does a car-crazy radio DJ do when he is done building
one of the most complete drift vehicles west of Japan?
I mean, what do you get yourself after having acquired
one of the most tricked out and fully spec’d Nissan
S13’s in the country? Well, you buy yourself an
S14 of course, that’s just logical.
But no ordinary S14 would do, not at all. In no way was
‘D’ going to drop any level from his customising
elevation. Not even a lateral move was an option. It was
higher up or nothing at all. This left only one car worth
acquiring...an S14 that already had 5 years worth of super-grade
drift heritage instilled into its DNA.
This particular S14 came out at a time when drift and
all things associated with it was rather foreign to most
of us. In its strides toward forging into the unknown,
and under conceptualisation of its previous owner, it
pioneered much ground towards ‘what worked’
and ‘what did not’ in the drift world. This
meant that it had, over much time, received some of the
best drift mods available on our planet.
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