Only a few years ago having a vehicle equipped with air suspension was seen as a luxury, however times have changed dramatically. Bags have become so common that to see cars that are static has become a rarity. We have concluded that it takes a special type of breed to have a vehicle this low and keep it static. This is exactly what Phil, the owner of the vehicle, is. Phil’s prior builds have all been European he owned a mk6 Jetta which had extensive work and was also driven with static suspension. More recently he drove an e36 M3 which was extremely tasteful, although his is when he made the switch to air-ride. He grew bored of the apparent ease that comes with driving a vehicle with air suspension and itched for something to slam and keep static.
It was then that he made the switch to the vehicle you see before you. “I copped it simply because crazy camber and Japanese cars isn’t something I had done before. Figured I’d give it a try.” The crazy ride height comes courtesy of GodSpeed Coilovers, however the crazy camber comes courtesy of Dumspville who’s specialty is fabricating arms and modifying vehicles to obtain this type of stance. The cherry on top is the wheel selection which seems to work perfectly with the look the car. Phil decided to go with a set of Desmond Verse wheels in 18x10 specs with -15 and -25 offsets.
While Phil has kept the inside of the vehicle pretty basic. He has only gotten around to installing Clazzio seats with half lace covers, but we know changes are coming. When asked about the future of the car, he hints at a full color change, full interior change, Ulterior Motive flares, and new headlights and taillights.
“Shoutout to my fam at Violent Clique, Fear of Dying and EATASSBOYZ for all their support throughout all of my builds.”