160 HP
161 LB-FT
Curb Weight
3053 LB
Rear Wheel Drive
Engine Size
2.4 L
Transmission Type
MPG (City/Highway)
24 MPG

This car originally started as my first car. It was only meant to get me from home, to school and to work. I had got it stock with this obnoxious set of 20” chrome wheels. I did not mind them at first. Eventually the chrome on the barrels started to peel, which would cause the tires to lose air. So after having to buy about 4 tires within two weeks, I realized it would probably be a good idea to get a new set. So I made a trip to discount tire, and picked out a cheap set of black wheels. At the time my car was gold, and I loved the look of the black wheels on the gold. So after that I felt like customizing and modding my car would be something that I would love doing. So I then bought my first exhaust (Flowmaster), then my first set of Coilovers (Megan Racing), and thought I would stop there...but damn was I wrong. I wanted to go all out with it and wanted to do as much as possible to it. I quickly realized that daily driving a slammed car was a pain in the ass, so I bought a daily driver (Toyota Corolla). Because I live in a duplex, there isn’t room for both of my cars, so I had to buy a storage unit just down the street. And that’s where I do all the work. I’ve always believed that installing all your parts yourself and making it a “DIY build” really adds more fun to it. And its cheaper that way too ;) But anyways, after I bought the Corolla, shit really hit the fan. I started buying parts as often as I could and spent all my time on it. This car has really become more than I ever thought it would, and I have made so many awesome friends and so many awesome memories because of it.

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[]Zander Millio

Such a sick build

[]Lovens Presume

Your build is goals !!

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