A couple of weeks ago, MaydayGarage was on a mission across Texas to catch driver profiles of the recent Import Reactor Drift event that happened here in Houston last week. In 2 days we shot 5 cars, and 4 profiles. We had traveled to Dallas, Texas on our first day of the trek to meet up with our good friend Stewart Leask and shoot his driver profile. When we had arrived to D-town Stew asked us if we had some extra time to snap some shots his girlfriend, Aubre Houck’s car. Now, I know that there are some tuner girls out there, but, just because you are a girl doesn’t mean we will take your car lightly; all is fair in the world of tuning. Being the typical guy I assumed that Aubre’s car would be relatively mild or overly done H.I.N. style, boy was I wrong.
I am going to leave the last bit of coverage to this hella dope Lotus Elise on TE-37’s. <3
Overall I had a great time at this show, it had definitely been a while since I was engulfed by that type of energy for a tuner show. Mayday will definitely be at Wek-Fest next year, and it will be for longer than 36 hours, haha. For the rest of our Wek-Fest pictures, courtesy of Mikeyyy and I please click here. And stay tuned for our up and coming feature tomorrow by David Do.
Well, after catching a glimpse of a particular Army Green S15 that has been floating around the internet for a stint, I couldn’t put my mind to what the car reminded me of. Army green, aggressive front…hmm..then sure enough it clicked. A few years ago I had found this bad ass rendering of a Silvia S15 on Deviant Art, pretty sweet job too if I say so myself. Army Green TE-37s, aggressive stance and awesome paint with some Falken Love. I think that this rendering was an inspiration for the 2nd car below, what do you think?
The person who accomplished that S15 rendering is pretty talented, check out the rest of their work here, the handle is Nom15.