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Mitsubishi Mirage Project, Part 2

Dropping Our Project Mirage, Eibach-Style

Bryn MacKinnon
Sep 1, 1999
Photographer: Matthew Pearson

Meet Lance, our Project Mirage. He likes long walks in the forest, soft love songs, and blowing past unsuspecting bystanders on the street. But like any red-blooded stud of a car, he wants to improve his look whenever he can. Looking in the mirror, he can tell that something isn't quite right; he could use a change of profile. Enter Eibach springs, Inky, Blinky, Pinky, and Clyde. They're ready for the job. They've been specially designed for just such a task. And what's the point of lowering your stance if your shoes don't go with your new style? Exactly. So Kosoku and Yokohama teamed up to create footwear that stands up to Lance's altered appearance.

Follow along as the experts at Savas Tires & Wheels help Lance achieve a new style.

Sources

Eibach Springs
Corona, CA 92879
800-507-2338
www.eibach.com
Savas Tires & Wheels
Bell, CA
Kosoku Sports
Torrance, CA
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