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Primal Instinct // Marshall’s Cayman on ADV.1

Curves. They are much more seductive than straight lines, and even more alluring to the eyes than fractal lines. Whether it’d be in two-dimensional or three-dimensional forms, curves are incredibly good-looking in most design principles. Perhaps because nature itself lends to some of the greatest curves ever existed (from earth’s curvature to seagulls’ wings). This is why designers often create …

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Showtime // Kiki’s Rocket Bunny 86 on StanceNation Work Wheels

6 August 2015. To enthusiasts residing in certain areas of the world, today (8/6/2015 in US calendar) has already been marked as another ’86’ day, in celebration to the glory of AE86/GT86 generations and often celebrated with 86 meets and trackdays. Following such tradition, we’ve prepared this special GT86 for all of you to admire. Equipped with Rocket Bunny V2 …

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From the Depths // Benny’s 435i on Rotiform

A special delivery. Ever since the 3-Series coupe was rebirthed as 4-Series, we knew that things are about to get way much more interesting. No longer would the coupe need to resemble any of the 3-Series’ looks, and no longer would it has to fill any predecessor’s shoes. Well frankly, it doesn’t have any designated predecessor anyway. The 4-Series is …

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City Cruiser // Romario’s F10 535i on AG Wheels

Boy, do I love orchestra performances. A pleasure to the ears, a calming sensation to one’s mind, and seeing musicians played the songs in harmony was also a spectacular view of its own. Managing the orchestra as a conductor is hardly an easy task, despite how natural they made it looked like; flailing flawlessly with the Baton (conductor’s stick) at …

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Growing Confidence // Andrew’s F10 535i on Vossen

Travelling in life. Recently I read an article explaining how those who travel more frequently often get better chances in life. Some partly due to the different experiences they managed to encounter in different cities; opening up their horizons to the various business opportunities out there. Others due to the diverse kinds of people they get to meet and discuss …

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New Ace // Tri’s GT86 on SSR Wheels

Hachi-Roku. Two words that won’t mean a thing to most people. Yet, it has been hailed as an icon among us car enthusiasts. Japanese for “Eight-Six”, it was a nameplate synonymous with fun-thrills and no-frills from Toyota. First introduced in 1983 as AE86, it’s seen plenty of usage in motorsport, both grassroots and pro level, thanks to the huge tuning …

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Tucked X Rolling // Terry’s Mark X on SSR

Among the 26 alphabets, the letter X is one of the most versatile one: it is usually associated with urban culture, common uses being the word x-treme and x-press. It also appears in historic archives, as Romans used it to denote the number ten, amongst the highest in status. Even if you go treasure hunting, chances are the word X …

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Happy Makeover // Porsche Cayman on ADV.1

Being a trendsetter. More often than not I’d stumble upon car enthusiasts who’re continuously reinventing their car builds over periods of time. Constantly new parts are added into the build, often replacing older ones that are starting to look outdated. Always innovating to be different, always pushing the limits of creativity. Today’s Cayman has been featured previously through this article. …

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