From beaters to show-winners to drag cars, we don’t discriminate. So send us your submissions, but make sure to include the information below and at least one picture of your car’s exterior, interior and engine bay. Images must be in high resolution, which means at least 300 dpi. Remember, the better the photos, the greater your chance of getting your car showcased. You could also win a Mothers Car Care package by submitting your car. Don’t forget to include your address and contact info!
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Jordan Robinson’s ’88 Toyota MR2
Go-Fast Bits HKS mushroom filter, after-cat exhaust, crank pulley; Magnacor KV-85 plug wires; Kirkosaurus urethane motor mount inserts; silicone intercooler couplings; TRD short shifter; Speed Source solid brass shifter cable bushings, stainless steel clutch line; Nippon Racing 15x6.5-inch +38 wheels; Porterfield HP-R4S brake pads; stainless brake lines; High & Tight master cylinder brace, front sway bar endlinks; Prothane urethane suspension bushings; JDM TRD springs; Techno Toy Tuning front camber plates; Tokico HP shocks; TwosRUs rear heim joint tie rods; Suspension Techniques rear sway bar; Cusco rear strut tower bar; Momo Monte Carlo steering wheel.
Why You Chose This Platform I wanted something different, plus this car feels just like a go-kart. I like being the only SC AW11 around!
Numbers 147 whp and 141 wtq.
Tyler Markman’s ’89 Nissan 240SX
Go-Fast Bits Garrett GT2860RS; G Dimension steel braided turbo lines; SARD 570cc injectors; Walbro fuel pump; DGR Fabrication custom downpipe; Buddy Club 3-inch exhaust; HKS SSQV blow-off valve; Z32 MAFS; A’PEXi intake kit; GReddy FMIC; Flex Lite fans; NISMO motor mounts; Koyo radiator; Odyssey Slim Battery; Setrab oil cooler with Tomei block adapter; Jim Wolf Technology ECU; A’PEXi S-AFC; Tanabe Sustec Pro 7 coilovers; Megan Racing strut tower bars; stitch welded strut towers; Suspension Techniques sway bars; Phase 2 subframe spacers; TEIN tie rods, tie rod ends; Wicked tension rods; SPL RUCAs, traction rods, trailing rods; NISMO two-way differential; Exedy Stage 1 clutch; R33 Skyline GT-R Wheels; S5 5Lug Hubs; Falken Azenis tires; Project Kics 25mm wheel spacers; Z32 front brakes; Project Mu brake pads; SPL brake lines.
Why You Chose This Platform I lived in Japan and got into drifting and Nissans.My 240SX is meant to be a classically styled street car with respect to old-school JDM drift flavor.
Numbers 297 whp and 282 wtq.