Car: 2006 Subaru Impreza WRX STi
Wheels: 18×9.5 Rota Grid - Gold (5×114.3/e38/73)
Tires: Federal SS595 235/40/18
Suspension: BC BR Series Coilovers
What do you get if you combine the ever popular Subaru color combo and a classic wheel style? A timeless piece of art! We’ve had this set up on the site countless times already but the appeal never seems to go away.
Car: 2007 Mitsubishi Evo 9
Wheels: 18×9.5 Rota Grid - Flat Black (5×114.3/e20/73)
This evil looking Evo 9 stopped us in our tracks. The Flat Black Grids go well with the black color on the car as the wheels give the car an aggressive and menacing overall look!
Shoutout to SoulBridgeMedia.com for the sweet photos!
Owner: Pamela and Brian Carroll
Car: 2007 Subaru Forester XT
Wheels: Rota T2R 18×9.5 5×100 +38 Hyper Black
Tires: 245/40/18 Dunlop Sport SP600
Suspension: STI OEM Springs
Congrats to Pamela and Brian Carroll for building such a great looking Subaru! With over 290,000 members on the North American Subaru Impreza Owners Club, it’s quite an accomplishment to be voted #1 and have the title of Top Scoob!
For the moment, when you go to NASIOC.COM, you can see their vehicle featured right on the home page.
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Car: 2006 Subaru Impreza WRX STI
Wheels: 18×8.5 Rota Grid - Flat Gunmetallic (5×114.3/e44/73)
Tires: 255/35/18 Nexen N3000
Suspension: BC Racing Coilovers
Just in case you missed, we did a shoot for Zoeb’s 350Z. We were also able to do a shoot of the Subydude’s STI that morning. The car is running 18×8.5 +44 Grids in Flat Gunmetallic. Check the pictures out!
Thanks to Ryan Trinidad of 247media.org for the awesome pictures!
Owner: Gpx97 on e90post.com
Car: 2007 BMW 335i E90
Wheels: 19×8.5/10 Linea Corse LC818 - Satin Black (5×120 +30+37)
Even though Gpx97 doesn’t have much photos or information of his car, we’ll still like to showcase his car. He’s currently running the 19×8.5/10 Linea Corse LC818 in Satin Black with offets of +30 front and +37 rear. It’s a safe setup, no rub what so ever. You can bet it looks good rolling around on the streets of New Jersey.