Freshly Blogged


We used to be regulars to the JZX meets for a while, but with Uni getting in the way we had to take a break. After Uni had finished we decided to go catch up with some mates and bring our own Chaser along to the meet.\r\n\r\n20111108-IMG_1502\r\n\r\nFirst of all, this may not be strictly a Chaser, but its’ 2JZ engine under the hood allows it to show its face.\r\n\r\n20111108-IMG_1528\r\n\r\nThomas, the man behind JZX NZ had his JZX90 parked up looking good. I quite like the roof racks, as it’s not an everyday see on a Chaser.\r\n\r\n20111108-IMG_1530-2\r\n\r\nAfter searching around for a while, Jarrod the other Freshly Whipper finally managed to get his own JZX100. As you can see it’s sitting pretty stock currently but he’s hoping for a new set of wheels soon to improve the look.\r\n\r\n20111108-IMG_1531\r\n\r\nThomas’s brother Tristan had his mint JZX110 on display. The car is looking great with the addition of some Work wheels to the car’s look.\r\n\r\n20111108-IMG_1562\r\n\r\nDom’s Chaser has been kitted out with a TRD kit. With the car all painted it looks great to have a different kit from the usual BN Sports style kits.\r\n\r\n20111108-IMG_1537\r\n\r\nAlthough not a Chaser, Andrew’s Levin has been worked up nicely with its custom vinyl job.\r\n\r\n20111108-IMG_1564\r\n\r\nJZX meets have no prejudice against certain brands. This Honda EG SIR cross with a Integra looked awesome. I’m surprised more people haven’t done this conversion.\r\n\r\n20111108-IMG_1578\r\n\r\nAnd then there was Jarrod’s monster ride. ‘Slider doors for all whores’. He’s balling.\r\n\r\nGood times with the JZX crew as usual.\r\n\r\nMore photos on our Facebook page as usual.\r\n\r\n-Chris

1 Comment

  1. Jarrod says:

    Yes, yes i am.

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