This will be part one of the first batch of pics. I’ll probably end up with about 4 parts. I have over 300 hundered pics to go over but should have them all up by the end of the week. Once again it was a great show and the Simply Clean crew did a great job keeping everything organized.
This 370z look clean black on black with the volks. I love how these nissans look. I have the 350z on my list of possible cars for my track build.
I’ve seen this evo at a ton of shows over the years and in Deltona quite a bit. I don’t know the owner but it’s a clean build looks good on ccw’s.
For some reason I really liked this crz. You wouldn’t think that baby blue and purple would go together but it looked good.
MK3 Jetta’s were well represented at the show. Most sitting on CCW’s. This was another clean example. Matter fact I would say a large majority of the cars were on a variation of CCW wheels. Since there made in Daytona I guess those of us in central florida have easy access.
Love this Datsun 240. It’s a great build that doesn’t look like any short cuts were taking. I have more pics of it in the Street Kingz show post.
I’m not a huge fan of EG civics being stanced out but this one looked pretty cool. Gotta love work wheels regardless.
Enjuku FRS ready for the Track… All business.
Did I mention there was a lot of MK3 jettas. This was another extremely clean example.
Back when I had my Honda Fit I met Jerome. The definitive car enthusiast this is his clean MK3. It was pretty beat when I saw pics of it when he picked it up. He’s done a ton of work on it and it shows. The paint is sick has a purplish tint to it which you can see a little bit of in the pic. After speaking to him he told me he still has his Fit (Which is slammed to the ground) and he daily’s it.
Layed out s2k. Not my cup of tea. I’d prefer it ready to hit the track but it looks good and those Work Equips look sick.
Rev Works FR-S. Pretty sure this could handle some track duty
Serrot Built civic. This build has been around for a while but still looks clean and well put together. Randy (Serrot Built) knows his stuff. Back when I had my EJ civic he helped me get it going after I did an LS swap with my boy MJ. I later realized I used to hang with his brother back in the day when he had a turbo’d red civic, we would hit the street races. Good times.