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Throwback Thursday - Zoeb’s E92 335i on Satin Black LC818 wheels

Throwback Thursday - VIP’s 335i on Linea Corse Dynas

Throwback Thursday - Daniel’s WRX and Pakman’s E90

Kenneth’s 328i on Hyper Silver Linea Corse LC818’s

Throwback Thursday - Zoeb’s E92 335i on Satin Black LC818 wheels

Owner: Zoeb
Car: BMW 335i E92
Wheels: 19×8.5/10 Linea Corse LC818 - Satin Black (5×120 +30+37)
Tires: 245/35/19 (front), 275/30/19 (rear)

Throwback from early 2010. Just in case you didn’t know, this was Zoeb’s old car. He had it for quite some time before trading it in for his current whip, the aspen white E92 M3.

More pictures here.

Throwback Thursday - VIP’s 335i on Linea Corse Dynas

Sick car, perfect location and awesome photos. These photos were taken in November of 2009. It’s been a long time since the Linea Corse Dyna’s debut but it still looks so fresh! Moving on to the photos.



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Throwback Thursday - Daniel’s WRX and Pakman’s E90

Since this is our first time to make a Throwback Thursday post, we’re giving you a double treat!

Let’s start this off with Daniel’s WRX on Gold 18×9.5 5×100 +38 Rota Grids. This car was definitely one of the best looking Bugeyes!

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Up next, we have Pakman’s E90 330i running the Linea Corse Dyna with a staggered set up. These are Polished Dynas 19×8.5 +30 up front, and 19×10 +37 at the rear. His wheels were wrapped in Nitto Invo 235/35/19F, 275/30/19R. Back then, Pakman was usually the first person to get new wheels whenever they first came out(aside from Zoeb). Pakman loved this set up and it actually stayed on his car for longer than a month.

This is just our first Throwback Thursday post and this will be a regular thing on our site. Stay tuned!

Kenneth’s 328i on Hyper Silver Linea Corse LC818’s

Owner: Kenneth
Car: 2007 BMW 328i E90
Wheels: 19×8.5/10 Linea Corse LC818 - Hyper Silver (5×120 +30+37/72.6)
Tires: 235/35/19 Front; 265/30/19 Rear
Suspension: Eibach Sport Springs

This is what we call a gentleman’s car. It does not need bright colors, a loud exhaust, nor useless modifications to get noticed. It makes its presence felt by its quality and class. This is Kenneth’s E90.