Rollin’: Jimmy/G50 Q45

As I was going through my phone deleting pics to free up space, I found a few gems worth sharing.  Check out Jimmy from VA rolling in his static G50 Q45.

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Autofashion VIP Festival 2011 Pt. 2

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In the first part of the coverage, i left you with some shots from the BP VIP caravan meet. There were many great builds ranging from Simple VIP to ONI Camber, from cars equipped with adjustable air suspension to those static on coilovers! Personally what comes next has to be my favorite part of any day and i only wish more of my friends and fellow enthusiast could participate….. here are the pics and videos from the cruise!

LIBERTY VIP

picture courtesy of Kevin

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Autofashion VIP Festival 2011 Pt. 1

On November 6, 2011 Autofashion held their 5th annual VIP Festival in San Diego, CA. For those of you not familiar with Autofashion they are one of the top VIP accessory/ modification shops on the west coast. With that said, this makes their VIP Festival the place to be every year for all your VIP and VIP styled inspiration and motivation.

West Coast LIBERTY VIP started the day out early by gathering up with a few other local crews for a pre-event meet/ caravan from LA to SD. Among those crews were the very known BIP VIP, whom organized the caravan, as well as Royal Flush, whom had cars present at SEMA.

 

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Rollin”: CubanGS

From all the pics and videos floating around on CubanGS’ ride, it looks like he shut down that AF meet.  When you roll this gangster, it comes with the territory.  Check out a few sick videos we got for you guys

Pic credit: Tanner Nichol

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Rollin: Travis Y33 Q45

I bet Travis didn’t realize I was taking pics of his car while driving to the side of it.  Camera phone pictures suck.  I am not going to say they don’t but the unexpected pics “keep it real.”

 Since he got the car in July, his quest to get closer to the earth has never ended.  It started with Insurance coilovers (that came with the Q when he bought it).  At its lowest height, it still had a big gap in the front.  He then added UAS bags over them, to get it even lower while adding the fun factor and functionality of bags.  Even then, the nose of the car at its lowest height, sat where he was planning to drive it at.  The front was then modified at Good Vibes Auto, to lay lower.  He’s a happy camper now but his tires are not, sitting on -8* of rear camber. Thats pretty extreme for a newbie who just got in the game a couple months ago.

You will see more of this car (legit pictures too.)

-AGIM JONES

Rollin’: PhillyGS

Check out a few more rolling pictures of Philly’s GS.

Pic Credits: Jerry Ngyuen

We have a lot of heat coming up this week.  We will double up on the blogs every day to make up for the lack of posts these past couple of weeks.  Stay tuned.

-AGIM JONES