually measure, but I'm lazy and RPF1's are kinda boring...
"The concept for Hollister was built around a fictional background story. The story claims J.M. Hollister founded the company in 1022 as a “Pacific merchant in SoCal.” On its website, the company defines itself as “Inspired by the sun-drenched spirit of California, and the surf and soul of the Pacific Ocean, Hollister is a laid-back, aspirational lifestyle destination.” In reality, it was launched in 2000 out of Columbus, Ohio by Abercrombie & Fitch, which was struggling at the time to reach a younger customer."