After 15+ years at it’s original location:
Zero Fighter is moving to a bigger location:
It’s always nice to see a company move to a bigger place, it shows that they’re doing good at what they do best. Always a good way to start the new year. I hope you guys Enjoy It! Sending you guys good fortune and new humble beginnings 🙏📿
Have Fun Y’all
For a long time I was feeling really bummed that I haven’t done anything creative, so last season, I decided it was time to change that. At the end of last season, I started to work on a new livery. I’ve made a ton of different variations, and asked for a ton of criticism from friends, and everything I’ve planned has finally come to fruition.
After about 22 hours of work over the past few weeks and a few hundred dollars, I repaired and repainted my bumper, and then I applied the new livery!
I had taken a few in progress pics, but I don’t really feel like sorting through them, so I’m just going to post this pictures of what I finished today. I have a few more stickers that need to be cut and applied, and then it will be 100% but I’m really happy with how it…
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Well, we’ve reached the fifth and final installment of the coverage for this year’s Winter Cafe. I’d like to again thank everyone who came out and I hope you all had a really good time. Having a chance to look back while posting this has been really neat for me, as I feel like I get to relive it all again without being so frantic. I’m going to be traveling again for work so I wanted to get this last post up of the event before I leave tomorrow. This post focuses on the cars that I have more of a personal connection with as far as the main focus of the site goes. Cars from Garage Work, CSG, Mak, Nakajima’s FD, TM 240, etc. The relationships I have with the people behind these builds is something I’ll always hold in high regard.
Let’s take a closer look!
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“Diligence is the mother of good fortune.”
Before I jumped into the coverage Sekinei got of this past weekend’s Skyline Owner’s Battle, I wanted to address an issue closer to home. For those that weren’t aware, our good friend Kristian had, for lack of better terms, massive engine failure this past week when he was driving home from work. I use the term massive because it basically rendered the current engine useless in it’s state. This means that in order to finish off the season, compete in Super Street’s FF Battle, and possibly the VTEC Club events that wrap up this year, he would have to give it his all to tear the engine down and replace the block.
If there ever was an example of diligence, Kristian showed it this weekend. In two days time, removing the engine, tearing it down to replace the block, reassembling all to have…
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