Custom…everywhere you look at this event. We’re going to have a look here at some of the custom paintwork and in-car entertainment setups in the next two parts of Nagoya’s custom AutoFestival.
There’s only one thing I found to my dislike about this estate (station wagon to some people) and that was the exhaust system. Should never go more than four in my opinion but saying that, you’re going to see something ridiculous beyond belief in the exhaust department lower down on this post. Everything else about this has two thumbs up from.
A little different work done on this Aristo. I’m all for originality and I like what they’ve done to this, very modern Japanese style but I’m not too keen on the colour choice of the fender flares…just looks a little out of place to me.
Own a Prius? Or even own a Prius alpha like this? Then get to work on it because, let’s face it, something needs to be desperately done to them to give it some cred. These guys did a superb job on this.
I love this Suzuki Swift. For me it’s done the way I would so want to do if I owned one. The boot space has what can/should only be done with its minimal space, fill it with sound equipment. Good choice of wheels, sweet fender design, lovely custom exhaust and all the little touches like the door mirrors, bonnet ducts and front lip and side steps.
Magnum PI style classic Italian porn in the place! “#Needsmorelow”
What do you do when you need to be a little original customizing the boot space in your car? You go with speakers, amps, monitors, LEDs oh and fountains and other water features.
Told you there was going to be something ridiculous in the exhaust department.
This bad boy Crown GRS180 was at an event I attended a couple of weeks before at Nagashima Spa Land which we did a feature on.
Now, I’m not sure what this actually is. I’ve seen a number of Nissan cars altered here in Japan. For example a Nissan Stagea with a R35 GTR front and I’m sure a lot of you are familiar with the slightly older Stagea with a R34 GTR front, but this? Obviously, as you can see, it has the R34 GTR front but as you wonder around to the side and back it doesn’t even resemble a Nissan. I have a feeling it’s a Honda HRV. If anyone can correct me on this, please do.
We will continue with the last part of this custom car event in Pt 4. See you soon.
Photos by: Giulio D’Aliesio