It’s been a while since we checked out what life has been like on the diorama shelf and so I thought I would update you all on the comings and goings of diorama life and provide a status report summarising the hellasweetness and overall badassery of the whole thing.
so ummm, in summary I…. oh look, it’s JDM as F#&% OK!
The Nissan 180sx | 240sx | S13
First off I have to share this quick wheel swap I did on the new mainline Nissan 180sx Type X – the one with awesome GReddy racing livery all over it. I quickly threw together a set of deep dish work meister style wheels in white and added a touch of camber. Oh and I detailed the taillights. To be honest I don’t think it needs anything else done to it 🙂
This custom 180sx was soon joined by another hellasweet and well stanced 180sx. Would that make it a 360sx?
The Rest of The Japanese Custom Hot Wheels Arrive
Now before you say anything about the Porsche – it was merely passing through.
And don’t get me started on the Volkswagen Caddy. It’s the Work Wheels official delivery vehicle, it’s wearing deep dish Work Meisters AND it’s running a 4G63. Far as I’m concerned that’s more JDM than Noodles (yo)
God Zilla?! Why’d You Have To Crash The Party?
Seems word had got out that there was a hellasweet JDM meet going down on the diorama shelf because nek minit – there’s a heap of R32’s in the mix?! I’d complain but….no, no I wouldn’t!!? Anyone that would complain about an R32 has to have their head examined.
And then they started racing each other!!?!
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