STREET 🔥 VISUAL
Regram from @melyssagrace. Did some circle skids and cool shit, before I blew another line. Good hangs! Tandems soon
I never thought my 240 would be in magazine, especially in the condition it was last summer. But it happened. Huge thanks to @s3magazine_gregg and @s3magazine for putting it all together. Also thanks to @jayhoang and @jtenchiyb for taking the shots! Coming out swinging this year! #hotboyz #s3magazine #240sx #youmad #noshowcarhere #1jz
Here are some photos of the day of testing. We had the whole track to ourselves and the owners of the place let us stay 3 hours after they closed so we could finish what we had to do. All in all a great day!!
My boy Alex Lee testing the new drift car. Crazy to say I’ve had some awesome tandems with this guy. Stoked to see a home town hero doing it big! Also probably one of the coolest guys I know haha. Good luck Arex Ree! Kill em
Regram from @jzx81jack. Tan and Purple tandems. This is why I love driving. @driftunion @driftunionsteve
See…your first problem is you give a shit..
Qft. Also more angle brah
Of course he cares. I would totally care. I would love to have a 240 like you all do. Fuck.
Then drop a g note on a 240 brah. The drop 2g on an instant gentleman kit(or$500 on a knockoff but thats lame) and roll around at an average ride height on big wheels and care about yo ride.
I bug because the only reason this’is a struggle’ is because homie makes it a struggle. Its just a curb. Get over it, literally. Dont want to scrape your kit? Raise your shit. Gotta pay the cool tax if you wanna be legit.
#says the guy who posted a video earlier today of myself barely making It over a speedbump in mcdicks and talking about the daily struggle
…I was being sarcastic doe
A g note? C’mon. Worth a shit is easily 4. I’m not trying to buy someone’s fuck toy.
dude, if you’re paying 4k for an s-chassis it better have coils and an sr. You can pick up a stock 240 for 1-2k any day of the week, and if you’re willing to wait it out, the odd $500-$1000 one still pops up. My last hatch was $800 and was the only truely rust free 240 I’ve ever seen and was owned by an older gentleman who had it routinely serviced at nissan since new. It’s a shame it got written off but some moron in a brand new camaro.
My point was though, if you “would love to have a 240 like we all do”… Then drop a grand on a 240 like we all did, then drop a 500-5k on coils like we all did, and drop a 500-5k on wheels like we all did, then drop a 500-5k on kit like some of us do. And if you don’t want your $3500-$20,000 240 to get scratched, then keep it at stock ride height and never drive it and risk getting poked fun at by guys who spend the same amount of money and drive their cars into the ground, because driving is fun.
Garage queens are boring, a car that gets driven is going to get beat up. Buy it, build it, drive it, break it, fix it, repeat.
Or I guess Buy it built, wash it, go to car shows, repeat.
That’s fine too.
And while I’m replying to this again, that car really isn’t even that low, has poor rim choice (imho), and that rear fitment is wack for a car that ‘appears’ to be going for that stance look. Who duckbill rolls a fender for a wheel that tucks hella into the wheelwell?
Preach Cole, preach