Update: Philly Chris Temp Fender Work

Since he bought his aggressive Luxury Abstract wheels, we all been waiting on Philly Chris to get the body work done at Dreamakers kustoms.  There he plans to keep the factory fender body line, while making enough room to fit these bad boys but the shop has been a little busy.  Obviously, he wanted to roll on his new wheels (and also didn’t have a choice since the faces of his previous Trafficstar wheels cracked on the harsh Philly roads) so he did a fender roll pull on his quarter panels for the time being.  Thats how his fenders got chewed up/.  Other than that, the car was minty so those wrinkly panels stuck out in his mind like an elephant in the room (not a fat joke, please don’t hurt me).

Even with 4 air suspension builds and 2 audio installs at his shop Good Vibes Auto, he managed to find the time to actually do some body work to his own quarters which includes paint.  Before we could ask, he said “the car is still going to Dreamakers to get it perfected but I can’t go to the two biggest shows of the year (Black 2 this Saturday and Canibeat “first class fitment” on the 15th) with dimpled quarters.”  Talk about dedication; Doing fender work w/ paint, knowing that you are going to get it redone in 2-3 weeks.  That is serious commitment to the game and we applaud your efforts.

-AGIM JONES

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Update: Ruben’s M45 on Air

When I get a pic text from Ruben, there is a 100% probability that it will include a naked female.  He broke the statistic on Saturday when he sent some pics of his car slammed.  Ruben, one of our first members to the crew, was starting to feel the subconscious pressure of being one of the highest cars in the club.  With Black 2 less than a week away, his timing couldn’t have been any better.

His auto-leveling install was done by another white M driver, Philly Chris at Good Vibes Auto.  On his air install, he got help from Rodney.  Welcome to the slammed club. Continue reading

Update: Dave is Back

After dealing with endless headaches due to multiple bent and cracked AME rims, Dave decided to do something else.  Check out his new look on his Audi A8L.

Liberty is found in his wheel choice.  It is unique to the rest of the crew which consists of multi-piece rims.  The fitment of his Range Rover wheels as well as his new lower stance, help pull off the look flawlessly.

I think its safe to say he will make it to Black 2 with rims on this year.

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Wekfest Chicago

Martin displays his new ride hight at Wekfest Chicago thanks to his updated suspension.

Spectator upon the arrival of Martin’s GS- “use the bags, you are going to mess up your ride”

Martin- “I don’t know how” Continue reading

Update: CubanGS Exterior Refresh

CubanGS is earning the reputation around Liberty as being the west-coast Ty.  When ever you blink, he has something new done (and to a high standard).  It is getting hard to keep up with this guy while continuing to spread the love to other members on the blog but I am sure you won’t mind.

Wald exhaust tips sit in the rear while his fender vents were re-done in flat black Brabus 2010+ style

His 1st gen GS pulls off the modern Japanese vip style very well.  In fact, you can put it in the elite for that category in north america.
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Updates: Kevin’s New Suspension

Our west coast captain Kevin “FLS”, has been awaiting the arrival of a new-born as well as coilovers.  His Y34 M45 was the prototype vehicle used for the “Parts by Max” company.  Because his set is the first, it took longer to create since they had to test and develop them for the chassis.

These coilovers get the car lower while improving the ride over his past setup.  They also look like a million bucks.  Can you blame the guy for anticipating these babies more than his own?

This has to be one of the best looking parts that you will never see (if you do, the car is too high). Continue reading