IT’S GETTING WORSE: The latest Kawashima Celica picMarch 29, 2012 10:06 pm
Apparently, Kawashima visited Newstyle and said that Niiyan hadn’t cut enough of the fender, and the wheel wasn’t sticking out far enough. This was the result.
For those who were asking, yes the tyre holds air and no, those aren’t custom double bead wheels, just standard Leon Hardiritt Bugels.Tags: Body Shop Newtype, Kawashima Celica
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This post was written by Alexi
THATS SO FUCKIN DAMN SUCKS MAN ! (X_X) not offset anymore but onset,, DANG ! man ,, can i upload dis celica man?? in my fb fan page ?? :-bd
“Way awesome! I myself drank like five liters of beer. Any more and I would have ended up in hospital man.”
it’s just a celica. it’s not like any of these are worth anything or better off left alone. i appreciate what this guy is doing as a type of parody of the current trends.
Why do people have no respect for cars these days?
Love it! I cannot wait to see it with the flares on! As a ZZt230 celica owner myself I can really apriciate this!!
That is epic. so crazy. definitely going to get hated on. I would love to have a conversation with the owner. he must be a dedicated car enthusiast. I haven’t been home to Japan in a decade. so much has changed in the scene.
cant wait to see he bring out street.. hehe
madness. amazing, delectable madness.
this is best car
That is just insane, didn’t think he would actually go that far. So much love/hate is gonna go around this car 😀
I bet in the next 2-5 years we’ll see shit like this all around the globe 😀
In Germany, the technical monitoring association would never allow to drive stretched tires on normal rims. But maybe with special rims.
Tbh I prefer seein that rather than these gay sticker bombed hellafail cars.
That just looks stupid. Do not want!
Madmax Celica! LOL
I appreciate the work going into it, and each to their own, but I run a little camber and some pretty heavy stretch, but I really can’t see anything good in this… Got a lot of love for some of the crazy stretch and camber cars in Japan but this Celica looks like it’s trying too hard