And so it begins – coverage of Sunday School 2015!
The guys over at ill.motion once again put together an incredible show! It was a great day and Sunday School is definitely one of my favourite events each year. The weather was pretty much perfect (a couple of degrees cooler would have helped but hey, I’ll take heat over rain or snow), the cars were amazing, and as always it was a great chance to see friends and catch up. Thank you to ill.motion for organizing the event and as always, giving to a good cause. This year the funds raised will be donated to the Calgary Humane Society!
Now that the show has passed, the late nights getting cars ready have been traded for late nights going through photos and getting them edited for posting. Along with my coverage here I have some photos that will be going up on ill.motion, so be sure to check the site as those, and photos from others, are posted. There are a lot of photos to go through but I’ll try to get everything up as soon as I can, as I also have some from this week’s Cars and Coffee which are rather special that I want to get to. A Porsche 918 made an appearance and just like the LaFerrari from a few weeks ago drew quite a crowd. Now I just need to see a P1 in person and I’ll have seen all three!
Before getting to the photos today, I want to say thank you again to everybody that joined and represented ThreeTwenty. Having 16 cars last year was impressive enough in my opinion but this year that number grew to 21! 25 was the actual number of expected vehicles but unfortunately a few had to cancel due to mechanical issues, not being finished on time, etc. Just like last year I’ll be reserving a post to highlight the vehicles from our group but I plan on using that to wrap up the coverage this year, instead of starting with it like I did last year.
And speaking of starting coverage, let’s begin!
The final photo I posted from Sunday School 2014 was of Reggie’s FR-S, and it so happens that the first photo for this year’s is of his car as well. It looks substantially different now though, to the point where it’d be easy to think it was a different car.
Providing a bit of contrast to the FR-S was Dicken’s Varis-kitted EVO, almost completely devoid of decals.
With HIN having just taken place, a few trophies from the show could be found displayed on cars at Sunday School. This FR-S managed to receive one, so congrats to the owner on that. Since the trophies didn’t list categories and I wasn’t at the show, I’m afraid I can’t say what the individual cars won though (except for one, more on that later).
Richard’s orange Mustang is a car I only first encountered at Driven this year, so I didn’t know too much about it. Reading through the information he had on display, I learned that he and his dad built the entire car themselves, and even did the paint. Nice job you guys!
This Integra looked pretty nice. I have a shot of it from the front in my set of photos for ill.motion.
It’s hard to see in the photo, but the ‘black’ mirror caps, lip, and front bumper trim on this Mk6 are actually carbon fiber.
The photo unfortunately wasn’t the clearest but I still wanted to post this wrapped scooby. The red accents under the hood work rather well with the exterior colour I think.
This 240 really caught my eye for its relatively stock appearance. I’m a big fan of the aggressive aero and fitment often seen on these cars of course but this is proof that they still look great with a more subtle approach.
It was nice to see Colin’s bagged GLI out again. The last time I saw it was at Driven this year.
Another Colin with a bagged car – this time the white MS3.
I remember running into this S15 at Cars and Coffee recently, but the hood was closed then. This time around it was open, showing off a Toyota heart transplant! I definitely was not expecting that. Also, in the background here you can spot a few cars from our group – the Camaro and Evos.
I’ve always liked the R34 sedans, and a couple were at the show. This black example looked super clean, lowered on some XT7s. Don’t worry though, coupe fans; there are photos of those coming too!
Car Shop Glow lights truly are impressive pieces. These headlights were fitted, to the STI hatch that came in from Vancouver, just in time for the show.
And wrapping up today’s post is a shot of this Audi R8 from the Haute AG group. Be sure to check back for the rest of the coverage here, and also head over to ill.motion to see more photos there! There’s still a lot to come.