A friend of mine recently showed me a photo of someone who is trying to fit 19×14″ wheels underneath the rear of a Scion FR-S. Doing so requires, over fenders, stretched rubber, and negative camber well into the double digits.
My first response to this photo was ‘why so extreme?’, and the second was that I’ve been neglecting a category that is the complete opposite of shock value fitment for far too long.
Today I breathe life back into the Fat And Flush category, and give props to those who made little to no compromises in regards to wheel fitment, tire fitment, and wheel gap. The three pillars of modern day stance.
Got cars I should include in part 2 of this post? Let me know in the comments below!
This is my kind of look – those Subarus make me drool a little every time I see them. I don’t know about the Camaro though; I like it, I just can’t see myself owning it like I could all the other cars. If it had lower profile tires on larger wheels, I’d probly be all over it.
what about some battle ready cars, you know street race cars that are function over form. Besides that great site
A lot of the cars in the above post are street cars, but I’m sure I can work a few more into the content around here