I just recently put all my ideas down on MsPaint (I know, I keep it old school) to help you guys visualize what I been seeing in my mind. You may notice some things on there that I didn’t mention. I am trying to keep you guys on your toes so expect some more secrets on the finished product that I am not showing you in this pic.
Here’s the pic I used as Reference. Shout out to Mode Parfume for the picture and dope F50.
AGI stands for Auto Glam Innovations which is my company. Come see me if you need parts or a custom kit/body work done to your ride. People ask where I get these ideas from but I can’t explain it. Creativity isn’t something you can teach. Lots of thought is put into everything from the size and proportions of parts on the car they are going on, to how well they will work with the overall flow of a car.
Liberty VIP will be at the Stanceworks meet this Sunday August first in the ANTHONY WAYNE RECREATION AREA, (exit 17 off the Palisades Parkway) to show our support. These guys admire fitment and stance and that’s the bread and butter of our style. We just have different model cars but at the end, it’s a similar passion that we share. We hope to see some clean rides out there. Don’t hesitate to come over and introduce yourself to the guys.
Paul has chosen an unlikely vehicle to style, a Lexus IS300. This model has been a hit in the tuner world since it has been released. With that said, the after-market is limited when it comes to parts that focus’ on luxury. However, he is on the right track with Universal Air Suspension and a freshly done up interior that consists of diamond stitched leathers and suede (can be seen in the “no guts, no glory” section of the blog).
I was invited to do a radio show tomorrow with Mc Slick and James from Mobile Addictions. I would like to thank those guys for the opportunity. You can listen regardless of where you are from through your iphone, blackberry or android phone using this link
You can tune in from your computer using this link
This is from 6pm-8pm eastern (3pm-5pm for my friends on the west coast) on Thursday July 29th.
I will be talking about the rise of the VIP movement on the east as well as my crew Liberty VIP. You won’t want to miss out. Get some popcorn and check out the site. Be sure to show love on the website chatroom. You can ask me anything on there (no homo) about the crew or VIP and I will be glad to answer. Hope you tune in,
I forgot to update you guys on the progress of this ride but I figured you all seen pics in the “B L A C K” recap blogs. Anyway, let me introduce you to the MVP of 2010 (IMO)
At Liberty, we like to promote complete builds. This is why we highlight individual aspects of our rides that the average person may not have noticed.
As much of a luxury good brakes can be to your safety, most people associated with this style choose to upgrade solely for the look. There is nothing like seeing a nice big caliper floating behind a wheel in motion. Considering Charlies Work SC1 wheels have lots of open space behind them, their full potential can’t be achieved without a BBK. You can’t argue that these bright red Rotora’s look at home behind these rims.
Rotora front 6 piston 2pc 355x32mm rotors
When I decided to throw “B L A C K,” I had envisioned it as a long-term project. It may take 4-5 years to reach its full potential but if it doesn’t start somewhere, it may never get to that point. The VIP car shows they throw in Japan were my inspiration. From the “King of Sedan” festival to the up and coming “Sessions Platinum”, words can’t describe how awesome these events are. Some of these guys change-up their already complete look of their cars from paint, wheels, interior, custom body work, all just to be relevant at one of these shows. Being in that parking lot would make the biggest names in the car game, feel tiny. Just watch this video, you will be in awe.
This is going to be our motivation to making “B L A C K II” twice the event the first one was. Since the scene is still very small, we need all of the enthusiasts there next year from the hardcore to the average tuners. It can be done, it just can’t be done alone. Houston, Dallas, Florida, Las Vegas, SoCal, Norcal, I want to see you all in attendance. With or without cars (preferably with). Lets do this!
Official date and location for B L A C K II will come after our next BBQ. We are going to give you guys plenty of time to plan for this event so no excuses. If you are not there, we will take it personal