Here we have another example of the car that I own, a Toyota Mark X GRX120. This one is decked out in a one-off kit consisting of front and rear bumpers, side skirts, over fenders, LEDs in the front and back bumper, custom blue paint job, nice one-off exhaust system, long and wide bonnet ducts, aftermarket LED tail lights and some fat rims. If there was anything that I would do different, it would be adding a boot spoiler and maybe a different choice of wheels.
Something else by this company was this Celsior, again fully custom bodywork and interior. All one-off stuff going on here with the bonnet ducts, front and rear bumper, over fenders, LEDs, the lovely red interior, boot interior, wheels and art work even inside the petrol flap.
A couple of garages brought some Lexus…or is it Lexi, with them. All demonstrating their custom bits n pieces from tail lights to lighting up the interior and from little bodywork mods to full blown one-off kits.
Executive sounds for the executive car.
This one made an appearance at Nagoya Autotrend event earlier this year. We did a couple of posts on this event but this car wasn’t in among the pics. I liked it apart from the rear wing….looked a bit too……..homemade.
No, she did screw her ankle up. There were a hoard of sweaty looking photographers all huddled up in a group trying to position this model into the pose they wanted. It involved a bit of touching from the photographers which she didn’t look too pleased to be having the cheeky little fondle here and there from these guys. They could’ve just asked her or demonstrated….
When you own a VIP wagon like these things there’s no end to the custom work that can be done. This, along with the pink one next to it were gone to town on with dress-up parts such as fender flares, wheels, interior and gullwing doors, paint job and in-car entertainment system.
K-cars are no exception when it comes to customizing. Big bumpers, lowered, LEDs, big sound systems and body and interior custom work all make for this Japanese styling. It’s just a shame that the engines are so small.
And then we have the sportier end of the k-car. These things a lightweight as it is but some guys strip them out and stick what ever will fit inside the claustrophobic engine bay to give it some get up n go.
I especially like these Honda S660’s. Little 2 seater mid engine rear wheel drive just begging for a little bit of action once the engine has been tweaked a little.
Photos by: Giulio D’Aliesio