300C's get a bad rap because bad rappers often throw large, narrow, chrome wheels under them at stock height and call it a day. Put in the right hands however the 300C can be a very fine looking luxury sedan.
Amrit recently sent in a few photo of his bagged 300 sitting on 21x11 and 21x12.5 Avant Garde f440 wheels and I've got to say there isn't much I would have done different if it were mine.
As fall 2012 came to a close, Brad Dale began prepping his car for winter in Toronto. As the months got colder, a thought began to snowball in his head.
After scraping around all summer static on HSD coil overs he decided to take the plunge into air ride.
I posted a before and after comparison of this Icelandic 924 turbo on the Fan Page and a few people (somewhat predictably) declared it a Photoshop.
About an hour later I followed up with another photo and still people questioned whether or not the car was real or a manipulation of pixels.
In November a gentleman named Rob sent me an email asking if I had any more photos of his beloved Purple Pontiac known as the Tomahawk, and without hesitation I replied 'yes'.
I've been a big fan of the car since my first encounter with it at Performance World in 2011 and when I saw it again at the at the Fleetwood Country Cruize In free of stanchions I made sure to take several photos.
Sometime in May I tweeted a photo of my Canon on a tripod in front of my car and @ClintJollyGreen was one of the first to ask when those photos would be posted.
My car isn't exactly top priority around here so my reply was simply "soon".
About a year ago a post title with a Dexter influenced title 'Body Dump' showcased a hot rod flatz black, bodied, 400hp, s10 I spotted on s10 forum.
Last week the owner Erik came across the post, and emailed asking if I would be interested in running a quick update on the truck.
Shortly after Importfest --where he won both Stretch & Pokes' aggressive fitment category and the best assisted Stance award sponsored by Stance Is Everything-- Ryan asked if I would be interested in shooting his car for a feature on Stretch & Poke.
Dave (at Stretch & Poke) and myself have been looking for a way to collaborate for a little bit now and this was really the perfect opportunity.
Given their small size and unique look Mini's have always been one of those vehicles that don't need a whole lot of modifications to stand out.
A set of wheels, a bit (or a lot) of low, and keeping the shiny side shiny is more often than not all that needs to be done.