Ireland’s endangered species list no #34
Wettest Irish summer ever…. fuck it lets go out and play
Spotted this beast awhile back outside an off license in Naas, rocking some Rays TRD sports T3′s and a nice kit. Awesome!
I’m sure many of you have been here before.
On a drive through the land of cheese aka Michelstown Co Cork we stumbled upon this stunning Gold GTR as it pulled out of a service station and headed off down the road. Like a child over reacting we tried our hardest to track down the owner in the next 30 minutes just to have a chat with him as you don’t see these beauties very often on the roads any more due to the Irish government screwing people for Tax. After a bit of help we managed to track down the owner and have a small chat, took a photo of the car which is one of the nicest BNR32′s we’ve ever come across sitting on a set of CST Hyper wheels I haven’t seen to many pairs of over the years seen here an a very delicious offset. Always nice to be surprised by a 32 GTR, and even better when its a stunner, more on this work in progress over the coming year!
Aside from many things people and automobiles exiting the country as we talked about in a very gloomy right up during the week, its always nice to see someone come out with a truly unique project to keep things a little more positive in these strange times. This KE55 has been in the making for just over a year or so now and it was nice to wash the dust off and get it out in the open air for the night. We will have the full feature soon once the final touches are added with quite a collection of other features which we have lined up for you over the coming weeks…. stay tuned!
It doesn’t get more timeless then this, a white EK9 sitting on Desmond Regamaster EVOs. Show me this car in another 10 years and regardless of what trends are around then I’m sure it will retain the same appeal.
Reuben’s Corolla gets a late night shower.
With it already pushing towards october, 2011 will go down with many as one of the most terrible years for a summer ever. You have bad weather and an even worse state of economy nocking on your door, many people are hitting the ejecto seato left right and center but aside from all that bullshit you get a day every once in a while which makes you happy, makes you proud that your from Ireland without having to leave the countr. We all have them days, the days that you think to yourself “hey, its not such a bad place when the sun comes out”. Cruising down the N25 we were graced by the sun which as rare as it has become these days it popped out to say hello. As as a gift the sun was, a beautiful example of a ST205 was gracefully driving along next to us, It was then that I had one of those moments the moment where you smile and say fuck this can be a nice place to live one the sun comes out! The sunset against gleaming black body of the GT Four is a memory ill have for some time to come.
Everyone knows just how boring motorways can be when your trying to get from A to B, its the same thing over and over with no real entertainment. This JZX100 taxi yeah that’s right, a Toyota Chaser JZX100 was cruising just up ahead but something looked a small bit out of place so we decided to catch up and really couldn’t believe what we were seeing!
Check this snap from an old photo shoot that is a little heavy on the photoshop side, but besides that the Impreza RB320 is a very cool rare car. Built in memory of Richard Burns who was the 2001 World Rally Champion, the car boasted 320 BHP tuned by Prodrive and only 320 of these were ever made, they sold pretty quick and we managed to come across this one that was bought by an enthusiast in the south east of Ireland, there was almost over a years waiting list for the car and all 320 of them sold out pretty quick. This Impreza easily became a rare collectable alongside the 22B’s RB5′s and P1′s. A nice way to remember one of the worlds greatest rally drivers.
This Saturday will be the celebration of the Hachiroku otherwise knows as the AE86. We have been holding this car off for quite some time but are very proud to celebrate Hachiroku day with one of the nicest examples of this chassis I have ever seen. A car that you may have seen in this video, where a friend talked about the car costing almost 70k, a build where pretty much every single part of the car was replaced. Not built by a company or a garage but by a normal guy in a shed with friends who just wanted this car to be done right.. to be fully restored not to a standard factory model, instead an amazing combination of both brand new factory parts combined with incredible aftermarket goodies, to create something I’m sure you’ll be happy to see.
Stay tuned this Saturday for something special to celebrate one of the best chassis ever built.
We are always asked to get more female action up on Juicebox, at least we got sort of close on this one. A free pose from a Tracksuit under the influence of Linden Village and possibly Dutch Mold. He was more then eager to get his rear end on camera whilst licking the window in the middle of the photoshoot. This should be enough bum to tie you over until Saturday, when we showcase another very nice Volkswagen on the Juicebox in the form of Eddy’s Bagged MK4.