Today we’re going back to where it all began and learning the single most important skill required to customise Hot Wheels and Diecast Cars – the basic wheel swap.
Do you declare your allegiance to this great nation of stance? This Hellaflush Honda S2K sure does.
Found these Enkei style wheels on a Disney Cars car of all places and after a little camber adjustment they look hellaflush on the Toyota 86 / Scion FR-S
I finally got my hands on the road trippin’ skyline R34 from Hotwheels and when I added these TE37 style mainline wheels – hellayeah!
The mainline release of the Nissan 180sx Type X is one of the nicest castings I have seen come from Hotwheels in a long time. Throw in a wheel swap using colour coded watanabe style real riders and she’s… perfect.
Another Hellaflush Honda riding my custom made deep dish Work Meister style SP1 wheels. Also there’s a ‘how to get the axle width right’ how to guide thrown in as a bonus. Hellasweet.
The Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R was released in 1973 and was dubbed the ‘Kenmeri’ after Nissan ran a marketing campaign that featured an American couple called Ken and Mary.
A couple of my favourite JDM Customs, a Fast and Furious Supra and a jet black Skyline GTR34 meeting at night.
Sometimes a simple wheel swap is all you need to turn OK in to Oh Yeah! This Shelby Cobra is one such example of this.
Made my own deep dish hellaflush wheels and thought I’d test them on this (now stanced) Datsun 510 Wagon.
This would have to be the laziest wheel swap I’ve ever done – and how good is it!